This one is from Kaohsiung, Taiwan, a metro station that has been brilliantly designed with impressive colours that resembles a Technicolor. This great innovative design has made this station one among the tourist attraction.
This station from Stockholm, Sweden was built in 1975. It is one among the best organic architecture in the world. It makes anyone feel like they are entering into a large underground cave.
Barra Airport in Scotland is the only airport in the world that uses the beach as its runway! When the tides are high, the beach is covered with water and the planes are forced to land on the wet surfaces.
This Floating Movie Theater is in the rocky shoreline of Yao Noi in Thailand. It was designed by German architect working in Beijing, Ole Scheeren, and attracted lots of movie goers near the island of Phuket.
The atmosphere at Eauzone is casual during the day, reflecting the slow pace of the One&Only Royal Mirage and the lazy sea beyond.
After sunset, however, this venue smartens up into a slick, refined restaurant.
2. Masa in New York
Located at the Time Warner Center in New York, Masa is the most expensive restaurant in the fashionable mall in one of the world’s biggest city. The chef himself will welcome you, as he does to every guest who enters the restaurant’s wooden door.
Each year, about 1.3 million people die in traffic accidents around the world. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the current decade, “A decade of action for road safety.”
Traffic accident don’t always happen because of driver’s negligence or poor driving skills, there are unfortunately some roads that test the skill, and courage, of any driver. Here are some of the world’s most dangerous roads.
Alabama’s ‘Highway to Hell’
US Highway 431, a 353 mile stretch of road running from the Alabama-Tennessee line down to Dothan, Ala. and commonly referred to as the “Highway to Hell,” has just been named one of the world’s most dangerous roads.
According to DrivingExperiences.com, the primary hazards on this highway are “poor visibility, high speeds and sudden 2-4 lane changes.” There were 33,808 road deaths in the United States last year, and US 431 was the country’s 4th most deadly road.
The Moonlight Rainbow Fountain, which was installed in 2009 on the Banpo Bridge, is the world’s longest bridge fountain according to the Guinness World Record. There are close to 10,000 LED illuminated nozzles that run along both sides of the Banpo Bridge. The water for the fountain is pumped directly from the river and continuously recycled. The bridge has 38 water pumps and 380 nozzles on either side, which draw 190 tons of water per minute from the river 20 meters below the deck, and shoots as far as 43 meters horizontally. Read more…
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