About, Malaysia

Ipoh Heritage Trail

Recently, I joined a group of photographers (about a dozen or so of them) from the Kuala Lumpur Photography Club for a road trip to Ipoh. We set off from Kuala Lumpur on a Sunday morning, scheduling to…

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About, Malaysia

Kuan Yin Temple, Klang

The Kuan Yin Temple in Klang (State of Selangor, Malaysia), was built around 1982, and is reputedly one of the oldest temple in Malaysia. It was nearly demolished due to its dilapidated condition caused by extensive termites infestation…

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About, Europe & UK, France

Strasbourg

Strasbourg is situated on the eastern border of France and Germany and is the official seat of the European Parliament. After a relaxing less than two hours drive from Sembach (Germany), with our car parked at Strasbourg Railway Station…

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About, Europe & UK, Germany

Sembach

Whoever have heard of Sembach? Very few people have I am sure. But this is where we went, to catch up with an old friend who married a local german girl and had stayed there for more than…

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About, Europe & UK, Hungary

Budapest

Budapest, the capital of Hungary, has a history of more than a thousand years. It came into being at the end of the 19th century when the three cities Pest, Buda and Óbuda merged. Apart for being known…

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About, Europe & UK, Netherlands

Amsterdam

Amsterdam, the largest city and capital of the Netherlands, is also the country’s biggest tourist-draw. However, neither the Dutch government nor the head of state resides in Amsterdam. Amsterdam was a financial and political powerhouse in the 17th…

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About, Austria, Europe & UK

Vienna

Vienna is the capital of Austria and has been the heart of the Habsburg Empire for centuries. It has left behind an impressive number of palaces, monuments and other landmarks. We arrived in Vienna Haupbanhof in the mid afternoon…

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