Kicking off 2014 in style, mTrip is excited to announce the launch of V2.5 with our first major redesign! Over the years we’ve updated the design and added several popular features but V2.5 is the biggest update yet! Breaking off from our real-life based design, the travel guides now sport a flat user interface. The new interface is slicker, more functional and easier to use! We’ve also added some new features, such as additional trip planning options, new ways to sort the guide and a search option directly on the map. Read more
Legendary artist Andy Warhol is the inspiration for a new exhibit “Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Featuring 45 works by Warhol himself and 100 works by 60 together other artists inspired by Warhol’s creations, the exhibit brings examples Warhol’s work as well as those by other artists who “reinterpret, respond, or react to his ground breaking view”.
Singapore is not usually the first to come to mind while picturing a green city but the new Gardens by the Bay may change that. Opening this past June, the garden’s feature everything from boardwalks and lakes to conservatories and solar Supertrees while taking an environmentally friendly approach. Built on 101 hectares of reclaimed land, they are split into three sections: The Bay Central, Eastern and South Gardens. The Bay Central Garden is still under development but is designed to bridge the other two gardens.
After four years of construction the Tokyo Sky Tree is only a few weeks away from opening its doors to the public on May 22, 2012. It is now the world’s tallest tower measuring in at an astonishing 2080ft or 634 meters tall and is the premier destination to enjoy breathtaking views of Tokyo.