Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan

Visiting Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan Translated as Federal Territory Mosque, this amazing temple is one of our favourites spots to visit in Kuala Lumpur. A place off the beaten track, it is completely worth dedicating a morning to visit. In this post we share our experience! The Mosque is not far from other touristic spots, but […]

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Hong Kong

Top 5 reasons to visit Hong Kong Hong Kong is one of the most peculiar places on Earth. Its natural harbour and position in the globe caused historical disputes for its dominance between the United Kingdom and China, which resulted into an incredible city that works as a bridge between Western Civilization and Asia. Nowadays […]

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Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is often left out of South East Asia trips. People go to Thailand to party in Bangkok and relax in paradisiac beaches, but we believe there is a whole lot more to explore. If you’re looking for amazing temples, natural settings and elephants, then Chiang Mai must be included in your list. Getting […]

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Hello Thailand

The Kingdom of Thailand (fancy name isn´t it?) is possibly the most popular country for travelers visiting South East Asia. The reasons can be multiple: outstanding temples, beaches that look like paradise, great people, memorable food, vibrant cities and the most diverse fauna. Yes, Thailand has it all. Just to understand a little bit of […]

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Shanghai

Interested in futuristic cities? The definitely Shanghai should be on your list! A hectic city with plenty to see, it has become one of our top destinations in the world. Historically, Shanghai has been a main port in Asia due to a favourable location. In the 19th Century, Shanghai became the most important centre of […]

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Yuyuan Garden

Yuyuan Garden is classical garden located in the Old City of Shanghai. It was built in the 15th Century by a government official of the Ming Dinasty. Yu in Chinese means pleasing and the garden was built for the official’s parents, the Pan family, in their old age. The gardens suffered damage during the 19th […]

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Xin Tian Di

A newly rebuilt urban attraction within Shanghai, Xin Tian Di is a fashionable pedestrian street that features a specific class of architecture called Shikumen. Shikumen is an architectural style that combines Western and Chinese elements. It first appeared in the mid 19th Century in the British Concession and quickly became popular throughout the city. They […]

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