[WORLDKINGS] Traditional clothing from around the world – P62 - Admire the cultural and historical symbols of the Republic of Lithuania
(WorldKings.org) Lithuania prides itself on its folk dresses and costumes, which vary in subtle ways in each of the country’s four regions. Once upon a time, Lithuanian peasants were the best dressed in Europe. The quality of the flax was all-important, and as for the handiwork, every woman had ambitions to become a famous weaver.
[WORLDKINGS] Top attractive culinary destinations in the world – P3 - Tsuta Ramen (Japan) : World’s first Michellin starred Ramen restaurant
(WorldKings.org) Ramen, one of the most famous Japanese food, has got more and more popular all over the world lately, and Tokyo is where you should experience the authentic Japanese ramen taste. Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta is the world’s first Michelin starred ramen restaurant receiving a Michelin star in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. It has been one of the busiest ramen spots in Tokyo with only 9 seats especially since it got the first Michelin star.
[WORLDKINGS] Traditional clothing from around the world – P61 - Brass coils : Meaning behind the cultural character of the "long neck tribe" Kanya, Asia
(WorldKings.org) Women of the Kayan tribe in Myanmar are well known for wearing brass coils around their necks their entire lives in order to lengthen it. The belief is the longer the neck, the more beautiful the woman.
[WORLDKINGS] Traditional clothing from around the world – P61 - Discover the impressive and wild costumes of the Native American Indians
(WorldKings.org) Native American Indian tribes lived in the territory of US and Canada long before the conquistadors. They lived in harmony with nature. That's why their culture is closely related with the laws of nature. Native Americans made their garments from animal skins and fur, bark of trees and other materials which they gained hunting and gathering.
[WORLDKINGS] Top attractive culinary destinations in the world – P2 – Dinner in the sky (Belgium) : Enjoy delicious food at the restaurant hovering 50m in the air
(WorldKings.org) Dinner in the Sky is a Belgian based novelty restaurant service which uses a crane to hoist its diners, table, and waiting staff 46 m into the air. Forbes magazine called it one of the world's ten most unusual restaurants. Dinner in the Sky has mobile services available in 15 nations, and has operations in various cities including Paris and Las Vegas.
[WORLDKINGS] The unique contests around the world – P13 - Dog surfing (United States) : Breathtaking performances of puppies
(WorldKings.org) Dog surfing is one of the funniest contests in the world. Let’s find out.
[WORLDKINGS] Top attractive culinary destinations in the world – P1 - Raan Jay Fai: Thai "Queen of Street Food" restaurant with crab omelette
(Worldkings.org) When Jay Fai received a Michelin star for her Raan Jay Fai restaurant, the street food staller owner from Bangkok was shot into the media spotlight. Her fiery noodle place, famous for crab curry and particularly for her crab omelette, was the first street food stall in Thailand to receive a Michelin star.
[WORLDKINGS] Traditional clothing from around the world – P59 - Turban: A historical story of more than 4000 years of religious symbols of the Middle East countries
(WorldKings.org) The turban, named Dulband in Persian and brought to France where it was finally named turban, was always a headwear which originated from communities with prominent turban-wearing traditions in the Indian Subcontinent, Afghanistan, Southeast Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, and the Middle East.
[WORLDKINGS] Traditional clothing from around the world – P58 – Umushanana: An outfit that honors the elegant beauty of the Rwanda woman
(WorldKings.org) There is never a dull moment when one wears it. This is umushanana, Rwanda’s traditional women’s attire. Made of light and heavy silk, it’s flowy and soft and comes in bold prints and plain cloth.
[WORLDKINGS] The famous shopping centers and supermarkets in the world - P63 - K11 Musea: Hong Kong's most prestigious museum-shopping complex
(WorldKings.org) The K11 Art Mall has seven storeys (two underground, five above ground). The B1 and B2 storeys were opened on 27 November 2009, and the rest of the mall was opened on 5 December that year. Retail and restaurants accounted for 80 per cent and 20 per cent of the stores, respectively.