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Also called gravity hill, this natural phenomenon plays tricks on the eyes into thinking slopes are downhill when they are, in reality, uphill

1. Magnetic Hill

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Constructed in the 16th century,
it features a gilded copper Shakyamuni Buddha statue and offers stunning views of Indus Valley

2. Shey Monastery

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The salt lake is located at Southern Ladakh's Rupshu plateau. It is also called white lake for its salt deposits from the water

3. Tso Kar Lake

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With a backdrop of snow-tipped mountains and turquoise rivers, Zanskar valley is almost a postcard. It also features tough treks

4. Zanskar Valley

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In 1981, this high altitude national park was established. It is known as the world's snow leopard capital due to its high density of the cats

5. Hemis National Park

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Build by Japanese and Ladakh Buddhists, this stunning white domed monument has religious significance and was built to promote peace

6. Shanti Stupa

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This semi-arid valley with jagged peaks separates Ladakh from Karakoram mountains and Siachen glacier, making it a treat for adventure lovers

7. Nubra Valley

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Its crystal blue waters are home to migratory birds, making it a photographer's delight. It lies between India and Tibet

8. Pangong Lake

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As it is the highest motorable pass in the world, the Khardung La Pass attracts bikers and photographers from across the globe

8. Khardung La Pass

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