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Must see 11 Hotels: Coming Up in 2015!

1. Lizard Island (Australia)

Lizard Island

Lizard Island’s villa interiors are a nod to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef just outside. The earthy palette is accented by pops of coral, blue and gold.

 2. The Reverie Saigon (Vietnam)

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Part of the Times Square building in Ho Chi Minh City, Reverie Saigon has an Italian design, a helipad and a fleet of Rolls-Royce Phantom Dragons.

3. Park Hyatt Zanzibar (Tanzania)

Zanzibar

With 67 rooms spread over two buildings, Park Hyatt Zanzibar features intricate carvings and a peaceful courtyard.

4. SLS Park Avenue (New York)

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Located in New York’s NoMad (north of Madison Square Park) neighborhood, SLS Park Avenue has a moody color scheme and lots of designer furniture.

5. Patina, Capitol Singapore

Patina, Capitol Singapore will occupy two heritage-listed buildings: the Capitol Building and Stamford House. Staff double as concierges to create personal experiences for guests. HIDE CAPTIO

Patina, Capitol Singapore will occupy two heritage-listed buildings: the Capitol Building and Stamford House. Staff double as concierges to create personal experiences for guests.

6. Anantara Tangalle (Sri Lanka)

Anantara Tangalle Resort and Spa is located in Sri Lanka's beach town of Tangalle. Its design is inspired by traditional Sri Lankan architecture.

Anantara Tangalle Resort and Spa is located in Sri Lanka’s beach town of Tangalle. Its design is inspired by traditional Sri Lankan architecture.

7. Alila Seminyak (Indonesia)

Alila Seminyak sits on a beach along Bali's southwest coast, a short walk from the bars and restaurants of Seminyak.

Alila Seminyak sits on a beach along Bali’s southwest coast, a short walk from the bars and restaurants of Seminyak.

8. Lofoten Opera Hotel (Norway)

Norway's Lofoten archipelago is a dramatic union of soaring peaks, untouched beaches and sheltered bays. The Lofoten Opera Hotel cascades toward the sea from the mountains.

Norway’s Lofoten archipelago is a dramatic union of soaring peaks, untouched beaches and sheltered bays. The Lofoten Opera Hotel cascades toward the sea from the mountains.

9. Four Seasons Hotel Seoul

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The Four Seasons Hotel Seoul is adjacent to Gwanghwamun, the main gate of the Gyeongbok Palace and the historic districts of Jong-re and Isadong.

10. Ritz-Carlton, Langkawi (Malaysia)

Fringed by tropical rainforests, The Ritz-Carlton, Langkawi has a private cove and beach overlooking the Andaman Sea. The resort and villa buildings reflect kampong village styles.

Fringed by tropical rainforests, The Ritz-Carlton, Langkawi has a private cove and beach overlooking the Andaman Sea. The resort and villa buildings reflect kampong village styles.

 

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The Most Frightening Bridge Ever

Storseisundet Bridge (Norwegian: Storseisundetbrua) is the longest of the eight bridges that make up the Atlanterhavsveien (“The Atlantic Road”), the road connection from the mainland Romsdal peninsula to the island of Averøya in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway.

It is a bridge on one of Norway’s most scenic and popular tourist roads – the Atlantic Ocean Road (Atlanterhavsveien in Norwegian). The bridge named Storseisundet makes a sharp bend as it jumps over a number of small islands and waterways. The approach to the bridge looks scary as the bridgeseems to end abruptly and as if any attempt to proceed would result into the vehicle flying out and dropping into the waters below.

Storseisundet Bridge is a cantilever bridge that is 260 metres (850 ft) long and with a maximum clearance to the sea of 23 metres (75 ft). It was opened on 7 July 1989, and it was a toll road until June 1999.
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Of course, it’s just an optical illusion. The bridge is constructed in such a way as to create the illusion of a “bridge to nowhere” in approaching it at a certain angle.

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