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Is this sentence correct:



"My TOP DESTINATIONS to travel are Sydney and Hong Kong."

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Christine ChristieMy TOP DESTINATIONS to travel are Sydney and Hong Kong.

Omit "to travel". By definition a destination is the end of a trip.

CJ

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That's fine in casual speech, but "to travel" is used wrong, or at least awkwardly. You can't travel a destination—you travel "to" it—but people (not me) often lazily drop the second of two identical words in such sentences. Changing as little as possible: "My TOP DESTINATIONS to travel to are Sydney and Hong Kong." Also, I would say that in writing I would hope I would notice the slight redundancy in "destination" and "travel to" and make it maybe "My top places to travel to are Sydney and Hong Kong."

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