October 18, 2016

It’s all Safe and Sound in Prince William Sound

Looking for things to do in Anchorage? How about Prince William Sound? “What does ’sound’ mean in Prince William Sound?” was my first question on the way to Prince William Sound. What about Milford Sound in New Zealand? Is there […]
September 5, 2016

Experience a Bit of China in Bintan: Senggarang Chinese Village

An afternoon in an Indonesian-Chinese Storybook Indonesia is a wonderfully diverse country. That might even be an understatement. The world’s largest archipelago country has hundreds of distinctive native ethnic groups, the world’s second highest level of biodiversity, rich natural resources, […]
July 17, 2016

Photography Guide to Iceland

Where to go to take amazing photos in Iceland There are certain places that every photographer wants to go. Iceland is certainly one of the most exquisite places for all of us. Its fascinating culture, dramatic landscape, vibrant wildlife, and […]
July 12, 2016

Cruising through Trang An Grottoes in Ninh Binh, Vietnam

Like Ha Long Bay, but more dramatic The “inland version of Ha Long Bay”, Trang An Grottoes is a great day trip destination from Hanoi for those who are looking for some nature. Trang An is the key tourism area […]
July 8, 2016

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park: Vancouver’s Playground

A Squirrel’s-Eye View of Capilano River One of Vancouver’s iconic landmarks, Capilano Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver is a place that triggers childhood memories. The wobbly suspension bridge, treetop canopies, labyrinth-like cliff walk make us feel like being a kid […]
May 30, 2016

Sur: On The Coast of the Gulf of Oman

Oman is the first country I visited in the Middle East. Frankly, I didn’t know much about the region. The common conceptions are… It’s a war zone. Women are treated terribly. It’s dangerous. There’s nothing but deserts and oil fields. […]
May 13, 2016

Yehliu Geopark: The Queen’s Head, Fairy’s Shoe, and More

Looking like a brush stroke of a Chinese calligraphy, an island of Taiwan is packed with interesting geological features. That’s the reason how we could soak in the mineral-rich hot springs anywhere in the country. The coastlines look dramatic, like […]
April 8, 2016

Incomparable achievement of Mayan Art: Palenque in Photos

Palenque in Photos Even when I barely knew Mexico as a tourism destination, the name Palenque sounded familiar. Rightfully so, it’s one of the most important sites for Mayan history. The city of Palenque in Chiapas state was a Maya […]
March 31, 2016

My Camera Lenses: What They Do

Looking for a new camera gear? Try KEH; to receive exclusive 10% discount code, keep on reading My Camera Lenses My camera bag is always full. When I travel, my backpack is almost 15kg heavy but I act chill so […]
March 25, 2016

Tokyo in Photos

My First Encounter with Tokyo It was my first time visiting Tokyo. Japan is one of those places that is so close (from Korea) and yet so far. I’ve visited southern parts of the country when I was in university […]
March 8, 2016

Celebrating International Women’s Day – Women in Photography

Happy International Women’s Day! To celebrate this year’s International Women’s Day, here I gathered some of the most striking images of women I met around the world. There are so many unsung heroes, like our mothers. Women are the real […]
March 4, 2016

Glorious Malaysian Food

Do you like Malaysian Food? Me too. Look at these photos, how can I not? Malaysia is a complex country. There’s the religion, history with the indigenous tribes, palm oil and the rainforest, history of immigrants, politics, and many more […]