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Here are our selected world locations! If you're after more globe trotting fun, head over to the main Locations Section.

  • Surfing 'til Summer Ends in La Union

    Surfing 'til Summer Ends in La Union

    Summer is ending, and what better way to spend the rest of it than to surf or at least be at a beach, right? Well, that's what my friends and I did! Join us by reading after the jump!

  • Lisbon Photo Opportunity #3: Tram 28

    Lisbon Photo Opportunity #3: Tram 28

    It is yellow, rounded, makes a funny sound, and it rides along the narrow, old streets of Lisbon - how can you not want a picture of it?

  • Let's Go Visit the Leaning Tower of Malaysia!

    Let's Go Visit the Leaning Tower of Malaysia!

    Let's go visit the Leaning Tower of Malaysia! The Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan is one of the famous landmarks in Perak, and I would like to say that, in the whole of Malaysia as well. It is well known in Malaysia because of its leaning character, which is similar to the world famous Tower of Pisa in Italy. It takes about a 2.5 - 3 hour drive from Selangor.

  • Awanmulan: The Perfect Escape from the City

    Awanmulan: The Perfect Escape from the City

    Sometimes living and working in the middle of the busy city can really get to me. So where does one go for a mini escapade from all these? Come follow me to Awanmulan, the perfect spot for one to relax and chill.

  • The Art of Falling Tear Drops

    The Art of Falling Tear Drops

    This newly-installed work of art is stopping visitors in their tracks. As part of Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal 1’s $400-million upgrade, the airport installed a sculpture that was truly mesmerizing. Read on to find out where.

  • Karangahape Road: An Urban Adventure

    Karangahape Road: An Urban Adventure

    Karangahape Road (aka K Road) located in Central Auckland, is an exciting and cultural location that is perfect for just about anyone. Keep reading for more information!

  • Black and White Paris

    Black and White Paris

    I have spent ten months in Paris participating in the exchange program called Erasmus. I knew before going, that Paris is an amazing and beautiful city. I had been there before and I have already wrote about my favorite places in Paris, but this time, let me show something a little different...Have a look!

  • A Lomography Inspired Trip to Berlin Part 1

    A Lomography Inspired Trip to Berlin Part 1

    After purchasing the Lomography City Guide Berlin on a whim, I suddenly found myself in love with the little world painted inside; and since I've had a hankering to go travelling for quite some time now, I got myself a passport, convinced my friend Sarah that she wanted to come with me, and made my little whimsical dream become a reality! This is part 1 of our Berlin adventures!

  • Volunteering Under African Skies in Malawi

    Volunteering Under African Skies in Malawi

    If you are a Dutch 16-year-old girl, you’re not very likely to find yourself cleaning toilets that are occupied by cockroaches somewhere in Africa. However, that’s one of the things I did this summer when I volunteered in Malawi - and it was amazing.

  • The Streets and People of Guatemala as Seen Through the Lens of Jochen Smuda of Ucon

    The Streets and People of Guatemala as Seen Through the Lens of Jochen Smuda of Ucon

    From pro-rollerblading to running a streetwear brand, Jochen Smuda has a pretty full schedule, but he finds time to travel the world and explore new places. This time, he headed to Guatemala and El Salvador and was kind enough to share some of his favorite analogue photographs of the trip and some insightful tips. Read more after the jump.

  • Modern Toilet Restaurant: To Eat or to Poop?

    Modern Toilet Restaurant: To Eat or to Poop?

    Have you ever tried eating inside a comfort room? Or eating from a toilet bowl? This wacky themed restaurant will definitely give you a unique and fun dining experience as if you're inside your own bathroom!

  • A Little Taste of the Countryside Part II: Cameron Highlands

    A Little Taste of the Countryside Part II: Cameron Highlands

    Cameron Highlands is a little hilly paradise full of hidden surprises and breathtaking scenery. While in Cameron Highlands, you should visit the Time Tunnel Museum, the first memorabilia museum in Malaysia. It was opened by See Kok Shan, an avid collector of knick-knacks and memorabilia.

  • La Cigale: French Themed Market and Cafe

    La Cigale: French Themed Market and Cafe

    In the unlikeliest of places, hidden away from the bustle of Auckland Central, is a place where foodies can do anything from enjoying a relaxing coffee and French pastry to doing their weekly food shop.

  • Buda + Pest = Budapest

    Buda + Pest = Budapest

    The capital of Hungary is the right destination during the European summer or winter! Learn more about it after the jump...

  • Halki: The Perfect Small-Island Getaway from the Digital Grind

    Halki: The Perfect Small-Island Getaway from the Digital Grind

    When the nearest city is a one-hour ferry ride away, you know you’ve escaped! The wonderful island of Halki, Greece, is the perfect sun-soaked getaway from all the hustle and bustle of modern life.

  • Sydney...from a Girl from the Suburbs View

    Sydney...from a Girl from the Suburbs View

    I have lived about one and a half hours north of Sydney my whole life before moving overseas. We went to the big smoke for school trips, special events, and shopping. Upon returning home and showing my Canadian boyfriend around the city, these were the places I had to show him and would recommend to anyone visiting!

  • Urban Adventure at Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

    Urban Adventure at Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

    Gardens by the Bay is a newly-opened attraction on the bayfront of Singapore that boasts of beautiful flora and fauna and spectacular light shows. Located in the heart of Singapore's new downtown Marina Bay, next to the Marina Reservoir, Gardens by the Bay has three distinct waterfront gardens – Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden, and Bay Central Garden. It spans 101 hectares and was originally built to enhance the greenery and flora in Singapore.

  • London Through the (Analog) Eyes of My Mother

    London Through the (Analog) Eyes of My Mother

    A few months ago, I gave my mom a La Sardina (the Mobius version) and she fell in love with it at first sight. This article documents how she saw London during her first visit there through her "analog" eyes.

  • Westminster: The Most London-y View of London!

    Westminster: The Most London-y View of London!

    I love London because there is so much to see and do and photograph there. At every corner there is something worthy of a frame or two, but my favourite place to capture photos is when I exit from the Westminster tube station. Read on to find out why.

  • Ultra-Wide Angle Street Photography with the Lomo LC-Wide in Taipei

    Ultra-Wide Angle Street Photography with the Lomo LC-Wide in Taipei

    When the streets of Taipei City meets an ultra-wide angle lens...black-and-white fun of wide angle street shooting begins. Here's a mini-review of the Lomo LC-Wide as a "street" camera.