When I saw looking at the photos in Malaysia I was wondering: what are the things in Malaysia that are different from the other Southeast Asian countries? Hence, I was trying to find out “something about…” these Southeast Asian countries and let see if I could come out with a better answer to my questions.
Like Turkey, it was one of my great journeys – it’s exotic, it’s cultural, and it has a long, rich history. I have written about the Cotton Castle and the Salt flat, and I have also visited some man-made ancient Greek cities on the West Coast of Turkey – Troy, Pergamon and Ephesus.
I titled my visits to the Italian cities “Run! Run!” because I was really in a hurry – I had only a week in Italy and I wanted to cover as much of the country as possible. My 7-hour mission to see all the essentials of Venice and it was amazing!
Sure, the district would look much more lively and energetic during summer time, it does not necessarily mean it is a bad time to visit the fall. It has another kind of snowy charm at Christmas.
Dubai is rapidly growing and it changed a lot for the last couple of years. Apart from all the city thrills, luxury hotels, and exotic sights. I visited the Arabian Desert and had a great experience!
Bali is cultural. And the Barong dance one of the great traditions based on a classic Balinese mythology. Walking through the Monkey Forest, Ubud and reached the Ubud for the Barong Dance – a great way to relax and enjoy an afternoon!
Kyoto is peacefully remained as the center of culture, history, religion and tourism in Japan. But the city is much bigger than you think! This time, I explore some farther temples in the city with a bike!
Watarrka National Park was a amazing. For 3.5 hours, we enjoyed the breathtaking view and a geology lesson about how the wondrous mother nature. Why the rocks have ripples? Why they are beehive-like domes? What to pack for the three-day tours in the outback?
Wayoutback 3-day tour in Australia Day 2: Uluru Sunrise, Kata Tjuta, The Valley of the Winds and Kings Creek Station. We walked through Kata Tjuta & camping under the amazing starry sky… and flashback of sunset in Alice Springs!
I had a friend visiting Europe but only stopped over in London for just one and a half day – definitely not enough for to actually “see” this historical and cultural mega-city in the UK! So, it’s a mission to make sure he sees as much of London as possible with a bicycle in 1 day…
Oslo: a stylish, trendy, fashionable and modern Norwegian Capital. Vigelandsparken is one of the must-see places in the city. I knew I was in for a treat but it was until I actually visited the park and it has become my favorite urban park that I have visited so far!