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Do you know what the PHILIPPINES stand for? The Philippines is a tropical paradise that promises a truly unforgettable experience! Its crystal-clear waters, powdery white sands, and lush landscapes make it a true feast for the senses. You can soak up the sun on idyllic beaches, explore breathtaking natural wonders,

Padar Island – The Most Beautiful Short Hike I’ve Ever Done

At Padar Island, I had the most beautiful 30-Minute Hike I’ve Ever Done. This island is one of the more than 17,000 stunning islands in Indonesia! Padar Island is a unique destination, with its raw and rugged landscapes and crystal-clear waters. The island is surrounded by a turquoise sea that

25 Reasons Why Indians Are Cool

I asked AI, or Artificial Intelligence, on “25 Reasons Why Indians are Cool.” You might be surprised by what this technology has to say.  Get ready to buckle up and take a wild ride through the coolness that is India! The land of masala chai, Bollywood, and the best street

10 Bike-Friendly Cities in the World

Bike-friendly cities are becoming increasingly popular as people look for ways to explore new places in a sustainable and healthy way. With dedicated bike lanes, bike rental services, and flat terrain, these cities make it easy for both locals and visitors to cycle around and enjoy the sights. In this

Where to Watch the Sunrise in Shanghai

Shanghai, the largest city in China, is a modern metropolis with a rich history and diverse culture. With its towering skyscrapers, bustling streets, and vibrant energy, it’s a city that never sleeps. However, one of the best ways to start the day in Shanghai is to witness the sunrise. Watching

5 Beautiful Temples to Visit in Bangkok

Bangkok is rich in culture and history, with many stunning temples to explore. Here are five major temples you won’t want to miss on your visit to the city: Wat Phra Kaew / Temple of the Emerald Buddha This is the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. Located within the

The Golden Mount Temple in Bangkok

The Golden Mount Temple, also known as Wat Saket, is a historic temple in Bangkok, Thailand. Here are 10 interesting facts about this beautiful and fascinating temple: 1. Wat Saket is one of the oldest temples in Bangkok, having been built in the late 18th century during the Ayutthaya period.

Attractions to Explore at Hengdian World Studios for Two Days

These are the attractions to explore at Hengdian World Studios in the Zhejiang province of China. It is a must-see destination for any film or history enthusiast. With its sprawling grounds and numerous sets, it is known as the “Hollywood of China” and has been the filming location for numerous

Six Pagodas to Visit in Yangon

Yangon, the largest city in Myanmar, is a vibrant and bustling destination with a rich cultural heritage. One of the city’s most notable features is its stunning pagodas, which are an important part of the country’s Buddhist tradition. Here are three pagodas that are worth a visit during your trip

Hengdian World Studios – The Hollywood of China

Hengdian World Studios is in the Dongyang district of Zhejiang province in eastern China. It is the world’s largest film and television production facility. Spread across more than 4 square kilometers, the studio features a wide range of sets and locations, including replicas of ancient Chinese palaces, temples, and streetscapes

Wat Pho – The Temple of the Reclining Buddha

Wat Pho, also known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, is a must-see destination for travelers visiting Bangkok, Thailand. Located in the Phra Nakhon district, Wat Pho is one of the oldest and largest temples in the city and is home to a number of important cultural and historical

Wat Arun at Night in Bangkok

The vibrant city of Bangkok transforms into a sparkling oasis of lights and sounds as the sun sets on Bangkok. And at the heart of it all sits Wat Arun, the iconic temple known for its stunning architecture and breathtaking views. Located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya

Ancient Zhuge Village in the Evening

Zhuge Village is an ancient Chinese settlement in China’s Zhejiang Province. Unlike other remaining ancient villages in China, Zhuge stands out differently from the rest. It is one of the two ancient villages in China whose layout is based on the Yin and Yang emblem. Thus, the locals call it

Part 3: Exploring Bagan Temples in One Day

Exploring Bagan Temples in one day is possible – on a motorbike. Yep, you can rent a motorbike and go at your own pace! However, I’d still advise you to ask for a map from the hotel/hostel receptionist. And don’t just ride unprepared. The weather in Bagan is scorching hot

Morning at Zhuge Bagua Village in Zhejiang

Zhuge Bagua is an ancient village in Zhejiang Province in the eastern part of China. It has a history that dates back to the Qing and Ming Dynasties. The locals call it “Zhugecun.” History has it that the village’s name comes from the last name Zhuge which was widespread in