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Dubai Is Set to Launch Floating Villas with Underwater Rooms This Year

Enjoy the breathtaking view underwater.

Ann Moises





It seems that countless individuals wish to escape the hustle and bustle of the city life to be one with nature. Some people want to build a house somewhere deep in the woods while others have expressed their desire of staying in an underwater hotel. Fortunately, there are unconventional developers out there who want to help people realize these fantasies.

In 2015, the Kleindienst Group was given permission to build the Floating Seahorse —an apartment complex consisting of 42 villas.

Each villa will have its plot in the Persian Gulf as part of the World Island Projects, the Daily Mail reports.

The Floating Seahorse villas are, technically, three-story luxury boats without propulsion.


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Still, each unit is movable. This makes the place all the more perfect for people who want to keep their privacy.


Two of the three floors will be above water.

The upper deck will have a shower, a small cooking area, a mini bar, and a Jacuzzi with a glass floor.


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At the central floor you’ll have a spacious living space surrounded by a fully furnished kitchen and a dining area.

A spacious living space surrounded by a fully furnished kitchen and dining area will be at the central level.

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At the lower level—underwater—you’ll find the master’s bedroom and a bathroom. Here, you will be able to enjoy the spectacular view of the rich, marine life around you.


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Each unit has a floor area of approximately 1,700 square feet. All levels will be made of glass from floor to ceiling. It will actually be like living in a fancy aquarium.

The master bedroom and a bathroom will be at the lower level---submerged underwater---where you can see the rich, magnificent marine life around you.

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However, there’s more to these lavish homes; the developers are planning to create an artificial coral reef beneath them to help protect endangered seahorses.

Josef Kleindienst, CEO of Kleindienst Group, said, “The seahorse is an endangered species, and we will create an artificial coral reef beneath the luxury retreats, which will be a protected area in which seahorses can safely live and breed.”

Isn’t that wonderful?

The CEO reckons that the Floating Seahorse will be launched by the end of this year.

“Many months of research, design and planning have gone into The Floating Seahorse and we are excited to be able to officially launch and build it in Dubai.

“We’re confident it will set a new benchmark in the luxury lifestyle market worldwide for outstanding innovation, contemporary design and underwater living at its best.

“Since launching ‘The Floating Seahorse,’ we have been inundated with local, regional and international enquiries.

‘We’re excited to not just offer people a once in a lifetime investment opportunity in Dubai but on a global scale.

“The Floating Seahorse is not restricted to Dubai waters and can be designed and fabricated in Dubai for other resorts and destinations worldwide,” Kleindienst said.

The price of each unit is yet to be determined.


25 of the Strangest Fruits You Might Encounter in this Lifetime

We scoured the whole world searching for the strangest fruits ever known to man. We give you the lowdown.

Kat Lozada



With so many exotic fruits the world can offer, you may not know that you've stumbled upon one until they look strange to you. It could be the way they look like, the way they smell to you or even taste that makes them weird. But at the end of the day, despite their strangeness, they're edible enough to try and maybe, might even be awesome enough for your liking.

We scoured the world for some of the strangest fruits you may have the opportunity of encountering at least once in your life. Hopefully, you get to taste at least half of what's on the list and let us know if they still seem strange to you after doing so.

25. Rambutan

25. Rambutan

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Some Stranger Padlocked This Guy’s Earlobe And Ran Away With The Key

Man left furious after someone sneaked up and stuck a PADLOCK on his stretched earlobe.

Mark Andrew



It sounds like a very unlikely thing to happen but Tom Grim Fandango Matthews – as his name appears on Facebook – claims he was totally unaware that someone locked a padlock to his earlobe.

The guy says he didn’t notice it at all until it was too late. He just heard a click in his fleshy tunnel and that was it.

He later posted a photo on his social media account and angrily captioned it this way:

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This 19-Year-Old Teenager From Norway Is The World’s Youngest Billionaire

There is more to Alexandra Andresen than being the world’s youngest billionaire.

Jessa Ventures



We have to work hard for the things that we want in life, as the saying goes "You can't expect everything to be handed to you on a silver platter." But some people, you can say are just born lucky or--rich. While others have their parents or family to thank for, there are those who are making it big on their own.

Many would gladly choose fortune over fame but this teenage girl from Norway just might have the best of both worlds. 19-year-old Alexandra Andresen made her debut as the World's Youngest Billionaire in Forbes list just this Tuesday. Thanks to her family's fortune, she is now estimated to be worth a staggering $1.2 billion.

Alexandra is one of the heiresses to one of Norway's largest holding companies, Ferd.


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