It’s been some time that I visit the riverside of Bangkok. In fact, there are some new landmarks and markets popping up along the river, in between some of the Bangkok historic classics. We re-visited the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Wat Arun, had a great time shopping and fine-dining experience in a day!
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?
Something about… Taroko, Taiwan. Visiting Quishui Cliff, Swallow Grotto, Shakadang Trail, and more. Then I started to appreciate the stunning beauty of the Taroko Gorge in the rain under the mysterious overcast.
Only have I walked through the deafening thunder and perfect storm, I surrendered to the power & awakened to the utter beauty of the mother nature #victoriafalls
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!
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!
The old city center of Malacca is listed as a Unesco Heritage Site with architecture from different cultures, walking through the Melaka Heritage Trail is like “Round the world in one hot day”!
The best way to explore these heritages would be on foot, or, by trishaws…
The three must-sees in Bohol, Philippines: Adorable tarsier, Loboc river cruise with music, and Chocolate Hills.
Comprised of over 7,500 islands (where 2000 of them are inhabited), the Philippine archipelago is full of surprises.
Florence… it was a place of my dream. The old town was still compact and packed with countless fine arts – cathedral, churches, mansions, palaces… it takes days, or even months, for a visitor to look at them all in an area within walking distance.
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.