1. Oia, SantoriniBeautiful Oia is world famous for its sunsets, which seem tinted with every shade of an artist’s palette. Of course the scenic is amazing: small white houses with blue domes carved into the mountain are gazing the Aegean sea. Be quick, and catch up a good seat as many tourists will be around you to enjoy the same view.
Coconut trees, Turquoise water, White sandy beaches and Bungalows. If that sounds like your kind of paradise, you’ll love the Maldives. The island chain in the Indian Ocean is home to spellbinding sunsets. The colors will make you feel like you’re honeymooning inside a Monet painting. It's definitely blessed with the most magnificent sunsets.
3. The Grand CanyonBreathtaking. It simply blows your mind. Get lost to its view as light reflects off layers of geological strata, revealing every hue of red and orange imaginable.
4. Cambodia Angkor Wat is a temple complex in Cambodia and the largest religious monument in the world. Built back in the 12th century it is a masterpiece which can travel you back in time while you enjoy the sunset and the temples that start to sparkle.
Beat the crowds by heading elsewhere. At the Pre Rup and East Mebon sites, the darker stonework turns fiery-red at sunset.
Or else go to Bagan,
an ancient city located in the Mandalay Region of Burma (Myanmar) is also an equally great sunset attraction where you can rent an air balloon and take amazing shots of the temples coloured by the sunset.
6. EgyptAnother great choice to combine ancient monuments with a wonderful sunset is Egypt. Take pictures playing with the black shapes/figures of huge pyramids and camels.
7. Taj Mahal, India
The Taj is exquisite. Some people really love the grandeur of the marble. Some admire the scale and the skilled execution. Some like the romance of it. Do the dawn visit and enjoy it bathing in the colours of orange hue
8. Lofoten, NorwayThe Norwegian archipelago may seem like a terrible spot to catch a sunset. From May to July, the sun doesn’t go down. In the winter, it never comes up. But the months in between are what make Lofoten dazzling. That’s when the sun dips below the horizon, but doesn’t sink far enough to darken the sky. The result? A hypnotizing, eight-hour lightshow.
9. Masai Mara,Kenya
Stunning! Easily one of the best spots in the world to watch the sun set with breathtaking colour and drama.
Sunset on safari is a must-see sight, and the Masai Mara nature reserve in Kenya is one of the most magical places to enjoy it. The sun’s rays begin to cool as it sinks beneath the horizon, immersing the land and wildlife in a rusty orange light.