Nijigen no Mori Park,a theme park located on Awaji Island off the city of Kobe, just debuted the world’s first life-sized Godzilla attraction that lets visitors zip line into its mouth. The monster reportedly measures 393.7-feet long and is officially called “Godzilla Interception Operation Awaji”. You play the role of researchers and enter Godzilla’s body from its mouth through a zip line, while taking on “missions” to prevent it from destroying the city.
You’ve probably heard of glamping, which is the portmanteau of “glamorous” and “camping”, but for those who haven’t, it’s basically camping with amenities with some resort-style services. Boomkamp, managed by Ika Merlin and Tobias Knockaert, aims to take that to a whole new level. Situated in a forest not far from Bruges, Belgium, this tree house hotel complex of sorts offers all that you need for a comfortable night’s stay.
You’d think being offered 2 apartments and monetary compensation would be enough for most homeowners to move, but not this woman, only known by her surname, Liang. So, the Chinese government decided to build a gigantic motorway bridge around the woman’s home, thus wedging it between two lanes on the Haizhuyong Bridge in Guangzhou, northwest of Hong Kong.
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.