Top 100 destinations for 2010

Kiwi Collection has released its first-ever Top 100 Destinations list. It was compiled from their website analytics and showcases the most popular hotel and resort destinations from a combination of consumer reservations and research browsing. Perhaps unsurprisingly trendy destinations such as Paris, Dubai, London, Florence, Milan, Rome, Barcelona, and Venice snapped up top spots with ease. Meanwhile Turks and Caicos has risen dramatically, becoming the number one Caribbean hotspot, and the 2010 Winter Olympics have apparently paid off for Vancouver, Canada, acquiring the number seven spot. Asia’s popularity continues to grow, claiming four of their top ten spots, and with Koh Samui overtaking Phuket as the leading luxury beach resort
destination in Thailand. The small country town of Lithgow, Australia made the 21st position due to a strong, targeted campaign by Emirates’ new Wolgan Valley Resort.

Here’s the full list of the top 100 destinations:

1. New York
2. Dubai
3. London
4. Paris
5. Singapore
6. Bangkok
7. Vancouver
8. Hong Kong S.A.R.
9. Florence
10. Koh Samui
11. Milan
12. Phuket
13. Beverly Hills
14. Rome
15. Providenciales
16. Marrakech
17. Barcelona
18. Venice
19. Buenos Aires
20. Las Vegas
21. Lithgow
22. Shanghai
23. Baie Lounge
24. Beijing
25. Nairobi
26. San Francisco
27. Chicago
28. Municipio de Comala
29. Miami
30. Istanbul
31. Cape Town
32. Hua Hin
33. Miami Beach
34. Tokyo
35. Cannes
36. Sydney
37. San Diego
38. Mexico City
39. Elounda
40. Solidariadad
41. Washington
42. Amsterdam
43. Ubud
44. Playa del Carmen
45. Punta Cana
46. New Delhi
47. Mumbai
48. Macau, S.A.R.
49. Berlin
50. Madrid
51. Athens
52. Boston
53. Nusa Dua
54. Prague
55. Vilamoura
56. Melbourne
57. Sao Paulo
58. Lisbon
59. Scottsdale
60. Udaipur
61. Bora Bora
62. Rio de Janeiro
63. San Jose del Cabo
64. Chiang Mai
65. South Beach
66. Santa Monica
67. Sabi Sand Reserve
68. Antigua
69. Montego Bay
70. Seminyak Beach
71. West Hollywood
72. Krabi
73. San Miguel de Allende
74. Geneva
75. Uluwatu
76. Jimbaran
77. Toronto
78. Masai Mara Reserve
79. Lech -Arlberg
80. Vienna
81. Hvar
82. Abu Dhabi
83. Great Barrier Reef
84. Soufriere
85. Stockholm
86. Cabo San Lucas
87. Montreal
88. San Pedro de Atacama
89. Cusco
90. Madikwe Game Reserve
91. Sunny Isles Beach
92. St. Moritz
93. Kuala Lumpur
94. Grumeti Reserves
95. Jakarta
96. Jaipur
97. Seville
98. New Orleans
99. Negril
100. Hoi An

Comments (8)

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  1. Emily M says:

    A long list of lovely places, if only I could visit them all (just to make sure they should be on the list ha ha!)

  2. Matt Falcus says:

    I’ve already done 26 places on that list. Do I need to do them again? Tempted ;-)

  3. Emily M says:

    Well I’ve had to count now – 17 – not bad but still lots to see… now where’s my passport…

  4. irene says:

    ok 37 and counting with a few more on the cards for this year plenty more places to see my wish list continues to grow.

    i’m curious now about lithgow.

  5. Emily M says:

    Wow Irene you’ll have to start compiling your 2011 list! Happy travelling :)

  6. Linda says:

    Top 100 destinations for 2010 is an awesome article!! Guess you need to start a list of 2011 Top destinations! Bora Bora and Paris are already on my list to travel in 2011~ Thank you for sharing!

  7. Aurora says:

    I’m lagging behind at 14 but it’s great to see some of my favourites on the list.

  8. irene says:

    emily i am forever compiling lists of places to visit and the list never seems to get any shorter have to say i love travelling just wish as with most of us that i could do more!

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