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Singapore’s nickname of Garden City tells of how important greenery is to this small island. Newly listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015, the Singapore Botanic Gardens actually...
With its name literally translated to “Echoing Sand Mountain”, Mingsha Shan gets its name from the whistling sounds of shifting sands whenever the wind blows. Located in the city of...
About 50 minutes away from the capital of Denpasar, hidden among the green forestry near Ubud is a mighty waterfall. With the wide selection of waterfalls in Bali, each of...
About 30 km north of the city of Bandung, between the district of Lembang and Sagalaherang is where Mount Tangkuban Perahu rests. When seen from a distance, the volcano resembles...
Arriving in Xi’an on a sunny afternoon, our overland trip of Northwest China would begin in this ancient city. Xi’an marks the starting point of the Northern Silk Road. Constant...
The town of Lembang in Bandung, West Java is known for its beautiful mountains and crisp, cool air. When we talk about a floating market the first thing we think...
With so many spectacular waterfalls in Bali, sometimes it’s hard to pick just one to visit. If you’re looking for somewhere that’s untainted, off the beaten path and away from...
The second largest lake in Bali, Lake Bratan, is a highland retreat surrounded by green mountains and sits at over 1,200 m. Away from the hustle and bustle of the...