Showing posts from May, 2013

Amazing Spider Bridge in Sun City Resort South Africa

  The amazing spider bridge situated in Sun city resort , a holiday resort, and a big casino. It resembles a tropical paradise, it is very beautifully constructed in the middle of the harsh African Bushveld. The Sun City resort located in the north-west of South Africa . ( A 2 hours and 20 mins Drive distance from Johannesburg approx.) The Resort is surrounded by many footpaths, And one of the walkways is called Spider Trail , and the bridge is known as The amazing "Spider Bridge". when anyone views the bridge the ovals look like a portal to another word or something very magical. Walking through this bridge is a magical and amazing experience.

Balanced Rock Formation Idol Rock

  Nature beautiful creation rock formation, in the shape of beautiful Idol standing over a tiny piece of rock Situated in North Yorkshire, England spread over an area of around 50 acres. The Idol rock weighs around 200 tonnes and at a height of nearly 30 meters in area. It is open all over the year for visitors starting from 8 am until dusk. Entry to watch the Idol and other rock formation is free, however, car parking is charged, for those who are not members of National Trust. There are many other rock formations in the area, developed by nature as a result of erosion of sandstones by water, wind, and glaciation. A few formations are known as The Idol, The Camel, The Turtle, The Dancing Bear, The Watchdog, The Sphinx, are named accordingly because rocks resemble these creatures when viewing with different angles.

280 M High The Worlds Highest Tennis Court In Dubai

The World Highest Tennis Court is 280mtr. in Height situated on Burj al Arab hotel in Dubai. The Burj al Arab is the fourth tallest hotel in the world with a height of 321 m (1053 ft. Approx.). It stands out in the water on its own artificial island. The Iconic hotel gives itself * * * * * * * 7-star Rating resembles the sail of the ship. The Burj al Arab hotel is designed by Tom Wright and completed in 1999. The main feature of the hotel is it looks like a ship sailing in the deep sea, and a double membrane PTFE fiberglass covering that lets in the filtered light but reduces solar heat gain.