Unused space transformed into organic rooftop farm in Thailand

Amidst the climate crisis, food and water scarcity pose tremendous threats to human civilization. Once abundant agrarian societies rich with food sources, Bangkok and cities across Southeast Asia are victims of unregulated urbanization on rice-producing regions. The once fertile marshlands have transformed into paralyzed concrete developments — no longer able to breathe, absorb water or … Continue reading Unused space transformed into organic rooftop farm in Thailand

BiodiverCity- masterplan by BIG that will see three artificial islands built off the shore of Penang Island, Malaysia, connected by an autonomous transport network.

Denmark-based Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has been announced the lead masterplan designer for the Penang South Islands (PSI) project, which involves the development of three man-made islands under the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) project. https://youtu.be/G59kp4yLbrE Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow announced this when announcing the winner for the PSI Masterplan Design Competition (MDC) at Hotel Equatorial Penang here.  … Continue reading BiodiverCity- masterplan by BIG that will see three artificial islands built off the shore of Penang Island, Malaysia, connected by an autonomous transport network.

BAGAN,MYANMAR (BURMA): the city of ancient temples

Bagan in central Burma is one of the world’s greatest archeological sites, a sight to rival Machu Picchu or Angkor Wat but – for the time being at least – without the visitors. The setting is sublime – a verdant 26 square-mile plain, part-covered in stands of palm and tamarind caught in a bend of … Continue reading BAGAN,MYANMAR (BURMA): the city of ancient temples

Paris – Singapore, return flight, September 2020, free change, 375 euros

KLM offers you a flexible ticket (free change) for a return flight Paris - Singapore, 3 - 15 September 2020 for only 375 euros. Details and reservation here! More about what you can do or see in Singapore, find here!

Nyepi, “Day of Silence” in Bali – the day when slowing down and switching off is already mandated by law

This year it was on 25 March , and for the first time in a long time you could hear yourself thinking. There were no scooters zooming by, no noodle sellers peddling their wares, not even the occasional sound of a plane flying overhead.In their absence, you noticed the hum of a dragonfly and the … Continue reading Nyepi, “Day of Silence” in Bali – the day when slowing down and switching off is already mandated by law