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Cambodia's Private Island Resort

Resort Site [http://songsaa.com/#!/resort/resort-information/] In Cambodia’s untouched Koh Rong Archipelago, two pristine islands lie side by side. They are known locally as Song Saa – Khmer for ‘The Sweethearts’. Song Saa Private Island is as seductive as the name implies. Think intimate. Think luxurious. But above all think harmony – with all the elements of nature that make this place so special. The resort spans the islands of Koh Ouen and Koh Bong, connected by a footbridge over a marine reserve we have established to safeguard the islands’ reefs and marine life including turtles, seahorses and exotic species of tropical fish. It features luxury Over-Water, Jungle and Ocean-View villas built with sustainable materials and with the deepest respect for the natural environment. At the resort’s heart is a world-class restaurant and lounge, spectacularly positioned just off the island’s shoreline and surrounded by sea. A short stroll on the boardwalk will leave you perfectly positioned to take in dramatic sunsets, seascapes and starry nights. From the moment you set foot on Song Saa’s exquisite islands, we hope you won’t have a care in the world. For this reason, we provide a simple Always-Included pricing policy: one price, per villa, per night. The only exceptions to this are motorised water activities, some adventure and conservation experiences as well as treatments at the resort’s sanctuaries.
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@zaneh Yep, set aside some time for some fun in the sun and swimming. XD @Tapsamai Yeah, I'm sure that's probably the case.
I think only rich people would come there !! :(!!
@zaneh We'll meet you there! :D
welp see you guys later im on my way to cambodia as we speak lol!
@cheerfulcallie @blairwitme @Saravy Alright, alright. I get the hint. I'll pay for ALL of us to go here. Hahahahaha! But, my god. I really do want to come here. It's freaking amazing!
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Mẫu nhà lắp ghép 2 tầng đẹp cho homestay Mẫu nhà lắp ghép Triangle 2 tầng này phù hợp cho homestay có ngân sách đầu tư thấp, nó tối giản công năng nhưng bù lại có thiết kế kế bắt mắt gây ấn tượng với du khách. ♦ Diện tích mẫu nhà lắp ghép Triangle này: 3m x 7m và cao 4m Mẫu nhà lắp ghép tam giác (Triangle) Châu Âu Mẫu nhà lắp ghép tam giác này có kiến trúc Châu Âu nhìn khá bắt mắt. Khuyết điểm của kiến trúc này là có nhiều góc hẹp khó binh bố công năng hoàn mỹ... (nguồn hình ảnh: behance) Với mẫu nhà lắp ghép triangle đầy đủ nội thất tiện nghi này phù kinh doanh homestay, farmstay và làm căn Second Home cho những ngày nghỉ cuối tuần thư giản gắn kết yêu thương gia đình. Nhà gỗ lắp ghép giá rẻ cho homestay Mẫu nhà này có kích thước đa dạng từ 15m2 đến 24m2 (tương ứng: 3m x 5m, 4m x 5m, 4m x 6m), nội thất Ông Kiến miễn phí thiết kế nội thất theo yêu cầu của khách. Nói giá rẻ cũng không hẵn là kém chất lượng, do mẫu nhà gỗ lắp ghép này có kết cấu đơn giản, thi công nhanh, ít tốn vật tư hơn những mẫu nhà lắp ghép ở trên nhưng vẫn đảm bảo sự chắc chắn của ngôi nhà. (Nguồn hình ảnh #behance) https://sites.google.com/site/thietkebungalow/xu-huong-nha-go-lap-ghep-cho-homestay Thi công nhà gỗ lắp ghép cho homestay Nhà gỗ lắp ghép của Ông Kiến khá độc đáo và mới lạ ở Viêt Nam nhưng hứa hẹn sẽ đem lại nhiều tiềm năng trong tương lai khi con người quá mệt mỏi, tù túng với không gian nhà hộp phố với 4 bức tường vô vị. Nhà lắp ghép của Ông Kiến có kiến trúc Geodesic Dome giúp ngôi nhà này có khả năng chịu lực tốt mà dáng vẻ vẫn mềm mại. Đặc biệt Dome House được đánh giá cao về tính thích nghi biến đổi khí hậu so với kiểu nhà khối hộp thông thường. Thi công sản phẩm mẫu tại xưởng sản xuất Có nhiều giai đoạn hoàn thiện nhà lắp ghép, mình xin tóm tắt 2 giai đoạn lắp ghép tại xưởng. Đây là hình thực tế tại Xưởng sản xuất gỗ nội thất Ông Kiến. 1. Sản xuất module lắp ghép 2. Lắp ghép nhà gỗ bằng module Thi công lắp đặt nhà gỗ tại công trình cho homestay Dome House Bungalow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNAu8N0vn2g Với việc thi công xây dựng nhà lắp ghép tận nơi giúp giảm rất nhiều gánh nặng chi phí vận chuyển của 2 bên đồng thời có thể thi công dễ dàng ở khu vực sườn dốc hay nhưng nơi du lịch biển đảo mà các mẫu bungalow nguyên khối khác khó tiếp cận được. Vật liệu thường dùng xây dựng nhà lắp ghép cho homestay như: Gỗ là loại vật liệu chính xuất hiện trong xây dựng và nội thất từ hàng nghìn năm nay. Tuy vậy, gỗ không phải là loại vật liệu có độ bền cao, cách âm kém, đặc biệt là với điều kiện khí hậu nhiệt đới nóng ẩm, mưa nhiều như ở Việt Nam. Dưới sự ảnh hưởng của thời tiết khắc nghiệt và môi trường xung quanh, gỗ sẽ sớm bị hư hỏng nếu không có những thủ pháp xử lý và bảo vệ đặc biệt. Giải pháp nhà gỗ lắp ghép này rất phù hợp với các khu nghỉ dưỡng, nhà nghỉ cuối tuần hoặc nhà ở