The ultimate guide to top Myanmar destinations with guidelines where to go in Myanmar and what to see in Myanmar
Georgetown Penang street art and Penang murals became an international phenomenon when in 2012 visionary Penang Municipal Council hired a Lithuanian born graffiti genius Ernest Zacharevic.
Although the vision of branding George Town started earlier, the artwork of Ernest Zacharevic in Georgetown was the one that has caught the eye of the World.
Since then many talented mural artists have been following his steps transforming Georgetown into the World capital of street art.
Suối Tiên Mũi Né, or Fairy Stream in Mui Ne – what’s that?
Is it a place where fairies live? Does a place like that exist on our planet? Hm, do fairies exist at all?!
If they exist, what kind of places the beings with magical superpowers would inhibit? Nothing less than magical, for sure!
Could Suối Tiên Mũi Né in Vietnam be one of those places?
A must-see in Laos: Buddha Park in Vientiane
Eager to see some hill tribes in Vietnam?
Interested to learn about tribal cultures in Vietnam?
Put Sapa, a mountain town in the northwest of Vietnam, on your itinerary!
Meeting Vietnamese tribes in Sapa is one of the most interesting things to do in Vietnam!
Is Vietnam in your mind?
Want to cheer in the morning ‘Good Morning Vietnam’ with a cup of tasty Vietnamese coffee?
Looking for a great Vietnamese coffee shop with the best coffee in Vietnam?
What about a cup of best Vietnam coffee at a chic Vietnamese cafe with a retro communist atmosphere?
In that case, head to the Cong Caphe!
Exploring Northern Thailand?
You have already seen thousands of temples. Now you want to see something different?!
What about two temples more?
You are templed out?! Ok, ok, calm down.
These two Chiang Rai temples are so unique and unconventional as you have never seen something similar before and you shall never see it again.
These Chiang Rai temples were the art exhibitions at first, but over time they became places for meditation.
The first one is white, the second is black.
The first created a student, the second his master.
The first represents the Haven, the second represents Hell.
Welcome to Chiang Rai temples!
Welcome to the two most unconventional must-see temples in Thailand: the White Temple and the Black Temple!