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Posted: 14 Jan 2014 | 6:00 am
Never mind heading off down under, Phuket is soon to have its very own upside down tourism venue.
Hospitality veteran Alex Riva is set to open his Baan Teelanka Upside Down House and Amazing Garden Maze on the Bypass Road.
The latter has been designed by award winning innovator Adrian Fisher from the UK.
Given Phuket's continue splash into mass tourism, the rise of new attractions is a welcome relief for those looking to get beyond the beaches.
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Up and coming Hong Kong interior design firm Eggspace have created an intimate green hotel in Boracay.
A recent post on Hotels Magazine online site talked about the relationship between hotel eco-certifications and operating efficiency.
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