Flying in a waterplane over the Maldives

Flying in a waterplane over the Maldives Flying a waterplane over the Maldives, a dream come true or just a means of transportation? In any way, it is a unique experience! Ascending from the water is a great adventure. Even though there are waves, the departure isn’t really that bumpy. Touchdown however, can be quite bumpy, […]

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VIDEO LOG: Snorkeling in tropical Myanmar!

A video Log of Snorkeling in tropical and undiscovered Myanmar (Burma) Myanmar: the new Thailand. So much undiscovered beauty! Talk about off of the beaten track. One of the undiscovered Pearls in Myanmar are the islands in the far South of the country. We made a short snorkeling video just to give you an impression […]

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Batuan temple, Bali, Indonesia

Batuan temple, Ubud, Bali The Batuan temple is a local Balinese Hindu temple looked after by the local resident of Batuan countryside. The temple is designed very beautiful with full of Balinese ornaments and the roof temple building is made from the fiber of chromatic black palm tree. Picture: Entrance  Picture: Altar You can find […]

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Historic Citytrip Kanchanabury, Thailand (WWII)

Historic Citytrip Kanchanabury, Thailand (WWII) Right in the Mid-West of Thailand, close to the border with Myanmar, you find the village Kanchanabury. During World War II, many (Western) prisoners of war, were forced by Japanese occupiers to help build a 415 kilometer long Railway from Thailand to Myanmar (Burma). Many prisoners parished during that time. […]

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Death Railway, Kanchanabury, Thailand

Death Railway The Burma Railway, or Burma-Siam Railway is a Railway that was intended to connect Bangkok (formally named Siam) with Myanmar (formally Burma). This Railway was made by prisoners of war during the second world war. The section of the Railway that these prisoners of war and forced laborours mainly worked on was the […]

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Visiting the Hutongs, Beijing, China

The Hutongs 🏡 of Beijing Hutongs, part of the culture of China. Hutongs (simplified Chinese: 胡同; traditional Chinese: 衚衕) are narrow streets or alleys. You can typically find Hutongs in North  Chinese cities, among which Beijing. The hutongs in Beijing are formed by linking courtyard residences. Also known as: “Siheyuan”. Hutong neighborhoods were in their turn […]

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