Teh Botol literally means Bottled Tea in Indonesian is a famous drink produced by Sosro company, it is not just available in Indonesia but it is also available in the international market.
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Jatiluwih is one of a breathtaking sights in Bali showcasing the beautiful view of contoured rice terrace.
The rock formations of Cappadocia in central Turkey are beautifully formed across the landscape.
The moment we arrived Kusadasi from the tiring one day tour of Ephesus, we were immediately mesmerized by the blue Aegean Sea and the luxury cruise ships.
Tea production in Sri Lanka is significantly contributing to the country’s economy and also the world’s market. If you travel to Sri Lanka central highlands, you’ll see endless tea plantations conquering the mountainous landscape.
Lovely morning in the sunny Sacred City of Kandy, also one of Sri Lanka UNESCO World Heritage site. The Royal Botanical Garden is worth a visit, there are 4,000 labeled species of flora in the garden with ample of space to walk around. Great place for a morning walk.
Jeepney remains one of the cheapest and easiest way to get around in the Philippines, it will remain as part of local life in this country.
Guest post by Valerie Sham. Twilight, blackout. Might be the worse combination, but not here. Walk along the pier as the sun sets on the horizon, you’ll see the stars start to pop out one by one. It’s amazing! The universe, the milky way… in it’s full splendour.
Revisiting the glorious history of the North Borneo Railway…[click here for project gallery].
This is something that you cannot miss in Luang Prabang. If you have visited other parts of Indochina that has the same ritual, consider seeing this in a different environment…[click here for project gallery]. For travel information in Luang Prabang, check out Exploring Luang Prabang Through the Lens.
Gaya Street was once the heart of Jesselton and known as Bond Street back in the olden days. Walking down Gaya Street today enables you to see old shophouses built in the 1950s…[click here for project gallery]
Sapa is a former French hill station situated near the Chinese border in northwest Vietnam. This mountainous town is filled with paddy fields and the hill tribes people still live their traditional lives here.
A man-made canal runs through the shopping area of MBS offering shoppers indoor Sampan rides experience. Though it is a relatively short ride, but it brings in the old and new Singapore into this integrated entertainment destination.
Marimo (a.k.a. moss ball) is an endangered species of filamentous green algae originally founded in its natural habitat in Lake Akan, Hokkaido but it has now become a popular domestic plant that can be purchased at souvenir shops.
An iconic view of Shibuya scramble crossing from Shibuya Station.