Starchild: More dream homes by Malaysian children!


Wong Zhi Ying, 7



Across the world, people live in different types of homes: A bungalow, an igloo or even abodes made of mud. In places near small rivers, some people live on houseboats. In mountainous Mongolia, for example, many nomadic families live in a yurt, a round tent with a conical roof.

But if you fancy a unique home, try living in a cave. In Cappadocia in Turkey, many homes and hotels are built in caves, partly carved from the rocks and partially built with locally-sourced stone.

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