Travel Barcelona – La Sagrada Familia

The Church of Holy Family is a representation of the complex merger of architecture and engineering knowledge by Antoni Gaudi, intricate artwork and deep faith by its craftsmen. La Sagrada Familia is reputed as the church that is always under construction. True enough, only 4 bell towers were completed when we visited.

Preah Khan – Temple in a Jungle

Lying quietly on the north of Angkor Thom is the monastic Preah Khan temple. A long sandy path flanked by monumental craved stone garudas leads to the main entrance. Originally a Buddhist monastery and school to over 1,000 monks

Singapore Burmese Buddhist Temple

In Singapore, there are many temples which are predominantly Buddhist, Taoist or Hindus. A Burmese Buddhist temple is very rare. In fact, many locals don't even knew it existed. The Maha Sasana Ramsi Burmese Buddhist Temple was built in 1875.

Angkor Wat – Heart of Siem Reap

South of Angkor Thom lies the icon of Siem Reap, Angkor Wat, the other of the two must visit temples in the Angkor Archaeological Park. Visit to the legendary Angkor Wat, a UNESCO heritage site is included in the park ticket.

Ayutthaya – Ancient City Where Time Stood Still

Ayutthaya is a historical city located in the central part of Thailand, some 85 km away from Bangkok. Unlike the other famous cities of Thailand, Ayutthaya historical park is lesser known to visitors. This has allowed the city to retain its mystical charm.

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Left Hand Drive versus Right Hand Drive
 

Left Hand Drive versus Right Hand Drive

On planning a driving holiday (road-trip overseas), what's the implication to you if the destination country drives on the opposite side from where you comes from? In this article, we share our personal experiences and tips on driving in a country that drives on the left versus one that drives on the right.
Travel Barcelona – La Sagrada Familia
 

Travel Barcelona – La Sagrada Familia

The Church of Holy Family is a representation of the complex merger of architecture and engineering knowledge by Antoni Gaudi, intricate artwork and deep faith by its craftsmen. La Sagrada Familia is reputed as the church that is always under construction. True enough, only 4 bell towers were completed when we visited.
Singapore Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery
 

Singapore Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery

Nestled in a housing estate in Toa Payoh is Singapore’s oldest Buddhist monastery, Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery. It is the only monastery in Singapore to be gazetted a national monument due to its historical value where its buildings are built with a unique blend of Fuzhou, Quanzhou, Zhangzhou & Chaozhou architectural style.
Famous Tau Sar Piah along Balestier Road
 

Famous Tau Sar Piah along Balestier Road

Tau Sar Piah is a very popular local pastry in Singapore. Tasty green bean paste wrapped in thin and flaky crust that is baked to a pretty golden hue. The pastry usually comes in three different flavours.
Singapore Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
 

Singapore Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall (also known as Wan Qing Yuan 晚晴园) is the abode and revolutionary base of Dr Sun Yat Sen (孙中山), the founding father of Republican China, while he lived in Singapore in 1906. The revolutionary footstep of Dr Sun is well documented here.
Must Visit Side Trip from Dubrovnik
 

Must Visit Side Trip from Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik old city is a fascinating town full of charm that we were mesmerized by it the moment we stepped foot on it. However, besides the old city, there are two must visit side trips from Dubrovnik that will sweeten your journey here.