Found in the Wat Pho temple in Thailand, this humongous Buddha is 15 m high and 43 m long.
QUICK TIP: Wearing sleeveless tops and shorty shorts or skirts is not allowed inside the temple. One option that you have is to wear the cover-up they will provide you, but if you’re a bit squeamish in wearing an article of clothing worn by other people, then you should just follow the temple’s guidelines.
Singapore’s version of the London Eye, it has capsule-like observation decks which will give you a gorgeous view of the city up to 165 meters high.
This is how they do it in Hanoi Vietnam, street drinking enjoyed by both tourists and locals! Too bad we discovered this a few hours before our flight back to Manila. Well, add this to the reason why I must come back!
When you hear someone say ‘Malaysia’ what first thing comes into your mind? For me it’s the twin towers, Petronas. Roaming around Kuala Lumpur you will surely be amazed by this gorgeous.
QUICK TIP: Love taking photos as mementos like me, be sure to have your photos taken with the Petronas Twin Towers during the day and have another again at night. Day and night photos look totally different but both are beauties you must not miss!
Strolling around the night markets of Hong Kong, you’ll surely pass by kiosk selling these stuff. Might not look so yummy, but mind you, they are!
If there is a single certainty in my topsy-turvy life, it definitely is my want to see the world! This goal of mine started years back, during my first visit to a foreign country. I love the feeling of exploring, getting to know the culture and way of life, the yummy finds, the breathtaking sites to see. I just freakin’ love traveling!!!
So, as this New Year starts, I’m toasting to all of us… That we may all see and experience much more of the beauty of the world! Kampai to globe-troting this 2015!
Fried quail eggs sold at the street markets in Thailand.
QUICK TIP: Be sure to enjoy the street foods in Thailand while scouring the street markets for cool finds!