One Sigiriya, three perspectives. Admiring the famous Lion Rock from Pidurangala, the ancient city’s Water Gardens, and the rock summit.
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!
If you have only a few hours to spare during transit and would like to see as much Santiago as you can, consider the Sky Castanera experience. 🙂
The Table Mountain is a flat-topped mountain and a prominent landmark overlooking the city of Cape Town. Nelson Mandela once declared Table Mountain ‘a Gift to the Earth’, my day of visit could not turn out any more perfectly – and so I have a few tips about visiting the Table Mountain, Cape Town: best time to go, useful tips & more!
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.
Top 8 things to do in the amazing Bali! Ubud, Uluwatu, Kuta Beach, Lake Batur, local food, elephant safari park, civet coffee plantation, … & more!
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 😊.
I visited Iceland in August and the best thing about visiting Iceland in summer (except missing the chance to catch the northern lights) was that the sun (almost) never goes down. That’s why I had a 12-hour day touring the Highland Road & Golden Circle: Þingvellir, Gullfoss & Geysir.
The day of my Havana journey continues with an intimate lunch at Restaurante Paladar Café Laurent, vintage car experience in Miramar, visit of the Revolution Square and Hotel Nacional, and ended at the Malecón!
I wondered was there somewhere outside Las Vegas that we could see? and so we had a 2-hour drive to Utah’s Zion National Park and magic happened at the end of the day as I saw a multi technicolor light show – If only a man-made light show could have such a scale.