The Amazon rainforest is the world’s largest tropical rainforest, home to different tribes and biodiversities.
The Amazon River is the largest river in the world running on 6 countries – Peru, Brazil, Colombia , Venezuela, Ecuador and Bolivia! It accounts for 20% of Earth’s freshwater earning its nickname “The River Sea”.
Thong Lor is one of the trendiest area in Bangkok. It’s a great place for a night out or just to hangout on cafes to read books, some homework or do people watching.
The famous beer street in Old Quarter, Hanoi is a crowded place (elbow to elbow) full of local bars and restaurants with so many people sitting on low plastic /wooden stools. It’s also known as International crossroad drawing all locals and foreigners.
Ninh Binh is known for its untouched and sweeping islands of limestone karst along the Tam Coc river. You’d be greeted with lush landscapes, underground caves, friendly locals and good food.
Ratchaburi offers a tranquil break from the maddening crowd of Bangkok. It’s an off-the-beaten excellent choice for a short weekend getaway.
The Chinatown Yaowarat is a fascinating colorful night market. It’s a chaotic street with food stalls flocked by both locals and foreigners unmindful of Bangkok’s humidity. The neighborhood boasts both exotic and common finds full of interesting surprises.
Thousands of rock caves with carved Buddhas and his disciples dating back to centuries ago
We were not prepared and trust me, I did my own research before the hike! But, still, it was one hell of a surprise.
Mt Hua is one of the five holy mountains of China surpassing all the great dynasties
Travelling would make you understand better how western influences were able to seep through their thick walls and why CNN called it the Greatest City on Earth.
China’s oldest water town in photos using Nikon 35mm.