Most Spiritual Places to Visit in the World You Wouldn't Want to Miss

 Priya Ghatol
  Oct 11, 2017

Some of the most spiritual places in the world have nothing to do with religion or religious monuments. These are places where you can literally feel the energy throbbing around you, where a divine peace steals over you. You want to sit and meditate on nothing and just sit there for as long as possible. Here’s a list of the top spiritual places in the world for you. Do try to visit at least some of them – they’ll change you in ways you cannot imagine yet.

1. The Niah Caves, Malaysia

The Niah Caves, Malaysia

Malaysia, the land of natural wonders is home to a magnificent, incredibly-complex limestone cave system - the Niah Caves. There is fossil evidence indicating human presence dating 40,000 years before now. What makes these caves so magical and spiritual is the deep, peaceful sound that it emanates much like a muted Buddhist chant. Niah Caves is one of the most spiritual places to visit in the world so grab your Malaysia visa now!

2. Rila, Bulgaria

Rila, Bulgaria

The Rila mountain range is one of the known energy centers of our world. The area is strewn with magnificent lakes, trees and greenery. Sensitive people swear to the powerful vibe they feel when they meditate in these mountains. We heartily recommend that you include Rila into your list of spiritual travel destinations.

3. Machu Picchu, Peru

Machu Picchu, Peru

Machu Pichu is located high in the Andes, where it is ideally placed to gather energy. Sit anywhere in Machu Pichu and let the spiritual energy and beauty of the place take over your senses. It’s one of those places to travel that makes saints out of sinners.

4. San Juan Capistrano, California

San Juan Capistrano, California

The San Juan chapel was built by one of the oldest Spanish missions sent to California. It’s a peaceful and beautiful chapel, filled with awe-inspiring spiritual energy that any seeker of peace will love. It’s one of the most spiritual places to visit in the world, so go ahead, get your US visa and make your travel plans now.

5. Socotra, Africa

Socotra, Africa

Socotra is a divine archipelago comprising of four islands in the Indian Ocean. The landscape and the wildlife of Socotra are so otherworldly, you might wonder if you’re still on planet Earth. In fact, Socotra is home to several species of plant and wildlife that aren’t found anywhere else. The islands of Socotra are connected by a deep spiritual energy that is very conducive to some soul-level spiritual meditation.

6. Mount Kailash, Tibet

Mount Kailash, Tibet

Kailash is a beautiful, mostly snow-capped peak in the Himalayas, which is said to be the home of Lord Shiva and his consort. Both Hindus and Buddhists believe that the peak is one of the main energy centers of this world. If you are able to, climb this peak and spend some quality time near the immensely peaceful Lake Manasasarovar, one of the purest places still left on earth.

7. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Singapore

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Singapore

This temple has the most incredible tranquil atmosphere. As you immerse yourself in the soulful Buddhist chants and the rhythmic beats of the gong, you’ll experience the kind of spiritual energy seldom found elsewhere. Apply for your Singapore visa today and visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple in time for New Year’s Eve.

8. Mount Shasta, California

Mount Shasta, California

Mount Shasta is believed to possess the power to heal and revitalize tired souls and rejuvenate tiring energies. Those who visit Mount Shasta remark on how remarkably lithe and energized they feel. It’s more than just the endorphins from the climb. It’s the sheer, intense spiritual energy that Mount Shasta exudes.

9. Swaminarayan Mandir, Toronto

Swaminarayan Mandir, Toronto

This temple is a poem that’s come to life in lovely Turkish limestone and Italian marble. It was built in strict accordance with ancient Hindu laws pertaining to temple construction. What’s truly marvelous about this place is the serenity you feel within. Time to apply for that Canada visa, huh?

10. The Plateau Uluru

The Plateau Uluru

Uluru is Australia’s spiritual center. It’s a hollow plateau, and according to the indigenous people, a great source of energy, which they call Tiukurpa (Dreamtime). Some of the caves in Uluru have stories from Dreamtime etched on their walls. The tribal people believe that when anyone goes for a walk around the plateau, he or she experiences divine visions. We don’t know about this, but what we can tell from experience is that Uluru has a deeply impressive spiritual feel about it.

11. The Easter Island

The Easter Island

Easter Island is one of the world’s most isolated places, and is populated by huge statues that no one knows who made. The incomplete statues, the 53 stone houses in the village minus doors and windows and the large circular stone supposed to bear the mysteries of the world – the Navel of the World – all of these make Easter Island a place of mystery. When you stand there, you’ll realize you’re in the midpoint of a huge collection of spiritual energy.

12. Stonehenge, England

Stonehenge, England

Stonehenge is the world’s most famous megalithic monument; huge vertical stones have been set up in a circle that might indicate an astrological formation, but the world is not yet sure. The idea is that Stonehenge was used for sun worship by the ancients. What’s undeniable is the collection of energy here – even the least sensitive observers feel it.

13. The Bosnian Pyramids

The Bosnian Pyramids

These pyramids date back to before 12,350 years, even before the Neolithic era. Three rooms and a blue lake have been found under the pyramids. What’s strange is that this underground lake has no fungi, algae or bacteria – not even mud! This lake is now celebrated for its healing properties. Talk about spiritual places!

14. Belintash, Bulgaria

Belintash, Bulgaria

Belintash is a sanctuary that forms one of three points of energy in Bulgaria, creating a strong energy zone in Europe. Take a spiritual journey to this rocky plateau, and you’ll feel an upsurge of spiritual energy flooding through you.

Conclusion

Our world is still a largely a mystery to us. It is populated by strange, mysterious places that pulse with a deep energy one can only define as spiritual. We still don’t know why this is, or what made it this way. All we know that is that these powerful energies work their healing magic on our bodies, minds and souls. That’s good enough for us.

Most Spiritual Places to Visit in the World You Wouldn't Want to Miss

Priya Ghatol

Priya is an avid travel writer who specializes in adventurous travel writing. Her blogs and articles give deep insight about various tourist places and act as a perfect travel guide for someone who is traveling to a place for the first time. Priya has exemplary research, writing, and editing skills which make her easily match the reader’s intellect and interest. She has blogged extensively about her travel experience while traveling to several places like Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Europe, Dubai, USA, Canada, etc.

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