I'm a regular traveler, so I'll answer your autistic question with a badass analogy.
What do you do in your living room versus your bedroom? What do you do in your living room versus the gym? Different activities, right? Well, guess what, in different countries and cities all over the world, there are literally DIFFERENT things to see and do.
Go to thailand and get two beautiful women to rub their bodies all over you with warm, soapy lotion water until you cum for $120.00. (Yes, two women for $120.00.) Go to India and act rich because you literally ARE there. Go to France and be fucking pretentious and eat some weird, great-tasting shit.
You're over-thinking travel. You're not magically going somewhere super special, you're simply taking for granted that you are one of the extremely, EXTREMELY rare few that have the opportunity AND money to travel more than 100 miles from your home-town and experience literally whatever you want. 500 years ago less than 1% of people got to do that. Now it's like 50% of people or something.
Go to another country and meet an actual FEMININE woman who ACTUALLY treats you right. Go to another country and meet a guy who thinks you're actually cool to hang out with and have fun with him like a "bro."
Go see interesting things WITH YOUR OWN EYES instead of looking at pictures on your phone/computer. It's literally DIFFERENT in person versus on a screen.
I hope this kind of answers your stupid question.
Travel is really unique and without doing it, you don't know what you're missing -- even if it's not magical, it's still unique and will stay with you forever.