tiện dụng với nhiều mẫu nhà đơn giản, truyền thống, cổ điển, đáp ứng mọi tiêu chí xây dựng cho homestay. Kết cấu sàn bao gồm: ♦ Khung sắt. ♦ Bê tông nhẹ ♦ Ván sàn công nghiệp. Kết cấu "lớp vỏ" nhà gỗ lắp ghép cho homestay bao gồm: ♦ Lớp bitum phủ đá nhập khẩu có tác dụng bảo vệ Dome House chống chọi với thời tiết với độ bền trên 20 năm. ♦ Lớp mút tráng bạc cách nhiệt phủ ngoài hoặc lớp giấy dầu chống thấm hỗ trợ bitum chống nóng và mưa. ♦ Lớp ván ép định hình với khung xương. ♦ Lớp mút xốp 5cm cách âm hoặc phun foam cách âm cách nhiệt. ♦ Lớp trong cùng plywood phủ melamine hoặc vách lamri gỗ thông phong cách mộc. Đơn vị chuyên thiết kế thi công xây dựng nhà lắp ghép cho homestay Uy tín chất lượng tạo thương hiệu, chúng tôi cam đoan điều đó. Liên hệ ngay Nội thất Ông Kiến là đơn vị chuyên thiết kế thi công nhà gỗ lắp ghép cho homestay tại TpHCM và các Tỉnh thành lân cận... Chúng tôi đã cung cấp rất nhiều mẫu thiết kế nhà lắp ghép đẹp dạng mái vòm (geodesic dome) và nhà tam giác lắp ghép (triangle) cho các dự án thiết kế thi công homestay, resort bungalow... các khu nghỉ dưỡng ven biển như Phan Thiết, Nha Trang, Đà Nẵng, Huế, các vùng cao và thung lũng như Đà Lạt, Lâm Đồng... và những vùng du lịch sông nước như Đồng Tháp, Bến Tre, Cần Thơ... Liên hệ: Nội thất Ong Kiến ➤ Địa chỉ: 161 Vườn Lài, An Phú Đông, Quận 12, Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh ➤ Hotline: 0946 78 79 83 kts Tịnh ➤ Điện thoại: 093 718 72 47 Cam kết với khách hàng ➤ Giá tốt nhất so với thị trường ➤ Giao hàng đúng tiến độ ➤ Sản phẩm đúng chất lượng và thẩm mỹ ➤ Chế độ bảo hành, bảo trì chuyên nghiệp và tận tâm. ➤ Tư vấn tận tình khảo sát tận nơi. https://goo.gl/maps/xjnvzgzTWKeEdLEo7
Meenakshi Amman Temple
Meenakshi Amman Temple, also known as Minakshi-Sundareshwara Temple, is one of the oldest and most important temples in India. Located in the city of Madurai, the temple has great mythological and historical significance. It is believed that Lord Shiva assumed the form of Sundareswarar (the handsome one) and married Parvati (Meenakshi) at the site where the temple is currently located. Renowned for its amazing architecture, the Meenakshi temple was nominated as one of the wonders of the world, but failed to make the list of the "Seven Wonders of the World". However, the temple is definitely one of the "Wonders of India". It is also one of south India's top attractions with thousands of devotees crowding it every day. During the "Tirukalyanam Festival", which takes place over a period of 10 days, the temple attracts more than one million devotees. Even though many people visit it every day, the temple is well maintained and was named the "Best Iconic Place of Swachh" (the cleanest iconic place) in India. According to a legend, Meenakshi emerged from a "Yajna" (sacred fire) when she was a three-year-old girl. The "Yajna" was performed by a king named Malayadwaja Pandya along with his wife Kanchanamalai. Since the royal couple had no children, the King offered his prayers to Lord Shiva, asking him to grant them a son. But to her dismay, a three-breasted girl emerged from the sacred fire. When Malayadwaja and his wife expressed concern about the girl's abnormal appearance, a divine voice ordered them not to worry about the girl's physical appearance. They were also informed that the girl's third breast will disappear as soon as she meets her future husband. The relieved king appointed her Meenakshi and, in due course, crowned her as his successor. Meenakshi ruled the ancient city of Madurai and also went on to capture the neighboring kingdoms. Legend has it that he even captured Indralok, the abode of Lord Indra, and was also on his way to capture Kailash, the abode of Lord Shiva. When Shiva appeared before her, Meenakshi's third breast disappeared and she knew she had met her half-orange. Shiva and Meenakshi returned to Madurai where their wedding took place. It is said that the wedding was attended by all the gods and goddesses. Since Parvati herself had assumed the form of Meenakshi, Lord Vishnu, Parvati's brother, handed it over to Lord Shiva. Even today, the wedding ceremony is celebrated every year as "Chithirai Thiruvizha", which is also known as "Tirukalyanam" (the big wedding). The history of the Meenakshi temple dates back to the first century AD.C. and scholars claim that it is as old as the city itself. Kulashekarar Pandyan, a king who ruled the Pandyan dynasty, is said to have built the temple according to instructions given in his dream by Lord Shiva. Some religious texts belonging to the first to the fourth century AD.C speak of the temple and describe it as the central structure of the city. Texts dating from the early sixth century describe the temple as a place where scholars met to discuss important issues. However, the temple as it stands today was rebuilt throughout the sixteenth century, as it was destroyed by