Colombo in Sri Lanka is the "must-photo" travel destination of 2019

Colombo in Sri Lanka is the "must-photo" travel destination of 2019 mentioned in a new study.

Research into more than 1.3 million posts on social media showed that the Asian city is the location that travelers want to photograph the most, followed by Yokohama in Japan and the Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda.

The island of Harris in Scotland also makes the list – it comes as tenth – along with Baden-Baden in the Black Forest of Germany (fourth).

The capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo, is depicted as the 'must-photograph destination'. in 2019 in a new study

The second & # 39; must-photograph & # 39; destination is the city of Yokohama, south of Tokyo. It was one of the first Japanese ports that were open to foreign trade

Two gorillas embrace in the Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. The park, in Uganda, is the third "must-photograph" place on the list

On behalf of Huawei to celebrate the launch of its new P Smart 2019 device, the survey showed that the rest of the top ten ranking consists of Old San Juan in Puerto Rico (fifth), Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe (sixth) , Kartarpur in Pakistan (seventh), Wadi Rum in Jordan (eighth) and Icy Strait Point in Alaska (ninth).

Meanwhile, the study also discovered a newly found appetite among young Britons for lesser-known destinations.

Slightly less than half of 18 to 25 year olds are now looking for places that their friends have not been to, with more than a third saying they want to be the first to find new travel hotspots, take the picture and put it online.

The mantra of & # 39; if it is not social, has not happened & # 39; is very lively, 16 percent of young people decide on locations that are the most & # 39; Instagrambaar & # 39; are in planning their travels.

Fourth is the German spa town of Baden Baden, pictured in the Black Forest, which is close to the border with France

Old San Juan in Puerto Rico, pictured, is the oldest settlement on the list. It was fifth on the list & # 39; must photograph & # 39;

The mighty Victoria waterfalls on the Zambezi river in Zimbabwe, close to the border with Zambia. It claims the sixth place on the list

Seventh place on the & # 39; must-photograph & # 39; list is Kartarpur in Pakistan, where the first Sikh commune was located

Mobile phones are also perfect travel companions, two thirds (66 percent) claim to be the ultimate travel need.

Justin Costello, Marketing Director of Huawei, UK and Ireland, said: It is interesting to see that Gen Z likes to explore the world and explore the world by following their own path – making their experiences with friends in this new & # 39; have to share with friends & # 39; shoot "destinations on social media.

Being able to stay connected, wherever you are in the world, and being able to capture on scale, colors and beauty of these fantastic locations so that you can share your most important life experiences through the power of photography, will always be important for those who have the & # 39; explorer & # 39; -bug firmly packed. & # 39;

Long battery life and a good camera are important features that 18- to 25-year-olds demand when traveling from their mobile phone.

Wadi Rum, a protected wilderness wilderness in southern Jordan, is number eight on the list of "must-photograph" places

In the ninth place stands Icy Strait Point, a nice stop for scenic cruises in Alaska. It is a private tourist destination just outside the small village of Hoonah

Rounding out the top ten list is the island of Harris in Scotland, pictured. It is known for its sandy beaches such as the beach of Luskentyre, on the photo

But Britons are not all desperate to get away.

Despite having more than half of the travel microbate, 40 percent claim that they are proud of their environment with more than a third, and that they recommend their local areas as a good location to visit.

Social media are just as important at home as one in ten that claims the most & # 39; Instagrammable & # 39; to know places, and 38 percent of Britons say there are hidden local gems in their area.

In honor of the launch of the new P Smart 2019, Huawei gives a lucky user of social media the chance to win a trip around the world, taking each of the top ten & # 39; must photograph & # 39; visit for 2019.

To get in, upload a photo of a local hidden gem to Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #HuaweiOnTour.


1. Colombo, Sri Lanka

2. Yokohama, Japan

3. Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Uganda

4. Baden-Baden, Germany

5. Old San Juan, Puerto Rico

6. Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

7. Kartarpur, Narowal District, Pakistan

8. Wadi Rum, National Park, Jordan

9. Icy Strait Point (Hoonah), USA (Alaska)

10. Isle of Harris, Scotland

Source: Huawei

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