Standing on 3,800 meter above sea level in Cusco, Peru. Admiring Inca heritage sites, Spanish-style cathedrals and Peruvian food – while beating the altitude sickness.
We visited Madrid during Easter. Beyond the yummylicious food, The Golden Triangle of Art, we stroll through the historic center, soaking in the Spanish royalty, culture, and history.
Then I saw something extraordinary…
Well Singapore (at least to me) is a tropical metropolis that visitor would probably see pretty much everything in a visit or two. Let’s enjoy a relaxing weekend getaway in Marina Bay, Singapore with incredible greenery, infinity pool and modern art!
Kia Ora! It’s a warm greeting in Maori’s native tongue, wishing good health.
Dive into Maori’s culture in a Maori Village, visit the largest geyser in the southern hemisphere, and find a kiwi bird in Rotorua, New Zealand.
Together with the Niagara Falls in North America and the Iguazu Falls in South America, the Victoria Falls in Africa is one of the three greatest waterfalls in the world. Being the most photographed natural spectacle in both countries, tourists constantly asked: Which side of Victoria Falls is better: Zambia or Zimbabwe?
Chiang Rai is a small town with a great manifestation of Thai contemporary art. There are two places created by two notable Thai artists and oddly enough, the color scheme of these sites are quite the opposite.
A guest post! It’s all about France and you may want to listen to what Marie has to say about why this country is so amazing.
(Plus Tips for a River Cruise!)
Top 8 things to do in Hanoi! Old Quarter, Hoàn Kiếm Lake, water puppet show, delicious Vietnam cuisine, historic monuments, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, & more!
The food, signature dishes, and the World’s Best Restaurants in the culinary paradise Lima.
Forgive me, that I had absolutely no idea about the culinary status of Peru in the world until a month before my visit. People said Peruvian cuisine is “the fruit of a long embrace that combines people from all over the world”. Well, the embrace continued and welcomed me with loving arms.
Myanmar is not exactly a travel hotspot in the Southeast Asia like the neighboring Thailand, Malaysia or Singapore. It, however, retains a strong culture and history that looks novel to me as I was there. If you are a fan of Cultural travel, there is something you would enjoy immensely – not just to see, but also feel, taste, and experience.