One Sigiriya, three perspectives. Admiring the famous Lion Rock from Pidurangala, the ancient city’s Water Gardens, and the rock summit.
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…
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.
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!
My impression of Helsinki: compact, cultural, clean and cool. I stayed in the city for a few days in winter, yet I found the city was welcoming and charming. Helsinki’s city center is compact and easy to navigate, while tourists could basically go anywhere on foot. Here is a 2-day easy going itinerary of the major attractions in Finland’s Daughter of the Baltic.
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.
Must see temples and pagodas in Bagan, Myanmar, out of it’s 2,220 Buddhist monuments in town.
There are over 2,200 temples and pagodas in Bagan, Myanmar. They survived earthquakes, political turmoil, and time to the present day. Here are the must see temples and pagodas in Bagan, which are simply – the best 😊.
This episode is about the onion domes. Visiting Novodevichy Convent, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, and most importantly, Moscow Kremlin and admire the beauty of Russian architecture!
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.
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.