Ha Long Bay is one of the world’s natural wonders and is the most beautiful tourist destination of Vietnam. Ha Long Bay, situated in the Gulf of Tonkin, includes some 1600 islands and islets forming a spectacular seascape of limestone pillars. Because of their precipitous nature, most of the islands are uninhabited and relatively unaffected by human influence. A distinctive feature of Ha Long Bay is the abundance of lakes within the larger limestone islands. For example, Dau Be island has six enclosed lakes.
1. Genting Highlands (Malaysia):
This hotel is truly overwhelming. With 6,118 rooms, Malaysia’s First World Hotel is currently the world’s largest hotel, as recognised by Guinness World Records. Attached to the First World Plaza with its indoor theme park, shopping centre and food spots, you’ll not only find tropical rainforests at your doorstep, but a Spanish courtyard lobby as well.
Check out the beautiful interior design of the MTV headquarters office in Berlin, Germany. The interior has been completely designed by a German creative studio Dan Pearlman. There are mostly Green and Silver details, with some wooden material included.
The Cardrona Bra Fence of Central Otago, New Zealand, began in 1999 some time between Christmas and New Year 1999, when four women’s bras were found attached to the wire fence alongside the road. It’s unknown who did it and why. The news spread and soon more bras began to appear. By the end of February 2000 there were some 60 bras on the fence. At this time somebody took offence to it and removed them. The local press reported this and soon more bras began to come in.
By October 2000, the number of bras had reached around 200, and again some unknown persons cleared the fence of bras. By this time, the fence had become a tourist attraction and the media gave the story of the second attack a wider coverage. This resulted in even more inflow of garments. By early 2006, the number of bras attached to the fence stood at close to 800.