Pantone's release of their pick for colour of year for 2018 is ultra violet. The striking colour will slowly see its way through all things decor, stationery, home interiors and every instagrammable object you could imagine! Luckily for us, our main interest is travel planning.

So we searched far and wide, and picked our top list of locations around the globe where we think may have potentially inspired Pantone's decision.

1. Wanaka Lavendar Farms, NZ

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Source: DanielTranPhotography

Beautiful New Zealand is home to much of nature's beauty, and these lavendar farms are no exception. Roam around in these gorgeous endless fields of purple dreams!

2. Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

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The modern business capital of the South is home to a fantastic man made park, known as Gardens by the Bay. The super structures known as Super Trees are lit a brilliant violet at night time.

3. Takinoue Park Shibazakura Festival, Japan

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Source: fastjapan

The Japanese hills transform into shibazakura, similar to moss-like cherry blossoms. The festival is held during Spring, and is a must-see if you're in planning a trip to Hokkaido, Japan.

4. Aurora Borealis, Stockholm, Sweden

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The Northern Lights need no introduction, but of course must be included in any traveller's guide! Those who chase the Northern Lights can see a beauty that cannot be explained in anyway but magical! Add this to your itinerary now.

5. Antelope Canyon, United States

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See a whole range of colours from reds to purples, as light reaches through these monsoon water shaped formations. The spectacular natural sight is a sacred landmark for the Navajo tribes based in Arizona.

Have you seen a Pantone Colour of the Year 2018 inspired destination recently? Share your experiences below, and help us grow the TravelMustard travel guides!