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Hangzhou’s West Lake
[ 5 ] September 7, 2010

Hangzhou’s West Lake

Hangzhou is one of the most magnificent cities in China and it’s West Lake that is at the centre of it’s mystery, elegance and beauty.

Photo Glimpse: Lost in the Forbidden City
[ 2 ] July 25, 2010

Photo Glimpse: Lost in the Forbidden City

For 500 years the Forbidden City in Beijing was the political and power centre of China. The largest palace complex in the world and indeed one of the most if not the most spectacular palaces in China.

Photo Glimpse: Details of Wat Phra Kaew
[ 3 ] July 20, 2010

Photo Glimpse: Details of Wat Phra Kaew

Out of all the beautiful temples I visited in Bangkok, Wat Phra Kaew was by far the most spectacular. This massive temple complex is an overwhelming combination of fine details and colours that took my breath away.

Photo Glimpse: Visions of Venice
[ 1 ] July 11, 2010

Photo Glimpse: Visions of Venice

It’s hard not to fall in love with Venice even when it’s packed with tourists during the summer high season.

Photo Glimpse: England, time gone by
[ 1 ] July 4, 2010

Photo Glimpse: England, time gone by

There’s just something about England that just makes me think of time gone by. The classic architecture, the quaint cottages, the 1950s double Decker buses you occasionally see driving through the streets of London.

Photo Glimpse: Chateau de Versailles
[ 1 ] June 27, 2010

Photo Glimpse: Chateau de Versailles

Le Chateau Versailles, one of the most lavish and grand palaces in all of Europe.

Photo Glimpse: Dubrovnik Old City
[ 2 ] June 20, 2010

Photo Glimpse: Dubrovnik Old City

Dubrovnik, Croatia is one of my favourite cities in Europe. The city oozes old world charm with its gorgeous terracotta rooftops set off by the stunning blue of the Adriatic Sea.

Photo Glimpse: Kek Lok Si Temple
[ 2 ] December 6, 2009

Photo Glimpse: Kek Lok Si Temple

Kek Lok Si Temple is a spectacular Chinese Buddhist temple perched above George Town, Penang. This massive temple is the largest Buddhist temple in South East Asia.