Namibia

Explore the rugged and wild parks, or take roller coaster ride on a 4×4 at the multiple story tall sand dunes..  …The sound of the crashing wave from the Atlantic Ocean against the sand dune, the rustlings of shifting sand in the desert to the calls of the wild in the National Parks are just […]

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Flying over Kuala Lumpur   An aerial view of Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding area to Petaling Jaya. This was shot one morning flying in a helicopter over Kuala Lumpur. Taking off at the Subang Airport it takes about 30 mins to reach the city centre. As the assignment was to capture the city area […]

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Saint Petersburg

Saint Petersburg At the end of our Trans-Siberian Railway journey at Moscow we spend a day in Saint Petersburg before flying back to Kuala Lumpur. It is Russia’s 2nd largest city after Moscow. Getting to Saint Petersburg is quite enjoyable as the comfortable train took only 3 hrs. from Moscow to Saint Petersburg. We took […]

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The Moscow Metro

Exploring the artistic interior of Moscow Metro It was opened in 1935 with 13 station and now is has 196 station with a total route length of 327.5km. It has one of the world deepest station at 74 metres underground. Some of the stations have very classic art deco, scultpures, elaborate design and lightings. It’s […]

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Trans-Siberian Railway – Moscow stopover

Day 14, 15 & 16     5-7 oct Arrived Moscow in the morning. Directly transfer to hotel but was still too early to Check in. It was raining but was not too heavy for us to go out and look for places for a early lunch. After the last 5 days in the train I was […]

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Trans-Siberian Railway : Irkutsk to Moscow

Day 1  Thu  2 Oct  Irkutsh – Moscow Train depart 1.45am. Mid night check out go to train station. 5 Days & Nights on the Train from Irkutsk to Moscow This is the longest section of our Tran-Siberian Rail journey and also the most boring 5 days/nights. The weather was either raining or snowing, other […]

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Ulaan Baatar to Irkutsk

Ulan Baatar – Irkutsk Local Train 263N Dep: 20.25pm        2nd Leg : Ulaan Baatar (Mongolia) to Irkutsk (Russia) Train No. 263N Second Class (4 berth/cabin) Depart Ulaan Baatar 27/Sep 20.25 (UB time) Arrive Irkutsk 29/Sep 07.15 (Irkutsk time) Total 35 hours. Sun; 28 Sept Ulaan Baatar to Irkutsk

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Trans-Siberia Rail stopover at Mongolia

Trans-Siberia Rail Mongolia We took a break from the train journey and got down in Ulaan Baatar  and spend 3-day/2-night. Checking out some landmarks not too far from the city. Visiting National Park and spend a night in the a Mongolian tent.

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Pai, Thailand

The long and winding road to Pai To be precise is actually 762 curve before you reach Pai. Pai is a small town near the Myanmar border in the Mae Hong Song Province. It’s about 80 km north of Chiang Mai. Once you are outskirt of Chiang MaiThose who can easily get car sick will […]

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The wild Himalayan Cherry Blossom

The Wild Sakura of Thailand My first trip to see the Northern Thailand’s wild Himalayan Cherry Blossom was in end Dec 2011 but it turned out to be too early. After a long and winding road trip up to Kun Chang Kiean, we arrived at a small village park and all we saw was one […]

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Chinese New Year

The year of the Goat The Chinese New Year or Lunar New year is the most important of festival for the Chinese people all over the world. Most Chinese will make an effort to be back home with their family, to have the traditional Reunion dinner with the entire family. Chinese homes are cleaned and […]

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Thaipusam 2015

The Thaipusam festival at Batu Caves On 3 Feb 2015, The Malaysian Tamil community celebrated the Hindus festival of Thaipusam. This festival commemorates the occasion when Parvati gave Murugan a Vel ” spear’ so he could vanquish the evil demon Soorapadman. Every year Batu Caves will be filled with thousands of devotees, curious tourists and a […]

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