Have you ever wondered what makes a place famous? Obviously, the answer is point of interest. Famous landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower in Paris or the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro. Natural beauty such as the Jungfrau region in the Swiss Alps or the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Not to mention places of historic and architectural significance, from the Tower of London to the Empire State Building in New York.
However, there are some places that are famous for very strange reasons. One American town turned into a dog once its grocery store was burned down, and the Alleys of England became a prankster’s ass.
An “undiscovered” Pacific island and a growing Australian peak. Some of these places you may not want to visit, and others may prove a bit difficult unless you venture into the online world. They’re all famous for very strange reasons
You’ll certainly need military precision to avoid causing an explosion at this Korean golf course. Camp Bonifas is no ordinary course, in fact it has been deemed the most dangerous golf course in the world. The par 3, one hole golf course is on the edge of the United Nations Command Post, 500 meters from the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea.
Surrounding the course you will find land mines, barbed wire and an empty machine gun nest. Stray shots have been known to have exploded a land mine. Little hope of retrieving your golf balls on this course.
Surprisingly, up to 1000 tourists a day visit the unique course for the ultimate adrenaline filled round.