Octagon, Seoul

Located in Seoul’s famous high-end Gangnam district, Octagon is the best club in Korea and one of the most impressive in the Far East. The venue exudes quality, from the Funktion-One soundsystem, to the gourmet chef-grade food.

Cavo Paradiso, Mykonos

This seemingly deserted hill overlooking Paradise Beach on the Greek island of Mykonos is the last place you’d expect to find a world-famous nightclub. In fact, this open-air venue has taken advantage of the beautiful natural surroundings, making the parties hosted here something truly special.

Marquee, Las Vegas

Opened on New Year’s Eve 2010 as part of The Cosmopolitan, Marquee offers an unparalleled nightclub experience. With its 50-foot-high ceilings, multi-million-dollar soundstage and top DJs like Kaskade regularly playing, this 62,000-square-foot venue is one of the best places to experience the Las Vegas nightlife.

Fabric, London

Opened in 1999, Fabric is a world-famous nightclub that has still managed to keep some of its underground charm intact. Another feature that makes this venue unique is its “bodysonic” dancefloor, which vibrates to the music’s baseline, offering an even more intense experience.

BCM Dance Palace, Mallorca

Ibiza is not the only place in Spain that knows how to party and the perfect example is BCM Planet Dance, the largest nightclub on the fun-loving island of Mallorca. With a stellar line-up of DJs, the club attracts EDM aficionados like a magnet. It’s also the place you want to go to attend the biggest foam party in the world.

Zouk, Singapore

Founded in 1991, Zouk (a word meaning “party” in French creole) is Singapore’s most popular nightclub. It is actually a complex comprising four clubs and plays a variety of dance music, making sure everybody can have a really great time.

Pacha, Ibiza

Pacha is a global brand with clubs scattered around the world, from New York to Moscow. But none of these venues can compare to the club in Ibiza, the place where it all started in 1973. It is widely regarded as sort of a Mecca of house music, with a great history behind it, not to mention superstars like Steve Aoki and Pete Tong having residencies there.

Green Valley, Camboriu

Brazilians are known for their great love of partying, so it’s only natural they’d also have an entry on this list, namely Green Valley. Great sound, amazing special effects and the famous Brazilian energy all add up to make a nightclub to rival any other in the world.

Hakkasan, Las Vegas

Part of the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, on the Las Vegas Strip, Hakkasan is a high-end establishment worthy of its setting. The venue is amazing in and of itself, but it’s the artists it attracts that make it one of the best nightclubs in the world, with people like Calvin Harris, Tiësto, Steve Aoki and Afrojack frequently mixing it up in there.

Space, Ibiza

Ibiza is famous for its great nightlife and amazing clubs, but the best venue (and consequently top of our list) is Space. Established in its current form 25 years ago, it is legendary for its extremely long hours and open-air parties, with airplanes roaring overhead. All of this and more makes Space the destination for any clubber visiting the White Island.

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At Lucky Lake Hostel- Netherlands, you'll stay in one of 25 colorfully-painted caravans, those little attachments that people affix to their cars when they move around Europe. They're all arranged in an open circle-ish format with ping pong tables, hammocks, an outdoor kitchen and twinkly lights in the middle.

"Stay on a train that's not going anywhere" at this hostel built on an old railway platform next to Sydney's newer (and still in use) Central Train Station. You'll be assigned to a cozy vintage rail carriage as your room, but Railway Square YHA's common area -- with computers, foosball tables, and surfboards on display -- looks super-modern.

Every cabin in this "swimming hostel" has its own toilet and shower, and there's a TV room in the bow of the ship. Sit on the roof and watch the sunset over the water, or walk literally steps to the East Side Gallery, the artsiest section of the Berlin Wall.

When was the last time you had WiFi access or a dance party in a real Canadian jail?  HI-Ottowa Jail Hostel also has an awesome indoor-outdoor pub where you can meet locals (a hostel rarity), listen to live music and get your mugshot taken.

Most rooms are built into the side of a cliff at Traveller's Cave Pension in Turkey's gorgeous Cappadocia region. Some even have cozy little fireplaces! Cappadocia is known for its fairy chimneys (tall sedimentary rock formations) and magical hot air balloon displays-- you'll see them all when you emerge from your cave onto the patio near the hotel portion of the property.

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Sweet Switzerland: The Chocolate Train
This charming train running in summer and fall climbs from Montreux overlooking Lake Geneva to the medieval town of Gruyères, population 1,600, home to the cheese of the same name. Tour the cheese factory and the local castle, have lunch, then reboard the train and continue on to Broc. There you’ll bus to the Cailler-Nestlé chocolate factory, tucked between Lake Gruyères and mountain peaks, for free samples, before making the return trip.

Tunnels Galore: The Bernina Express
This narrow-gauge, vertigo-inducing train takes on seven-percent inclines, a 360-degree spiral, 55 tunnels, and 196 bridges—reaching an apex of 7,391 feet and then descending 5,905 feet before coming to a stop. The word “express” refers to the availability of short-notice seat reservations, rather than the train’s velocity as it courses through the Alps south from Switzerland’s oldest town to a charming Italian town of just under 10,000 people. Part of the route is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

A Hotel on Wheels: Francisco de Goya
Leave Paris in the evening, enjoy a three-course dinner and the increasingly rural scenery, slumber to the soothing rhythm of the rails, and wake the next day as you arrive in Madrid, rested and ready to tour the third-most-populous city in the European Union. Grand class includes a welcome drink, gourmet dinner, breakfast, and an in-room bathroom with shower.

