Just when you thought commercial air travel couldn't get any more luxurious, Singpore Airlines unveils their all-new A380 suites and business class. This revamped first class cabin features six suites instead of 12 to provide 'exclusivity and intimate privacy.' Each one comes with a leather swivel chair, electronically adjustable roller-blinds, lots of storage space, and a standalone full-flat bed. The bed can be stowed into a dividing wall when not in use for even more space, or reclined for viewing the 32" HDTV. Or, if you prefer, two suites can be joined together to create a two-person suite with a double bed. Continue reading for another video tour, more pictures and information.
Situated in the Caucasus mountains of Georgia, the Minecraft-inspired Quadrum hotel offers some breathtaking views. The entire five-story hotel is consists of previously unused shipping containers that are connected to land with a collection of steel posts. Despite how it may look, the interiors are cozy and modern. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
No, this isn't an illusion or fantasy location from a story, but rather a real boiling river discovered by geoscientist Andres Ruzo. This mysterious, four-mile long river, located deep in the heart of the Amazon, is so hot that it can brew tea. At its widest, it's 82-feet, and around 20-feet deep, with some parts even boiling over. "Dipping my hand into the river would give me third-degree burns in less than half a second. Falling in could easily kill me. The river boils because of fault-fed hot springs. As we have hot blood running through our veins and arteries, so, too, the Earth has hot water running through its cracks and faults," said Ruzo. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one about the atmospheric river that's about to hit the West Coast.
When this Snohetta-designed structure opens in Norway during 2019, it will become Europe's first truly underwater restaurant. It will stand on the sea bed 5-meters beneath surface, thanks to thick walls that can withstand the most variable sea conditions. "One of the benefits of this building is how it links nature and land, and how you can come safe from the land and in a very dramatic way go down through this concrete tube to the nature at sea level, and experience what normally is not experienced," said Rune Grasdal, lead architect on the project. Continue reading for more pictures and a bonus video.
This giant steel kraken is not an illusion, or a computer-generated image, but rather a real sculpture by BVI Art Reef, who teamed up with Secret Samurai Productions, social justice entrepreneurial group Maverick1000, and ocean education nonprofit Beneath the Waves. This massive sculpture was sunk attached to a World War 2-era ship near the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean Sea, to create a new coral ecosystem. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
If money is no object, and you've always wanted to go on the ultimate road trip in complete luxury, then look no further than the $216,000+ Airstream Atlas. It's based on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and has a design inspired by the Airstream Interstate. Features include: a hidden 40" smart TV that is revealed at the push of a button and even a spacious bathroom for added comfort. Continue reading for an in-depth video tour, more pictures and information.
Rich East was tired of slogging away at a job he wasn't passionate about, so he decided to sell off all of his belongings and travel with Willow, his rescue cat, around Australia in a campervan. "In February 2017 we finally made it to South Australia, marking Willow's official completion of visiting all 6 states and 2 territories of Australia! This is what is known in Aussie adventure cat slang as a Purrfect Eight. We've achieved so much together and seen some amazing places. I can't imagine being on this trip without her by my side. We've sailed the Great Barrier Reef, camped up mountains and travelled thousands of kilometers of gravel roads from Bourketown in Queensland, all the way up to Northern Territory," said Rich. Continue reading to see and read about their journey, which started back in May 2015.
The LEGO Architecture Arc De Triomphe 21036 Building Kit offers 386-pieces of brick building fun, and it's being offered for just $31.99 shipped, today only, originally $39.99. Each of the 386 bricks accurately capture detail and scale. When built, the Arc de Triomphe measures over 5" (14 cm). The accompanying glossy booklet chronicles the Arc de Triomphe's inception, and is full of facts, stats, and beautiful photography. Product page. Continue reading for a speed build video and more information.
Created by famed Italian designer Fabio Mazzeo, the Tankoa Project Bolide Yacht is perfect for a supervillain and / or billionaires. Featuring 5,400-square-feet of glass that offer breathtaking ocean views from its entire 6,500-square-feet of floor space, complete with an elevated owner's deck and five VIP suites. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Let's face it, picking up someone from the airport can either be the easiest or the most frustrating of tasks, with no in-between. However, there are ways to lighten the mood, and this group of friends decided to coordinate a Star Wars-themed pickup, complete with Darth Vader and Stormtrooper costumes. With security so tight, it may not be possible to recreate this stunt, but it's definitely worth a second look. Continue reading for more funny and geeky airport pickup signs rounded up by Bored Panda.