The infinity pool on top of three Singaporean skyscrapers, the ingenious Indonesian method for building motorway flyovers, the water puppets of Vietnam, and a very slow venomous primate.
The three skyscrapers of the Marina Bay Sands resort in Singapore have a park and an infinity pool resting on top of them.
Indonesian engineer Tjokorda Raka Sukawati invented an ingenious way to build an overpass without closing the road underneath it: the thousand shoulders.
In Vietnam the puppets can swim.
The slow loris of Southeast Asia is one of very few venomous primates.
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