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Inside the Islamic Arts Museum in Kuala Lumpur

Inside the Islamic Arts Museum in Kuala Lumpur, you will find comprehensive collections from the Islamic world. It is filled with anything you want to know and related to the Islamic religion, its history, doctrine, and arts. I really think that every visitor in the city should visit this gem

Nine Travel Essentials That Guarantee a Perfect Vacation

Traveling has a positive and significant influence on one’s life. Life these days is full of problems and stress, and it gets tough to stay optimistic and healthy in such circumstances. Traveling is the one thing that can help you stay active, healthy, and stress-free. It has a tremendous effect

Mt Popa: A Half-Day Trip Outside Bagan

Mt Popa can be explored for a half-day tour outside Bagan. It’s a 50-kilometer journey but due to its unpaved road conditions, it took us an hour and a half to get there. Well, some parts of the road are under construction though. So, hopefully, it gets better in a

Hoi An at Night is a Scene in a Period Movie

Hoi An at night is just like a scene in a period movie. It’s a feast of colours shimmering in all directions. The lanterns hanging on many household doors are a sight to behold. The floating candle offerings on the river are mesmerizing. If you are traveling with the love

Sunrise in Bagan – One You Must Witness

Sunrise in Bagan is one you must witness as a traveler in Myanmar. I’m pretty sure you have seen the picture-perfect postcard of its morning scenery. However, witnessing it will give you joy, exhilaration, and goosebumps, even! It’s an indescribable feeling, really! A whole new world – you’d say!? 😉

Merdeka Square is Kuala Lumpur’s Most Historical Area to Visit

Merdeka Square is definitely Kuala Lumpur’s most historical area I visited while in Malaysia’s capital city. It is, for sure, a tourist attraction you must not miss when exploring the city. You have never been to Kuala Lumpur without visiting this square. Historically, the field here was once used for

Inside Masjid Negara – Malaysia’s National Mosque

Masjid Negara in Kuala Lumpur is Malaysia’s National Mosque completed in 1965. In many city tours, this mosque is one of the tourist attractions where tour buses stop. At first glance, with the absence of the tall minaret, the structure of Masjid Negara doesn’t look like a mosque. Well, it’s

Tirta Empul Temple – Bali’s Sacred Spring Pool

Tirta Empul Temple in Bali (just a few minutes outside Ubud) is the island’s most sacred temple for the Hindus. Everyone is welcome to visit the temple as long as you are dressed properly. That means, no exposed flesh (arms and legs). A sarong at the entrance can be borrowed

20 Things to do and see in Hanoi

Here are 20 things to do and see in Hanoi (Vietnam). If you are into Vietnamese food, this list won’t help you much. I’m not including the names of restaurants because when you are in Hanoi, you can eat everywhere, especially in the Old Quarter. The locals love their food

Walking Tour in Jakarta – Things to Do and See

A walking tour in Jakarta is possible – as long as you have the stamina to walk around, of course! And when I say walk, I’m talking about 4-6 hours of movement from one place to another. But such length of time depends on the pace you’d like to take.

Analana Park – Where the Weird Things Are

At Analana Park – it’s where the weird things are. I mean, they look weird to me. And scary, too! Nope, they’re not of small size but of giant size! Goodness, what if they were real or would suddenly move? I would never have the chance to run nor the
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