Reliving the Age of Chivalry: The Castles of Britain
Discover the United Kingdom’s historic fortresses on this itinerary combining a two-week BritRail pass with the Great British Heritage pass. You’ll get entry to 580 attractions, as you hop off for local touring. Start in Inverness, Scotland, near Loch Ness, to tour Urquhart Castle. Continue south to Stirling Bridge, where William Wallace triumphed over the English in 1297, and on to Edinburgh Castle. English sights include Dover Castle, with its wartime tunnels. In Gwynedd, Wales, tour Caernarfon Castle, a World Heritage site where the investiture of Prince Charles was held.

The Epic Journey: Trans-Siberian Railway
This fabled route, an icon of Russian culture, crosses eight time zones to connect the Russian capital with a port on the Pacific Ocean. On board, poor mingle with rich, young with old, foreigners with locals. Social barriers disappear as passengers share a unique rail experience and shots of $3-a-liter vodka. You can book a private car via a tour operator for added comfort; schedule any number of side excursions from trekking and scuba diving to city tours.

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182 Bal Bay ( Location: Bal Harbour, Fla.)
The infinity pool at this amazing pad overlooks 200 feet of Bal Harbour's exclusive waterfront. You can watch yachts and even dolphins 

Fairmont Hotel presidential penthouse suite, San Francisco
This is the glorious City by the Bay as seen from the terrace of the Fairmont's VIP presidential penthouse. Unlike some other "presidential" suites, U.S. presidents—as well as rock stars and royalty—have actually slept here. 

Tahiti Beach, Coral Gables, Fla.
This mansion overlooks a private stretch of beach, with the ocean so close you can see and hear the waves from just about every one of the house's 10 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.

Electra Court,  Los Angeles
This epic view from a trophy property perched high in the Hollywood Hills takes in a great deal of the Los Angeles basin, as well as the Pacific Ocean in the distance. 

One Madison penthouse, New York

Wow! This eye-popping photo was snapped from the penthouse at One Madison, a glass tower offering some of the most stunning skyline views in all of Gotham. 

Trump SoHo penthouse residence, New York
This is just one of the jaw-dropping views from the top floor of the Trump SoHo penthouse. The residence towers over lower Manhattan, offering mesmerizing views in every direction.

La Villa Contenta, Malibu, Calif.
The views from this trophy beach house include rolling lawns, perfectly manicured landscaping, palm trees and, oh yeah, the Pacific Ocean. 

Peaks Ranch, Snowmass, Colo.
This über-ranch just outside of Aspen overlooks an 876-acre backyard and four mountains: Mount Sopris, Mount Daly, Capital Peak and Snowmass, which clearly inspired the property's name. 

The Plaza penthouse, New York
Central Park views don't get any better.
The view from this private terrace at the top of The Plaza's duplex penthouse includes the dome that crowns the iconic hotel. 

Sherry Netherland penthouse, New York
This eight-figure view of Central Park is from the 18th-floor penthouse of the Sherry Netherland on Fifth Avenue (directly across the street from the Hilfiger penthouse at The Plaza).

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Ford has teamed up with Galpin Auto Sport of “Pimp My Ride” fame to turn one of its new Transit vans into a “private jet on wheels” called the Skyliner.
The custom van features four electronically adjustable rotating “throne” chairs that can be controlled by an iPad and arranged in several configurations, including a theater setup featuring a 52-inch TV, and a rolling office with retractable conference table.
Unlike the old-school  versions, this one has hardwood flooring and a 7.2 surround sound multimedia system, complete with a server that can store the equivalent of 300 Blu-ray discs.

Of course it also has a built-in bar, and the seats recline business class style, complete with foot rests.
Powered by Ford’s twin-turbo V6, the exterior of the Skyliner is largely untouched, with just a set of Forgiato wheels and silver metallic paint to bring the bling.
Just a concept at this point, no price has been revealed, but it sends a message that Ford is serious about competing with the kind of ultra-luxury custom vans based on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter that the likes of Beyonce and Will Smith cruise around in these days.

Source: foxnews.com

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Your eye might have gone directly to the giant red building in the photo, but behind that odd architecture is a happy family living their dream. Army aviation pilot, Park Sung-Hwan and his wife (who also happens to be a recently retired army aviation pilot) took their love of photography and coffee to the extreme, creating a one-of-a-kind cafe that resembles a Rolleiflex camera. It sits right next to their modest home, a juxtaposition of tradition and whimsy, and is nothing short of a scene out of a storybook.

The Rolleiflex camera building was designed and built by Park and took six years to complete. The two giant circular windows, which mimic a real camera lens, serve as the focal point of this bizarre yet quaint structure.

Photograph by The Dreamy Camera Cafe

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Seven million flower bulbs are planted annually in the famous Dutch garden of Keukenhof, dubbed "The Garden of Europe" and the largest of its kind in the world. The 32-hectare swathe in Lisse comes alive in fuschia, green, purple and yellow as far as the eye can see. In this gallery, Reuters brings us some breathtaking views. Photos: Reuters

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