Travel Channel's New Series "Top of the World" Spotlights Stunning Places and Experiences

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13 November 2017
Top of the World
The glorious view from atop Ireland’s Cliffs of Moher / Courtesy of Travel Channel
"Top of the World"
Premieres Sunday, November 19 at 11 PM ET/PT on Travel Channel
          Travel Channel’s new series, “Top of the World,” uncovers the unusual stories behind gorgeous, epic and top-of-the-world locations that celebrate the pristine beauty of their unique views. Each of the five one-hour episodes, including “Hawaii” and “Alaska,” features multiple knockout views from the iconic to the remote. Additional episodes such as “Mega Rides” and “Top of the World,” will showcase numerous locales with immersive thrilling experiences and once-in-a-lifetime panoramic vistas.
          The premiere episode shows a bird’s eye view from some of the world’s most breathtaking vantage points. In just one hour enjoy the heavenly sights of Cambodia at the world’s largest religious monument, Angkor Wat, hop aboard Norway’s historic Flam Railway for the coolest views of fjords rising from the Norwegian Sea, look down through the clouds at the world below from Tianmen Mountain Skywalk in China, and your Irish eyes will be smiling at the site from the Cliffs of Moher.
Top of the World
Top of the World:  Hawaii / Courtesy of Travel Channel
Upcoming episodes include:
 “Top of the World: Alaska” 
Sunday, Nov. 26 at 11 PM ET/PT
From a mountain cabin in the middle of a glacier to one-of-a-kind crystal blue ice caves, the most unusual vantage points in Alaska's untamed wilderness are revealed.
Sunday, December 3 at 11 PM ET/PT
From the top of the Aloha Tower to the bottom of Molokini Crater, the very best views on Hawaii's eight islands of paradise are explored.
“Exotic Hideaways”
Sunday, December 10 at 11 PM ET/PT
Guests relax their minds and bodies as they soak in the views at some of the most exotic hotels on the planet, including a Greek hotel with panoramic views of volcanoes and a tropical resort offering treetop dining in Thailand.

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