Asia

Masjid Jamek Mosque KualaLumpur Malaysia 1

Masjid Jamek Mosque is a Wonderful Refuge from the Busy City

Masjid Jamek Mosque is a wonderful refuge from the topsy-turvy streets of Kuala Lumpur. The traffic outside this Islamic place

Arab Street Singapore 3

Is Arab Street the Most Colorful Neighborhood in Singapore?

Is Arab street the most colorful neighborhood in Singapore? For me, I think it is. I went there once during

Botataung Pagoda Paya Yangon Myanmar 1

At Botataung Pagoda, You Will Find Buddha’s Hair

Botataung Pagoda in downtown Yangon is one of the many pagodas in the city where you will find a piece

Hoi An Houses Morning Vietnam 1

Visiting Old Town Hoi An – Was it Really Worth the Hype?

Visiting Old Town Hoi An in Vietnam was a disappointing experience for me. And I’d say this early in this

Mt Batur Sunrise Volcano Bali 4

My Adventurous Trek to Mt Batur Volcano to Watch the Sunrise

My adventurous trek to Mt Batur volcano to watch the sunrise was all worth it! “Sunrise trek to Mount Batur?

Petronals Tower Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Travel 2

Petronas Towers – The World’s Tallest Twin Towers

The Petronas Towers are identical towers that are synonymous to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. They’re the most iconic skyscrapers and

Train Street Hanoi Vietnam 5

Hanoi Train Street is Open for Business – and the Tourists are Back!

Hanoi Train Street is back on business – after it was shut down in October 2019. Police authorities said it

Sule Pagoda Paya – Yangon Myanmar 3

Sule Pagoda – Serenity Amidst the Traffic in Yangon?

Sule Pagoda or Sule Paya centrally locates itself in the middle of the traffic in Yangon. It’s in a roundabout

Sunrise in Borobudur Yogyakarta Indonesia Java 10

Borobudur Sunrise – in a State of Peace Surrounded by Hundreds of Buddha Statues

Borobudur sunrise is a must-see for those who love watching the golden hour in the morning. At the world’s largest

Little India Singapore Asia 1

The Colors of Little India in Singapore

The colors of Little India in Singapore are as vibrant as its culture. No, I’m not talking about the colors