5 - Baiyoke Tower II, Bangkok, Thailand
This hotel is unique since it is Bangkok's tallest tower and each of its luxurious 658 suites and rooms provide a stunning view of the surrounding city of Bangkok and its skyline. The hotel is divided into the space, sky and standard zone with rooms varying in size and height across these three zones. The breakfast buffet is absolutely divine and should not be missed. Hotel facilities include restaurants, bars and room service in addition to a rooftop bar and music, fitness and health centre and a beauty salon. Unique features include the revolving roof deck and an observation deck...
10 - Istanbul, Turkey
Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey and one of the largest cities in the world. It is situated on the European and Asian sides of the Bosphorus, making it the only city worldwide that spans two continents. Over the centuries, Istanbul has established itself as one of the greatest and most diverse cities in the world. The city’s history has left it with an amazing collection of palaces,
5 - The Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons
Location: New York, USA
Price: $34,000 per night
This luxurious penthouse suite in New York’s tallest hotel was designed by I.M. Pei, Peter Marino and owner Ty Warner. Its glass balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows set below 25-ft cathedral ceilings (complete with a 4-ft high chandelier) overlook Central Park and provide a view of all of Manhattan...
10 - Sydney, Australia
Sydney is Australia’s largest city, and one of its most beautiful. Perhaps it is Sydney's allure that makes most people confuse it for the capital of Australia. While the capital is Canberra, it is Sydney that attracts so much attention for being Australia's cultural and business hub. Sydney is home to the Australian Stock Exchange and is considered the economic capital of the nation. It also offers chic shopping, top-notch restaurants, and a booming nightlife. The Sydney Opera House, which has become the city’s most recognized landmark, initiates the skyline of the city...
5 - Yenisei
Length: 5,539 km
The Yenisei, which flows into the Arctic Ocean from Mongolia and across Siberia, is icebound for more than half the year. This often poses the threat of flooding when the ice collects and creates blockages. Explosives and icebreakers must be used to keep the waterways open and the river flowing.
10 - Malaysia Airlines
Malaysia Airlines, based in Kuala Lumpur International Airport is the flag carrier of Malaysia and offers flights throughout Asia, the Middle East and between Europe and Australia. In 2008, it began its Everyday Low Fares program to provide cheap prices for 30% of the seats on its domestic flights.
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