Muslim invaders. During the fourteenth century E.C., Malik Kafur, a commander of the Delhi Sultanate, led his army to most of southern India and looted many temples, including the famous Meenakshi Temple. Valuables such as gold, silver and precious gems were brought to Delhi. Since temples in those days had an abundance of valuables, most of the temples were destroyed and left in ruins. When the Vijayanagar Empire seized Madurai after defeating the Muslim Sultanate, the temple was rebuilt and reopened. The temple was further expanded in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries by Vishwanatha Nayakar, a king of the Nayaka dynasty. According to the researchers, while rebuilding the temple, the rulers of the Nayaka dynasty followed the architectural style of 'Silpa Shastras'. 'Silpa Shastras' is a set of architectural laws found in ancient texts. The temple was once again expanded by Thirumalai Nayak, who ruled Madurai from 1623 to 1655. During his reign, many "Mandapams" (aisles with pillars) were built. Later, the temple was expanded by many later rulers of Nayaka before the arrival of the British East India Company. The temple was again degraded and parts of it were destroyed during British rule. In 1959, Tamil Hindus began restoration work by collecting donations and collaborating with historians and engineers. The temple was completely restored in 1995.
Home Gutter Maintenance
Cleaning gutters can be a daunting and dreaded task, but as we'll see in this article, it's a must! So read on to know more: How do I know if gutters need cleaning? Maybe the easiest way to see if your gutters need cleaning, without going up onto the roof, of course, is by looking up on a rainy day! If you see that the rain is flowing from anywhere except the drainpipe. If so, gutter cleaning is needed. But let's look at the other telltale signs: 1. Gutter sagging: You need to clean your gutters, so they don't clog with leaves and other dirt. Once they are blocked, the water can no longer flow away. So for every litre of water stuck in the gutter, 1 kilo is added. On long gutters, that, plus other debris, can sum up to a lot of weight! That extra weight causes extra stress, which can eventually break the guttering and cause it to sag. 2. Stained walls: After a rainy day, if you see streaks of dirt or unusual stains under your gutters, then chances are that the water is running over, bringing dirt along with it, as it has nowhere else to go. 3. Larger than usual puddles: The whole point of gutters is to take the water away from your house. If you see big puddles around your home, it could be a sign that the gutters are no longer taking that water away! 4. Birds and other animals: What do birds use to make their nests? Twigs? Leaves? Exactly, and a dirty gutter is full of both of them! So if you see a lot of birds coming and going from your gutters, especially around nesting season, you can be assured that your gutters need cleaning! What about other animals? They might not make the same nests, but many rodents will love to bunk down in a leaf bed! And what do rodents attract? Snakes, another good reason to clean your gutters! 5. Roof garden: If you see that flowers and other plants are sprouting from your roof guttering, the chances are that it's time for a clean! Why? Rotten leaves and other natural debris like dust make good makeshift compost. Compost and water = the perfect environment for your new roof garden! How often should gutters be cleaned? This is a more difficult question to answer. What if I asked you how long is a piece of string? (Twice as long as half its length, but that's for a more philosophical article!) Generally speaking, gutters need to be cleaned twice a year, but certain factors, like if you have overhanging trees, will mean you need to clean your gutters a lot more often! What happens if you don't clean your gutters? It might seem like a trivial matter, but if left uncleaned, it can cause significant problems! 1. It can cause foundation damage. In addition, heavy rains falling on the same stop will soften the soil and even erode the soil surrounding your foundations. This will cause cracks to appear. In the colder areas where it freezes, those cracks can fill with water, which will cause much more problems! 2. Trapped water + wooden building are a recipe for disaster! The dampness can cause the wood to root, weakening the structure. It can also allow rodents and other vermin to enter your house. 