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.
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!
I have been to Los Angeles more than I could remember… but I have never come around to see the city. Until one time I had a 12-hour window to take a quick spin in the downtown of Los Angeles by metro…
Hong Kong has a unique and gorgeous cityscape that simply can’t find elsewhere. A wide and bustle natural wide harbor, embraced by overwhelming skyscrapers and steep green hills as a back canvas…
When I heard of a “sky garden”, I always go back and imagine the ancient wonders – the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Although the concept of building gardens in buildings is not exactly new, I do think it is a renewed trend in modern architecture to bring greenness to the urban space.
The higher you go, the farther you see. It is also the more you see. I love reaching high points and appreciate the city layout, grids, architecture and cityscape. Especially Paris is rather flat and situated on the river Seine, you might see the city a little bit differently from the above. 🙂