The Ice and Snow World, a frozen theme park in Harbin, Heilongjiang, reopened for trial operation on Sunday.
Covering an expanse of 600,000 square meters (60 hectares), the theme park took 15 days to build using 110,000 cubic meters (3.8 million cubic feet) of ice and 120,000 cubic meters (4.2 million cubic feet) of snow, Xinhua reported.
Despite strong opposition from locals, Japan’s central government initiated main reclamation work Friday at a United States military base relocation site on the southern island of Okinawa.
Earlier this month, the Fukuoka High Court rejected the Okinawa Prefectural Government’s demand to stop the relocation of U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Futenma to the island prefecture, Japan Times reports.
A roller coaster-like train takes visitors of the Huangshan mountain range in China to a heavenly ride that highlights its picturesque natural landscapes.
Situated in the province of Anhui, the mountain range is known for its peculiarly-shaped granite peaks, pine trees, hot springs, winter snow, and majestic views of the clouds from above.
A video taken from Lipe Island in Thailand showing the rare occurrence of four simultaneous waterspouts is going viral.
The event, which happened at around 10 a.m. on Nov. 25, was captured on film from the popular tourist destination in Satun province, Thailand.
Waterfalls typically flows downward, but this one in India had a very rare moment where the water actually flowed upwards thanks to some extremely strong winds.
This breathtaking moment was luckily captured by waterfall enthusiast Abhinandan Kavale at Kavalshet Point, Maharashtra, and was shared on Caters Clips YouTube channel.
A Chinese auntie from the province of Hangzhou was left heartbroken after helplessly watching unruly selfie-seeking tourists trample on the patch of pretty pink grass that she helped cultivate in the past three years.
According to the woman credited simply as “Auntie Zheng,” the visitors were able to destroy her plot of imported muhly grass in just three days, Shanghaiist reports.
Adventurer, writer and television presenter Bear Grylls took former NBA all-star Yao Ming into the wilderness to experience what it’s like to spend hours outdoors.
In the latest episode of D/Code on the Discovery Channel, the 37-year-old retired basketball player almost tried the special Bear Grylls diet, maggots, during their extreme outdoor adventure.
A Japanese netizen who arrived at the end of a rainbow shared the “magical” sight on Twitter, amusing anyone who has ever wondered what it looks like.
Almost half a century ago, a Japanese horticulturist initiated an effort to rebuild a deforested mountain in the Philippines.
It was in the early 1970s and Osamu Nakagaki was only 25 when he invited his friends and volunteers to eat as many mangoes as they could so he could gather the seeds he needed for planting in San Fernando City in La Union.
They say nature has its way of giving back, and for one Russian sea that took empty bottles from booze-thirsty humans, it’s all surprisingly beautiful.
In the past, the Ussuri Bay, located northeast of the Peter the Great Gulf, served as a dumping site for glass bottles and porcelain.
A group of Asian tourists, allegedly Chinese, has been blasted on social media for posing with starfish and corals in photos posted this month.
The images are believed to be shot on a beach in Semporna, a town on the east coast of Sabah, Malaysia.
Saltwater Brewery: Company Creates Edible Six-Pack Rings That Feed Marine Life if They End Up in the Ocean
Saltwater Brewery, a craft beer company, wants consumers to toast to saving the ocean with their innovative edible six-pack rings.
The company, based in Delray Beach, Florida, is responsible for creating 100% biodegradable six-pack rings that will feed marine animals rather than harm them if it ends up in the ocean. The rings are made of material consisting of barley and wheat left over from the brewing process.