Ocean Dome – world’s largest indoor water park !!..

Its the world’s largest indoor water park, located at Miyazaki Japan, which is a part of the Sheraton Seagaia Resort, measures 300 meters in length and 100 meters in width, and is listed on the Guinness World Records. It opened in 1993, and visitor numbers peaked in 1995 at 1.25 million a year.


The Ocean Dome sported a fake flame-spitting volcano, artificial sand and the world’s largest retractable roof, which provided a permanently blue sky even on a rainy day. The air temperature was always held at around 30 degrees celsius and the water at around 28.


Ocean Dome is bigger than many ocean liners – over 1,000 feet long – and has space for 13,500 tons of salt water and 10,000 people, without the mild inconvenience of real salt water, real crabs, real seaweed or fish.


It was pleasantly warm, but it felt faintly like a gymnasium – and they always remind me of exams. Also, the palm trees were too perfect to be real.



The fruit behind the counter turned out to be plastic, and the backdrop was painted with small clouds and a deep blue sky as the Pacific view outside probably should have been.

See…. how much of work can be done with the technology!!.. even a natural Ocean can be simulated. The Ocean Dome… well done engineers!!.

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Body Tattos with steel parts- Incredible

Can you believe the following set of pictures, that there are people who really love to decorate their selves with permanently build steel parts in their bodies. Those decorative items are embedded into the body with special operation-like activities and it should be really painful ya? 😉 . If there is somebody else over there with these kinds of steel(or whatever material) decorations, please feel free to share your comments.
And Click here to see more information about these kind of tattoos.

Scary Amusement Park In Las Vegas – Dont visit if you re Scared!!

Las Vegas is one of the most populous, and entertaining city in the state of Nevada, and is an internationally renowned major resort city for gaming industry, shopping, and entertainment of people.


The “Scary Amusement Park” is one of the amusing places at that city, and as the name implies, don’t visit there if you are scared 🙂 . There is a high building where all the amusing + scared gamings are been active and anyone any have a try of those for a cheap cost.

Don’t look down when you get into there and can you feel what happen when you are on the following games at Scary Amusement Park??


Lets get in and have a loot how is it. 🙂

The Largest man-made salt water lagoon in the world !!..


Chile has been awarded the Guinness World Record for the largest swimming pool on the planet.
The gigantic lagoon is located in the resort of San Alfonso del Mar in Algarrobo city, on the southern coast of Chile. Guinness Book of World Records has named it the largest pool in the world. How big is it? One over a kilometer long (3,323 feet), covering 20 acres and containing 250,000 cubic meters of water.


The ocean water is too cold most of the year and the pool is kept at a refreshing 79 degrees during the summer.
While there is plenty of room to swim in the pool, visitors can also cruise across the lagoon on small boats.


The pool took five years to build, cost nearly ?llion and the annual maintenance bill will be ?llion. It can harvest, filter and permanently recirculate ocean water by itself.
The man-made saltwater lagoon has been attracting huge crowds to the San Alfonso del Mar resort at Algarrobo since it opened last month.

  • It is more than 1,000 yards long, covers 20 acres, had a 115ft deep end and holds 66 million gallons of water.
  • This one took five years to build, cost nearly £ 1billion and the annual maintenance bill will be £ 2million.
  • Its turquoise waters are so crystal clear that you can see the bottom even in the deep end.
  • It dwarfs the world’s second biggest pool, the Orthlieb – nicknamed the Big Splash – in Morocco , which is a mere 150 yards long and 100 yards wide. An Olympicsize pool measures some 50 yards by 25 yards.
  • This dinosaur pool uses a computer- controlled suction and filtration system to keep fresh seawater in permanent circulation, drawing it in from the ocean at one end and pumping it out at the other.
  • The sun warms the water to 26 degree Centigrade, nine degrees warmer than the adjoining sea.
  • Chilean biochemist Fernando Fischmann, whose Crystal Lagoons Corporation designed the pool, said advanced engineering meant his company could build ‘an impressive artificial paradise’ even in inhospitable areas.