“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” – Gustave Flaubert
This is a weekly photo series with my favourite places in the world, accompanied by a little story.
Seen from the air, itlooks like a mandala, a representation of the cosmos. Viewed from he ground but from afar, the temple has the shape of a stupa.
This bell shaped golden pagoda isnot only one of the most stunning sights in Myanmar, but also in Southeast Asia. It is said to contain 8 of Buddha’s hair as well as relics of 3 other Buddhas who attained Enlightement
The Prambanan temple complex is a UNESCO world heritage site. The main temple belongs to hindu religion and it is the biggest temple dedicated to Lord Shiva in Indonesia
Waterfalls might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about Vietnam. In fact you might not associate the two at all.
Wine tasting in Myanmar Red Mountain Winery Is it France, Italy , Spain or….is it Burma (Myanmar)? Yes! Well done you …
Fushimi Inari, Kyoto I felt I could not open the new weekly photo series with any other place but …