Love animals and always wanted to safely interact with them? If so, then you might want to book a room at the Pairi Daiza Resort in Belgium. It has been named the Best Zoo in Europe by the Diamond Themepark Awards for the last three years (2018-2020), and visitors who decide to stay in the park overnight can choose from a variety of rooms located on the east end of the park.
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Amsterdam-based Isaac Burrough Design unveils their latest project, the Kiwa superyacht concept, which is designed to maximize energy efficient technologies. Starting from the exterior, it features a narrow hull, with a low volume-to-length ratio to lower fuel consumption and improve efficiency, while up top, you’ll find 2,000-square-feet of solar panels.
Star Wars fans have probably seen the Ewok’s Bright Tree Village built around the trees of Endor and situated nearly 50-feet above the ground. If not, this village basically consisted of thatched huts where hundreds of Ewoks lived. Czech architecture firm Formafatal has designed a real-life equivalent, and called it Art Villas Resort.
This swing, located at the Yunyang Longgang Scenic Spot in Chongqing, China, is not something you want to experience if you’re afraid of heights. It’s touted as the world’s largest swing and dangles riders over a 2,300-foot-tall cliff at speeds of up to 81 miles per hour. The swing setup consists of a swing attached to a 328-foot-tall arch tower with ultra heavy duty metal cables.
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Chicago-based photographer Reuben Wu uses drones equipped with LEDs to illuminate shots for his Lux Noctis series. The latest location was Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia, also known as the world’s largest salt flat. To capture these stunning images, he used a $57K Phase One XT camera capable of capturing 150-megapixel photographs. His favorite memory from his Bolivian adventure was shooting the salt flats at sunset because of the way the light hit the polygon-like shapes on the ground and.