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Wong Tai Sin & Chi Lin Nunnery

Victoria Peak, Hong Kong


The peak offers you an unobstructed view of the strait below it. The best time to visit is definitely at the late afternoon, when it starts to get dark and the light turned on. Be ready to brace a throng of visitors, especially if you take the Peak Tram. The ride is short, but the queue can take a toll on your emotional well being.

Ngong Ping, Lantau Island - Hong Kong


Ngong Ping is a highland at Lantau Island, HK. In 2002, the government planned a HK$750 million tourism project which helped Ngong Ping to become one premiere destination for travelers.

To visit the place, visitors need to take the Tung Chung Line MTR, stopped at the very end of the line, and take a bus, or a cable car to the Ngong Ping Village. The latter is advisable, but be prepared for a long queue.

Marina Bay, Singapore Skyline

Monkey See, Monkey Do

Dancing Hands & Magical Pattern

Banyan Tree Ungasan, Bali


Banyan Tree Ungasan sits on top of a cliff, overseeing the southern tip of the peninsula. This one could be a special place for all couple out there.

A Scheme Of Madness


In 1903, the ambitious project to send fresh water supply to gold mines 600 kilometers away was dubbed as "The scheme of madness". The result: Mundaring Weir,

Fremantle Prison


Decommissioned in 1991, Fremantle Prison has been reopened as historic site, and made UNESCO World Heritage List.

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan


Jatiluwih - The Paddy Terrace


A hidden gem in Bali. If you have the time, visit this place for a walk with amazing view.

Birth and Death of a Fiery Ball



The Gates of Ubud


In Bali, the entrance of one's house has always been a showcase of craftsmanship, a combination of beauty and belief.

Bali, A Family Trip


Sydney - More Than The Opera House


Singapore - The Urban Jungle


South Western Australia

Busselton Jetty- the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere

A long drive to the South Western Australia is a rewarding trip. We stopped at Bunbury, Dunsborough, and Yalingup. Here are several memorable location that were captured along the way.

Riding The Wind


Bondi Beach skateboard park. I used to own the roller skate, and I fell one time too many. Seeing these people running about without care effortlessly make me feel that I have no grace at all.

Perth City, Part 3 - Old Faces In The Metropolis


Scattered through the city, there are some buildings that retains the old day charms, with its humongous decorative pillars, window arches, and delicate ornaments. Here are a few of them

Chinatown - Singapore


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