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Asia » Taiwan » Taipei City
27 April 2010
Visiting the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall  Taipei City Taiwan Asia

Making a list of the Things to Do in Taipei might seem easy but this city will surprise you with it's many attractions and you might want to delay your return flight!

Besides traditional stops at touristic places like The Grand Hotel, The National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and The National Palace Museum you'll discover tons of great shops and markets walking down Di Hua Street...

Asia » Cambodia » Siem Reap
24 April 2010
Phnom Kulen Siem Reap 
 Siem Reap Cambodia Asia

Angkor wat is visually, architecturally and artistically breathtaking. It is a massive three-tiered pyramid crowned by five lotus-like towers rising 65 meters from grown level.

Angkor wat is the centerpiece of any visit to the temple of Angkor.

At the apex of Khmer political and military dominance in the region, Suryavarman ll constructed Angkor wat in the form of massive “temple-mountain” dedicated to the Hindu god, Vishnu.

It as served his state temple, though the temple’s uncommon westward orientation has let some to suggest that it was constructed as suryavarman...

19 April 2010
Flying eagles in the Sundarbans National Park, Bangladesh Sundarbans Bangladesh Asia

The Sundarbans National Park is home to the largest mangrove forest in the world and is located in the South West of Bangladesh and a smaller part in the West Bengalen region of India.

From Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, you can reach Sundarbans by boat and it will take you about half a day to get there.

The nearest city to the park would be Khulna and from...

Asia » Bhutan » Paro
16 April 2010
Tiger's Nest monastery of Taktsang Dzong, Bhutan Paro Bhutan Asia

The Paro Valley in West Bhutan is located in one of the most amazing landscapes in the world and home to some amazing villages.

The Rinpung Dzong Monastery is also located in the Paro Region and overlooks the entire valley. To get to courtyard of the monastery you have to walk accross a wooden bridge which is constructed in between the stone white walls.

From the Dzong monastery you can see the building of Ta Dzong, the National Museum of Bhutan and a former watchtower up the hill.

Paro itself is a beautiful place to visit with its characteristic houses and...

Asia » Nepal » Kathmandu
16 April 2010
Photos of Swayambhunath Monkey Temple of Katmundu Kathmandu Nepal Asia

The Swayambhunath Stupa and its surrounding monastery is an important sacred site in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal.

The Swayambhunath Stupa is also referred to as the Monkey Temple named after all the playful creatures running around the steps leading to the top of the monastery.

The steps of this sacred hill will lead you all the way up to the golden stupa of the the temple but will offer great panorama's on the way as well.

Several Buddist altars and statues make for a perfect picture break and a way to meet some locals as this is not just a popular touristic...

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