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Top 3 most disgusting tourist destinations in the world

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Have you ever imagined yourself going out of your way just to see a bunch chewed gum stuck on walls? Or have you ever thought of skinny dipping in a pool of sake with a bunch of other people of all ages and size? Each one of us has probably had more than a hundred yuck-exuding experiences but there are things, such as these, that people actually pay for.

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span style="line-height: 1.22;">MUNTINLUPA, PHILIPPINES (Catholic Online) - With some help from Fox News, here are the World's Most Disgusting Tourist Destinations (top 3):

1: The Market Theater Gum Wall


This jaw-dropping local landmark in downtown Seattle has attracted thousands of tourists because of its amazingly gross facade. Used chewing gum have covered the walls of the alley. Funny enough, some parts have been found to be several inches thick. Some visitors make art out of the gum, by means you can only imagine. It became more famous after Jennifer Aniston filmed a scene at the Gum Wall, for the movie "Love Happens" in 2008.

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2: Hakone Kowakien Yunessun

This resort in Kanagawa, Japan is consisted of a water amusement park, several kinds of hot springs, and a very relaxing spa. You will certainly enjoy this place, if you do not mind touching other people's skin in a very crowded pool watered with sake, green tea, miso soup, red wine and coffee. The liquids in the pools are believed to have rejuvenating effects for the body, which is why people go crazy about getting booked for this Japanese tourist destination.

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3: Berkeley Pit, Butte, Montana 

Beautiful and deadly - this is the best way to describe the magnificent artificial lake of the Berkeley Pit. The lake was never intended to be there, but on 1982 when the mindless mining in the area has ceased, ground water started to bubble up. With it came the toxic minerals and heavy metals that have threatened the lives of the people living nearby. The lake has already killed 342 snow geese who had the misfortune of landing on the wrong site.

You don't need to be an adrenaline junkie to visit these places. What you need to pack up with you is a lot of courage, plastic bags (in case you need to puke) and a lot of fun company to make sure you enjoy each visit.

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