Turn dinner into an adventure at this restaurant in the popular foodie district of Xuhui in Shanghai. The restaurant applies the Omakase concept – a Japanese tradition where you let the chef choose your order. The surreal interior with neon glass and the separate dining cubicles at Omakase create a unique ambiance.
No, you haven’t just landed on Mars. The white, solar-powered capsules of Kachi Lodge are located in the Uyuni Salt Desert in Bolivia at the foot of the Tunupa volcano. Inside, the seven glamping tents feature warm expanses of wood, hand-woven blankets and a stove for extra coziness. Outside, the sky is reflected in the shallow water that covers the salt: ethereally beautiful!
Don’t look down! The world’s longest glass walkway recently opened in Huaxi World Adventure Park in Jiangyin, eastern China. It is suspended 100 meters above the ground, is 518 meters long and 2600 people can cross it at the same time.
You shouldn’t play with food…unless you’re an artist. For her Pixelated series, Japanese designer Yuni Yoshida cuts fruits or burgers into cubes and rearranges them. They may look like the product of Photoshop, but they’re created manually. Yoshida regularly shares these visual feasts on Instagram.