3. Creepy crawlies. The same rotten, humid debris that can make you a not so lovely roof garden can also attract all kinds of insects. Of course, if the weather changes for the worse, they'll look for a dry place to hide out, which will probably be inside your house! But that's the least of your insect worries! Insects like termites and carpenter ants are also are attracted to the rotten leaves, and once they've finished the starter, they will probably move on to the main course, your lovely wooden walls, windows, etc. 4. Roof and basement leaks. The excess water has to go somewhere, and that might be your roof space or even your basement! But, of course, this can cause more problems: rotten roof timbers, black mould, water damage, flooding, short circuits and so forth. How to clean your gutters? First of all, you should know that gutter cleaning can be a dangerous task! For example, did you know that 4.5 Australians die every year in ladder-related accidents? And many more are seriously injured! So make sure your ladder is safely placed. If you want to read more about height safety systems, take a look at my other article: Beginners guide to height safety systems or, better yet, talk to a professional about ladder brackets. Now I've warned you about being safe, let's get back to the subject at hand, gutter cleaning: 1. Wear the right clothes! Gutter cleaning is a dirty job! So it's best to wear a long-sleeved shirt, work trousers, and of course, gloves! You don't know what you're going to find up there. 2. You must also make sure that the ladder won't be leaning on the gutter, which could cause it to crack or push it out of place. And as we said before, make sure your ladder is safe and won't slip while you're working. 3. Slowly but surely, remove all debris from the gutter. Be careful not to use anything that might damage the gutter as you're cleaning it. You can buy specialised tools, but you can use an old rubber spatula from the kitchen. • TIP: You might want to place something on the floor below where you will be working, making cleaning up more straightforward once you've clean the gutters. 4. Once all the solid and semi-solid material has been removed, rinse the gutters with water, preferably using a hosepipe. Doing this will also help you find any leaks. 5. Does anything need repairing? Sagging or loose gutters? Leaks? Maybe water damage in the roof itself? 6. Once everything is in tiptop working order, you'll need to clean all the mess you will have made on the floor below. Is it better to call a professional? Now that you've read the dangers and steps needed to clean your gutters, you probably know the answer to this question. There are multiple factors you need to think about before making a decision. First, do you feel up to the job? Second, do you have the right tools? A long enough ladder? Before you decide, why not ask for a free quote? Once you hear the price, you might decide that the DIY path is not worth the trouble! If you're in the area of Sydney, why not go directly to the best gutter cleaner? Sydney Gutter Clean has more than 20 years of experience with thousands of satisfied clients. Not only will they clean your gutters, but they will also make sure your gutters are as good as new! And once they've finished, they guarantee to leave no mess! So visit the gutter cleaning Sydney website today! You'll see much more detailed information and can request a free consultation. You won't regret it! Sydney Gutter Clean Address: 287/495 Pacific Hwy, Crows Nest NSW 2065 Phone: (02) 8020 5777 Website: https://www.gutterclean.com.au/
Enhance your Business Productivity with Private Jet Renting
If air travel is an essential part of your business, you know how much time it can take to take business flights, which can be expensive, inconvenient and stressful. You may already know that renting a commercial jet is a great way to avoid such problems. How can a commercial jet really help your business? Why is a corporate jet charter really appropriate? Check out our six ways Privatjet mieten travel features can increase your productivity and game time - to boost your business and save you money. Enjoy the business facilities at the airport Then whether you want to be productive or relax before your flight, a business jet charter is the answer. When traveling by corporate jet charter, a fixed base operator will handle a portion of your travel. Most FBOs have their own terminals or specialized terminal departments, with VIP lounges and often conference rooms. It can provide you with the tools you need to make sure your business is as successful as ever. When renting a commercial jet, you don't have to worry about long TSA (Transportation Safety Management) lines. Stay in touch Many commercial jets that Flighttime can adjust also have fast Wi-Fi to keep you connected during your flight. Access data access from the cloud, hold meetings online with clients or colleagues or even enjoy Wi-Fi entertainment. Before Privatjet chartern, you want to check if the Wi-Fi on your business aircraft is free or chargeable. Contact us for a business jet recommendation - our aviation experts can advise you on the best aircraft option based on your business needs. Read more here: Enhance your Business Productivity with Private Jet Renting