Travel: How Futuristic Do You Want Your Experience?

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Futuristic cityscapes transport us into realms where towering skyscrapers pierce the heavens, their facades adorned with sleek, reflective surfaces that shimmer in the ambient glow of neon lights with physical experience promising to be next to non. The urban sprawl promise has been likened to a symphony of advanced architecture and innovative design, where eco-friendly megastructures seamlessly coexist with cutting-edge technology. Elevated walkways and transparent tunnels crisscross the skyline, connecting soaring buildings and floating gardens suspended in mid-air. Autonomous vehicles glide noiselessly through the air or sleek, subterranean channels, guided by a web of interconnected smart systems. Is this your vision of future travel experience and how soon do you want it?

Such cities will hum with energy, both figuratively and literally, as renewable energy sources power dazzling displays of holographic advertisements and interactive urban installations. Inhabitants will traverse the city on levitating transports, and green spaces will harmoniously integrate with the built environment, creating a utopian vision of a harmonious coexistence between nature and technology, including automatic health screening and isolation advice perhaps. Oh wait..... Was I dreaming? Let's see what the next several years hold in store for global infrastructural development. Manhattan and other Asian cities might present the unthinkable to tourists. What do you think?

Dr Oghenekevwe Daniel Ogidigben

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