The first totally undersea restaurant – Ithaa is located in the Maldives Rangali Island in Alif Dhaal Atoll in the Republic of Maldives. Ithaa signifies “mother – of – pearl” in Dhivehi language. It has a total capacity of 14 people and it has a transparent roof, which offers one the possibility to have a 270 degrees panoramic view underwater.
This restaurant was designed by M.J.Murphy and was opened in 2005, in April. The food which was decided to be served here is as well special, as if at first it was consistent of just some types, with time it evolved and it got to be able to serve both contemporary European food as well as Asian influences food. A menu can range between 120 dollars and 250 dollars. How can you reach the restaurant? Even you may not know to swim; the restaurant is reachable through a wooden walkway from the Over – Water Sunset Grill Restaurant. The attire to come to this restaurant is smart as the public they want to attract is the select one.
Visiting a town may turn out to be more interesting than one can figure out and this is what Coober Pedy, the subterranean town from Australia can account for. This is one of the weirdest towns in the world, due to the heat, 80 percentages of the population live and work underground. This is said to be “the Opal Capital of the World” and the first opal found here was in 1915 and ever since, opal is the thing they are known for and with what they supply the entire world.
This is a town mainly based on mining but apart from this thing they do, people do have a life of their own and do other things like going to church, restaurant or shopping – all of it underground. One of the weird things here is the golf field, which has no piece of grass whatsoever. The grass here is replaces bu sand wet with oil.