Four Christmases: Berlin. Prague. Budapest. Vienna. A travel guide and tips about food, locations, traditions, and features of the Christmas markets in these four cities.
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!
There are so many iconic sights in the city which I think takes at least a week in the city to cover all them all; While it might take a little bit more time to explore the new shops and restaurants in the city, here are my list of classic and iconic places in New York City that you must visit!
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!
A day trip from Miami to Key West – the southernmost point of everything in the US. Taste a key lime pie, check out the southernmost points, enjoy great sightseeing and view the most beautiful Caribbean sunset.
What to see and do for a stopover in Sydney? Here are some tips and guides of the city’s classic: Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, George Street, Paddington, Surry Hills, Kings Cross, Haymarket & China Town.
A 2-day itinerary in Florence, visiting the churches, mansions, museums, palaces, and much more historic architecture and magnificent art!
Driving across the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge with the radio tuned in KOIT 96.5, a radio channel in the Bay area with nothing else but Christmas tunes… “What a lovely place to be”.
A trip in Chengdu, West China – visit the adorable giant panda and learn a little bit about the history of Three Kingdoms in the ancient world.
The great thing about DDP is because it’s open for public, it’s permenant, it’s located in a prime location, it has shops and it constantly has different theme exhibitions; therefore, people from all walks of life could be inside the building and “enjoy something” with it.