6 Amazing Places To Travel — And See Pink!

The world of fashion has been in love with the colour pink for some time (and so have I)! Top of the wishlist: This leather pouch, so pretty right?! Alexa Chung gets it. Stepping away from products and onto places, here are 6 amazing places to travel and see pink! One of them is in my backyard (Australia)… Whatttt!

Travel: Takinoue Park JapanTakinoue Town, Japan

The pink moss-like cherry blossoms, also known as Shibazakura paint the hillside overlooking Takinoue town. The best time to visit is between May and June when the flowers are in full bloom.

 

Travel: Lake Hillier AustraliaLake Hillier, Australia

Lake Hillier is a pink-colored lake on Middle Island, the largest of the islands and islets that make up the Recherche Archipelago, Western Australia. It’s about 600 metres long and is surrounded by a rim of sand and eucalyptus trees. It’s still a mystery as to why the lake is pink but scientists speculate that it comes from a dye created by bacteria that lives in the salt crusts. Bacteria, doesn’t sound so safe right? But surprisingly it is! It’s totally fine for us humans to take a dip.





 

Travel: Marrakech, MoroccoMarrakech, Morocco

Painted in an enchanting salmon pink, Marrakech is fondly referred to as the ‘Rose City’ or ‘Red City’ by thousands of cultural pilgrims. The jewel of Morocco, or ‘Al Hamra’ in local parlance, tantalizes its visitors with a mix of bohemian high culture and the rural earthiness of the villages. Sitting at the foot of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, and filled with an abundance of the colour pink also is ‘The Valley of Roses’, about six hours drive south-east of Marrakech.

 

Travel: Lake Retba SenegalLake Retba, Senegal

In north-west Africa you’ll find this strawberry milkshake-like lake, or Lac Rose as it’s known by the locals since the language spoken there is French. It’s high salt concentration allows people to float easily and plenty of workers collect the salt daily to mainly be used to preserve fish. Its colour is most visible during dry season (November-June) and less during rainy season (July-October).

 

Travel: Osaka, JapanOsaka, Japan

Springtime in Japan looks like a pastel coloured dream with over 5000 cherry trees in full bloom. Hanami, the Japanese traditional custom of enjoying the transient beauty of flowers, celebrate the beauty of the cherry blossom and is best viewed around early April.

 

Travel: Santorini, Greece Santorini, Greece

White-washed houses and blue domes on cliff tops fill your mind when you think of Santorini but escape to Oia and stay at the most delicious bubble-gum pink bioclimatic cave house villa. It’s built into the volcanic rock of Santorini, overlooking the Caldera, and has been beautifully decorated by its owner, Maria, a Greek sculptor and painter.

Which are you most eager to travel and see with your own eyes? Let us know in the comments below!

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  • I love this post! I want to visit them all! But Japan would be a must for me when the cherry blossoms are out. x
    Oh Mr, Bear

    • TheLoveAssembly

      How amazing are these places! Thanks for your comment, Chalsie 🙂 Oh when you do tick it off your travel bucket list make sure you share your photos! I’m sure you would capture it nicely. Ax

  • This post has seriously brightened up my day! I could stare at that Marrakech photo for days. x

    • TheLoveAssembly

      My dreams will be in a pink colour palette tonight! 🙂 Glad it brightened up your day, Soph! And thanks for your comment! Ax

  • Maria

    If you want to sell your celine trio in powder,so i am intrested!
    Mariadekman@hotmail.com

    • Maria

      Sorry,but i just wanted to ask becuse it is so hard to find! And then your blog come up on google. I understand that you want the perfect bag for yourself!
      Thanks
      Maria

  • RachelKara_SweetBirdofYouth

    Such a good post. I only want to see pink now. xxx

    • TheLoveAssembly

      Thanks Rach! More than ever before, me too! Ax

  • Letitia Elizabeth

    I love pink and I love to travel so, really, I love this post.

    • TheLoveAssembly

      Thanks Letitia! Travel and pink, the unexpected go so well together. 🙂 Ax

  • Love your different posts !
    I’m a pink addict 😉
    xx
    http://www.artemis-leblog.blogspot.fr

    • TheLoveAssembly

      Thanks Art! Glad you love it 🙂 Ax

  • Laura

    I had no idea that Greece had pink buildings like that! I would most like to see that lovely pink lake in Senegal!

    • TheLoveAssembly

      They’re rare – but oh so pretty right?! Lake Senegal, great choice! Ax

  • Maria

    Please , can i get a answer?

  • mj_wanderlust

    Love!

  • Nicole

    I didn’t know there was a pink-colored lake located here in Australia. I want to travel to these places! I love this blog by the way, and you Aubrey! 🙂 Are you a filipina?

    • TheLoveAssembly

      How pretty is it?! It’s like a strawberry milkshake! Oh thankyou – glad you love TLA! Yes my background is Filipino 🙂

  • Michelle Begg

    I love pink, so much so that I had a pale ice pink wedding dress. I’d love to see the cherry blossom in Japan.

    • TheLoveAssembly

      Beautiful… I would also love to see the cherry blossoms in full bloom in Japan! As well as the rest of these incredible places

  • Stunning. Are these your pictures?

    • TheLoveAssembly

      Hi Stephanie, thanks for your comment! These photos, as above, were all sourced from Pinterest. Ax

  • cherokee

    you should include The Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo!

    • TheLoveAssembly

      Thanks for the tip Cherokee! I’ll definitely look into it! 🙂

  • Very clever post! Love Japan, just came back from there and saw the Autumn leaves, maybe interesting for a “Red” or “Orange” post 🙂

  • Melissa

    What a great way to show all the beauty that surrounds us in this world! Love the post and my favorite pic is from Morocco.

    xo, Melissa

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  • Cam Cope

    Love that you’ve made a colour into a travel post! Nice idea. I heard about Lake Retba when I was in Senegal but sadly didn’t get to visit. Keep up the good work 😉

  • Colour themed travels? I’m sold! All of these places look gorgeous. I’d especially love to see the blossom in Japan – so pretty.

  • Oh, wow. I’ve never seen a travel post that incorporates color. All of them looks so beautiful + pink is beautiful. I’m adding all these to my travel list!

    Love, Richel. | Richel Goes Places

  • Ooty Tour Packages

    Wow. I love pink all time.