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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.

  • From Bastille to La Villette: A Boat Ride Up the Canal St. Martin

    From Bastille to La Villette: A Boat Ride Up the Canal St. Martin

    Any city looks different from the water. The canal St. Martin is a favorite spot in Paris and taking a boat ride on the canal was a great opportunity to discover (and shoot) another side of the canal.

  • Shopping Hours Are Now Over at this Mall

    Shopping Hours Are Now Over at this Mall

    There is a new landlord for Singapore's Turf City shopping mall and nobody really knows what's going to happen to this place after February 2012. So before it gets razed to the ground, I decided to pay a visit to the former turf club, where horses once raced against each other for our entertainment.

  • Visiting An Open Air Japan Tourism Fair

    Visiting An Open Air Japan Tourism Fair

    Japan is one of the countries that I want to visit. However, I don’t think I’ll be able to travel to Japan anytime soon. So the next best thing I can do to discover Japan without leaving my shores is to visit Japan tourism fairs and events such as the Japan National Tourism Organization's outdoor art exhibition at Singapore’s Orchard Road.

  • Picnic on the Take-off Strip

    Picnic on the Take-off Strip

    The former area of Belin-Tempelhof Airport is now a park at the heart of Berlin and is available for everyone to relax and enjoy some free time activities. As usual in this city, history and modern lifestyle are closely intertwined: you can lie back, chilling out with a fresh beer on the take-off strip of a heritage airport, welcome to Berlin!

  • Roma, Italy Through the Eyes of a Child

    Roma, Italy Through the Eyes of a Child

    Many years ago, when I was a child, I went on a trip with my parents in Florence and Rome, two great Italian cities, full of art and history, with my first camera, a Kodak Instamatic (still 100 percent working!)

  • The Lost City of Machu Picchu

    The Lost City of Machu Picchu

    Two thousand four hundred and thirty meters above sea level, the Incas built this amazing city made entirely of huge rocks, cut out so perfectly that not even a human hair could pass through them. But why? Why all this effort? Just to show the world they could do it?

  • Love, love, love

    Love, love, love

    Love is in the air...everywhere! All these photos were taken on the lakes of Regio Insubria, a land between Switzerland (Region of Ticino) and the North of Lombardia. This region is full of wonderful lakes, which are also wonderful places to celebrate love and friendships!

  • Travel Escapades in 2011: Beijing, China

    Travel Escapades in 2011: Beijing, China

    A couple of days in the capital of China brings endless thrill and enchantment

  • Paris of the East: The Bund, Shanghai

    Paris of the East: The Bund, Shanghai

    A night at the legendary bund, Shanghai, proves to be everything within expectation.

  • Noryangjin Fish Market: Seoul's Best

    Noryangjin Fish Market: Seoul's Best

    Do you like visiting the market? What about a fish market? The Noryangjin Fish Market is the largest fish market in Seoul and has been selected by the Seoul Metropolitan Government as one of the top 100 must-see sights in Seoul City!

  • Seoul City Guide - Night On the Town Call Out!

    Seoul City Guide - Night On the Town Call Out!

    That's right, we're already starting work on a Lomography City Guide for the wonderful city of Seoul - that bustling metropolis where traditional Eastern practices mesh seamlessly with modern technology! What's even more important is that we want *you* to be a part of it! Read on to find out how!

  • Dresden: Lost and Found!

    Dresden: Lost and Found!

    In the middle of the 1990s I took some photos of Dresden but I lost my film and it was only last year when I found it inside a little box in my library. When I developed the film, the colours are 100% Lomo! All these pictures were taken with a Praktica LB, still 100% working

  • My Most Memorable Travel Escapade of 2011: Being a Tourist on Home Soil

    My Most Memorable Travel Escapade of 2011: Being a Tourist on Home Soil

    Frustrated at not having the means nor the time to travel overseas, I decided to visit touristy places in my own country (Singapore), and discovered a whole new perspective of viewing home.

  • Unforgettable Iloilo, A Queen of a City

    Unforgettable Iloilo, A Queen of a City

    Not even a troublesome trip can deny the beauty of the Queen City of the South - Iloilo.

  • Punggol: Once Desolate, Now a Thriving Suburban Town!

    Punggol: Once Desolate, Now a Thriving Suburban Town!

    Until recently, Punggol was deemed by many as too desolate and inaccessible to be even remotely hospitable. It was a town in Singapore so unpopular that for a while, people would jokingly say you'd need a passport to go there. These days, Punggol is seeing an unprecedented spike in population size, and the erection of many attractions to cater to its residents present many opportunities for picture taking.

  • Urban Adventures at Lim Chu Kang Lane Abandoned British Barracks

    Urban Adventures at Lim Chu Kang Lane Abandoned British Barracks

    Drive down to Lim Chu Kang lanes after Neo Tiew to see the once occupied British Barracks and photograph the area! You may have realised that there is a row of very rundown fenced-up barracks along Lim Chu Kang lanes when nearing the SLE Kranji entrance, they are once used by the British as a camp before World War II ended.

  • My Most Memorable Travel Escapade of 2011: New York City

    My Most Memorable Travel Escapade of 2011: New York City

    Travel can come in all different shapes and sizes. In 2011, I was very fortunate that my travel came apple-shaped - BIG apple shaped.

  • Basel, Switzerland

    Basel, Switzerland

    Basel is located at the northwest of Switzerland, bordering France and Germany. The magnificent Rhine River flows through the city of Basel. The German Black Forest is only a short distance away across the river.

  • Paris, the City of Art and Culture

    Paris, the City of Art and Culture

    You don’t really to have to wander far to find works of art when you’re in Paris. This is my second trip to Paris. Unfortunately, this time, my stay was cut short due to events beyond my control. Thus, I had only an afternoon to explore the sights before catching the next 13-hour flight home.

  • Seven Star Lake (Qixingtan) in Hualien, Taiwan

    Seven Star Lake (Qixingtan) in Hualien, Taiwan

    A beautiful stretch of coastline that lies at the tip of a crescent bay overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Back in August, my friends and I decided to take a much needed beach vacation in the eastern part of Taiwan. Like all dramatic holiday stories, Super Typhoon Nanmadol hit our island the day before we were set for the beach.