This is one of those seeds that you spawn in a seemingly boring forest, but if you walk around just a little bit you find amazing things. The amazing things on this biome happen to be in the form of rare biomes such as a mesa, bryce, and swampland M. It all begins when you walk straight forward from the spawn.
This seed starts you next to large mountains covered in gravel. As you cross over the mountains, you’ll come to a large section of ice plains spikes, and to top it all off, between the two biomes you can find a dungeon underground.
The gravel mountains will be to your right when you spawn, but before you take off to explore, mark your spawn point so you can find it easily later. (And mark the direction you were facing when you spawned.) This will help with navigation to get to some of the other features later.
This seed has a desert village, a savanna village with a blacksmith, and a semi-hard-to-get-to mineshaft all near each other and the spawn. I found the abandoned mineshaft through a glitch, which means there’s no cave leading to it. Finding it may be difficult, but it’s worth it. The other structures on this seed mean there are plenty of things to keep you busy until you want to attempt it too.
This seed spawns you in an area with three big biomes, mega taiga, jungle, and extreme hills, and they’re all right next to each other. Each one has their own set of benefits, and each has its own large feature either in the form of trees or hills. On this seed, you don’t have to decide which biome you want to settle in. You can pick all of them.
Minecraft: Pocket Edition added ocean monuments in the 0.16.0 update. While these unique structures have been available in other versions, this is the first time you can explore them in PE. With the addition of the ocean monument, there are new types of blocks (prismarine), new mobs (guardians and elder guardians), and something that makes spawning on an island seed even more exciting.