What’s top of your travel bucket list?

Would you prefer a trip to the Taj Mahal or to splash some cash in Las Vegas?

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TV celebrities are always skipping off to exotic places in the name of entertainment.

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Professor Brian Cox’s new series Forces of Nature (tonight, 9pm, BBC1) is basically a round-the-world trip via the great plains of the Serengeti, the volcanoes of Indonesia, the precipitous cliffs in Nepal, the humpback whales of the Caribbean and the Northern Lights of the Arctic.

Meanwhile, Ray Mears is off to Wild France (8pm, ITV1), having only just finished his Wild Australia series.

If a TV executive called you up tomorrow with a golden ticket, where would you go – Kyoto? The Great Wall of China? On safari?

After much debate, we’ve come up our travel bucket list and we’d like to know which of the trips below tops yours…

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(And if your first choice isn’t there, let us know where you’d rather go in the comments box below.)

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