Tag Archive: asia

In Photos: Hong Kong

ong Kong is an autonomous territory, and a former British colony, located at the southeastern portion of China. It is one of the most visited travel destination at this side of Asia because… Continue reading

Be a Travelspiration

So I just coined a new word for my self called “travelspiration”. I tried to google it up afterwards, and i’m pretty surprised some people use it too. Obvious as it is, “travelspiration”… Continue reading

Borobudur & Prambanan: Indonesia’s Soul

Yogyakarta (often called “Jogja or Yogya”) is a city on the island of Java known for its beyond visible traditional arts, cultural and intellectual heritage – hence being regarded as Indonesia’s “soul”. This… Continue reading

Nagudungan Hill (Calayan Island, PH)

Through this post, allow me to take you to the surreal Nagudungan Hill. Nature’s work of art is something beyond remarkable. The Philippines’ landscape and seascape are authentication of nature’s spectacular creations. Our… Continue reading

Mount Kalugong (Benguet, PH)

“I like the mountains because they make me feel small,’ Jeff says. ‘They help me sort out what’s important in life.” — Mark Obmascik, Halfway to Heaven: My White-knuckled–and Knuckleheaded–Quest for the Rocky… Continue reading

Temple of Leah (Cebu City, PH)

Work is love made visible. And if you cannot work with love but only with distaste, it is better that you should leave your work and sit at the gate of the temple… Continue reading

Tangadan Falls (La Union, PH)

“Behind the waterfall of love you’ll find me, hiding in a barrel.” — Jarod Kintz When you ask someone what should one do when in La Union, most often than not, that person… Continue reading

Bontoc Museum (Mountain Province, PH)

The Bontoc Museum was founded by a Belgian nun whose aim was to preserve the history and heritage of the indigenous peoples of the Cordillera region particularly that of the Ifugao people. Hence,… Continue reading

Burot Beach (Batangas, PH)

“Life’s a beach” meaning life is nothing but wonderful, amazing… It is just like saying “Life is Good”. Who doesn’t like the beach? Well, at times it could be too sunshiny and sweaty and salty… Continue reading

The Sunken Cemetery (Camiguin, PH)

“I dig art. With a shovel. In the cemetery.” — Jarod Kintz Perhaps, one of the most interesting tourist attraction I have been to is an underwater cemetery. Most of you might get… Continue reading