Trans-Siberia Rail From China to Mongolia

Part 1- Beijing to Ulaan Baatar  A journey thru 3 countries, over 8515km and countless days and nights on the trains. Our first section starts from Beijing. This is the shortest train ride of our trans-Siberia Rail journey and as we move along the days merge into nights and when we finally arrived at Moscow […]

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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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Indonesian Papua Tribes

Two Tribes Go To War One of the tribes dancing during the Papua Festival in Wamena. In the old days and maybe even now at some remote places in Papua war can happen at the slightest provocation. A simple act of plucking a fruit from another tribe can trigger a fight. Kidnapping or worst, raping […]

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A weekend getaway to Singapore

Breakaway in Singapore A pre-Christmas weekend in Singapore after cancelling 2 previous trips in 2013 wasted my flights and hotel bookings. I have to ask my friend in Singapore to check into the hotel room since they don’t let me cancel my booking at the last minute. So here I am in a mad rush […]

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Sarawak Cultural Village

Revisits to Sarawak Cultural Village Having been to a few places in Sarawak for shooting of Tourism Malaysia advertisments over the years, Sarawak Cultural Village in Kuching is the only place that I went back 3 times. The village offers a quick and accessible option to see a few of the Sarawak tribes and their […]

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Fairy Lake Leisure Farm

Fairy Lake Leisure Farm, Taiwan Fairy Lake Leisure Farm sits on top of an independent hill at the Tainan Dongshan mountain range. In the morning sea of clouds float over the valley making the farm looks like it’s sitting on an island thus the name Fairy Lake. In the evening you can even catch a […]

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Silhouette & Shadow

Get creative with dramatic silhouettes In the beginning we were always told to shoot with the sun behind us so that your subject will be clearly lighted up. As we move along and begin to understand light directions and to be able to control our camera better you’ll find that shooting with the sun in […]

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Natural Garden Restaurant

Turning a plot of land that nobody wants to cultivate into a lush garden full flowers and herbs, Natural Garden has transform not only this once abandon piece of land but the entire neighborhood into a much sort after real estate. The farm and restaurant offer a variety of food and workshop based on herbal […]

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Da Keng Leisure Farm, Taiwan

Started off originally as a chicken farm in the Da-Keng Mountain it has transformed into an eco-sustainable farm with a strong emphasis for conservation. The farm is built like a hill fortress on the hill slope of Da-Keng, with chalets spreading out as they add more buildings over the years. Those who love the fresh […]

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