Southwest China is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen in my life. I took this picture when I was en route to Shangri-La (Zhongdian).
Asia has been home to a variety of natural healing practices that are being used for generations. And even until now, a lot of people believe in the power of these age-old practices. A lot of travelers visiting Asia often come here to try if some of these practices will work for them. Here’s a [...]
Wagah Ceremony at the border of India and Pakistan is another reason why tourists visit Amritsar (aside from visiting the Golden Temple). It’s just actually a flag lowering ceremony but amped with steroids LOL! The Wagah ceremony starts with the parade of soldiers from both sides. Since I was sitting at the Indian side, I [...]
Jonny Blair is the owner and author of one of the latest blogs that I’ve been following lately called Don’t Stop Living. Jonny would probably be one of the most traveled travel bloggers out there having been to more than 70 countries in 7 continents (yeah including Antartica). Jonny write a lot of insightful tips [...]
This was the nearest I got to Tibet. My flight from Chengdu to Kathmandu had a stop over at Lhasa Gonggar Airport in Tibet and I took this photo while I was at the smoking area.
Editor’s Note: This guest post was written by Justin Carmack, a Colorado kid who has a serious addiction to travel. Once he got started, there was no stopping him. 3 years, 6 continents and 52 countries later, and he’s still on the road. You can check out his adventures on his blog called True Nomads, [...]
Amritsar would probably be one of those last minute decisions we’ve made. Coming from Dharamsala, we were torned between going to Delhi (which was more than 500KM away) or Haridwar and Rishikesh. But since we already decided to visit a bird sanctuary in Rajasthan, we just went to Amritsar instead which was just a hundred [...]
Adam is the writer and the blog owner of one of the latest blogs that I’m following, Happiness Plunge. Adam left his six-figure job as an engineer last 2011 and set out to explore the world. His blog is definitely an inspiration for those who would like to pursue their passion and happiness and possibly [...]
I took this picture at Clark Quay Singapore a couple of years back. This is by far the biggest Halloween party I have ever seen in my life. A lot of young Singaporeans and expats attended the said event wearing nice costumes ranging from cartoon and comic book characters and even biblical characters such as [...]
Srinagar, Kashmir is something that sounds so exotic to me mainly because I never knew anyone personally who have been to this place. This is mainly attributed to the very unstable political situation in Kashmir that makes the place unvisited for so many years in the past. Luckily, in the past couple of years, there [...]
Allan Wilson is the writer (and blog owner) behind one of the latest travel oriented blogs that I’m following, Live Less Ordinary. Allan documents his transition from living in his home country, to living in Bangkok. If you’re thinking of staying in Bangkok for a longer time as a digital entrepreneur or as an expat [...]
I was able to take this picture when I went to Swayambunath in Kathmandu. The view from the top is breathtaking not to mention that it’s almost surreal to think that this city exist on a valley surrounded by mountains. I can’t wait to get back to Nepal.
A few weeks ago I received a news about the death of a person I consider a friend I have never met. That person read, shared and quoted some of my posts and shared it to her friends and colleagues. Just like you and me, she’s also an avid traveler. Despite of a busy schedule [...]
Lamayuru is another village suggested to us by another traveller we met in Kibber. Legend has it that the village used to be part of a lake which dried up. Legend aside, this is definitely one of the most breathtaking gompas I’ve ever seen in my life. Lamayuru is easily accessible from Leh via a [...]