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  • WATta Sunrise!

    WATta Sunrise!
    Have you been to Siam Reap, Cambodia to see the famous Angkor Wat? Well, you can't say you've been there if you haven't seen its sunrise. I got up at around 4AM, hired a tuktuk to bring me there, waited around with a lot of enthusiasts like me at the pond area, only to see this magnificent view. Was it worth it? I hope this article will reveal my answer.
  • A Photogenic Wonder: Visiting Pegan in Burma

    A Photogenic Wonder: Visiting Pegan in Burma
    I arrived at the ancient city of Pegan in Burma (Myanmar) from Mandalay. My overloaded bus pulled up a dusty unsealed road and stopped outside a ramshackle hotel. It was hard to believe that Pegan was one of the premier tourist sights in South East Asia.
  • Come Down to Chinatown in Singapore

    Come Down to Chinatown in Singapore
    In the lead up to the Lunar New Year, Chinatowns everywhere (Singapore included) are constantly packed with people at any time of the day. Though charming even in its busiest moments, Chinatown is best explored early in the morning when the city is only beginning to shake off yesterday's slumber.
  • A Few Days in Angkor: A Visit to the Legendary Khmer Temples!

    A Few Days in Angkor: A Visit to the Legendary Khmer Temples!
    When traveling in Cambodia, you cannot and will not avoid visiting Angkor. And fortunately for you, it’s amazing! Enjoy the temples in the middle of the forest and the paddy fields, going from one to the other by bike or tuk-tuk!
  • Bulguksa Temple of Gyeongju, South Korea

    Bulguksa Temple of Gyeongju, South Korea
    Bulguksa Temple was a temple designated as a World Cultural Asset by UNESCO back in 1995. It is a famous tourist spot and a must go place in Gyeongju. It was built in year 528 during the Silla Kingdom. It underwent several renovations ever since it was built.
  • GyeongJu of South Korea [GolGul Temple]

    GyeongJu of South Korea [GolGul Temple]
    Gol Gul Sa Temple would not be something familiar to most Koreans and they probably would mistakenly thought you are talking about Bulguk Sa Temple. Golgulsa Temple is the only temple cave in South Korea and built completely out of stone back in the 6th century. I, hereby, sincerely suggest you should go to Gol Gul Sa Temple for a walk, though it would be very exhausting but it would not disappoint you.
  • Angkor Wat, Angkor What?

    Angkor Wat, Angkor What?
    Cambodia is home to this World Heritage Site and is a must see for anyone in the area. What is it you ask? Well think Tomb Raider, think Indiana Jones, think mindblowing temples.
  • Qingdao: Blue Skies, Clear Waters

    Qingdao: Blue Skies, Clear Waters
    Voted in 2009 as China's most livable city, Qingdao (青岛) is a former German concession from the 19th century. It is now a thriving, bright city in a gorgeous seaside location. The sea air continually refreshes the air, with frequent, moody spells of fog, much like San Francisco. In the humid oven that is China in the summertime, Qingdao is a pleasant oasis to escape and enjoy.
  • What remains of Metapontum ? Almost nothing !

    What remains of Metapontum ? Almost nothing !
    Have a look at the ruins of this big antic city, visit the archeological area, and enjoy the beaches of the lido (the seashore).
  • Chiang Mai Temple Tour

    Chiang Mai Temple Tour
    Walking around Chiang Mai is a visual feast. It is home to many of the most stunning old temples in Thailand.
  • Yaowarat: Bangkok’s Chinatown District

    Yaowarat: Bangkok’s Chinatown District
    Yaowarat or Bangkok’s Chinatown is a lively and vibrant district that is best explore on foot.
  • Candi Gedong Songo

    Candi Gedong Songo
    When you are traveling in Java, from West Java, Central Java, to East Java, lay hundreds of old historical Buddhist and Hindu religious temples that you ought to explore; it is been said, that deep underground of the land of Java, many more temples are still hidden yet to be found.
  • Bang Muang Municipalities

    Bang Muang Municipalities
    Bang Muang Municipalities,the old community must to preserve for posterity generations and place for who love and be fascinated with old atmosphere.
  • Leal Senado Square (Macau, China)

    Leal Senado Square (Macau, China)
    The LandMark of Macau! You cant say you've been to Macau, if you were not able to set foot in the famous Senado Square and took a picture with a background of the fountain. All the events and happenings are most likely staged here. Its a historical tourist spot, not to be missed!
  • Petaling Street

    Petaling Street
    How to get to that place? You can reach Petaling Street by hiring taxis, or by boarding buses, trains from the city. It's very convenient!
  • Location of the Week

    Location of the Week
    Congratulations to "wil6ka":http://beta.lomography.com/homes/wil6ka for taking home this weeks "location of the week"award! On of our hardest working contributors, he has been sending in locations from the best of just about everywhere :)
  • Phreaky Essays: Because Of The Snow!

    Phreaky Essays: Because Of The Snow!
    You are reading right: We've even tried to buy some old Chinese Red Army jackets in the local outlet store. We wanted to be very prepared for the well-forgotten kind of weather. We wanted to see the snow. Not one that holds on mount Hermon in Israel for
  • Varkala, Kerala's Goa

    Varkala, Kerala's Goa
    In Varkala it had just stopped raining when I arrived with a crowded bus. Four hours standing with the ticket inspector that walk on human bodies to be paid from everyone. This is the price to pay if you don’t book two days before or more a train especially at the end of August when in Kerala there is the Onam festival.