Thai Hua Museum – Uncovering a Rich Heritage

Offering fascinating insights into Phuket’s rich heritage, the Thai Hua Museum which is housed in a traditional Sino-Portuguese building is a true treat for those seeking to learn more about the island’s history. Location The museum can be found on Krabi Road in the island’s Old Town area and is easily accessible from nearby Phuket luxury…

Petronas Towers Kuala Lampur – The World’s Tallest Twin Towers

Malaysia is a land of many wonders, both natural and man-made. One structure in particular stands unmistakable amidst all its concrete magnificence, and is renowned throughout the entire world.   History The towers were designed by renowned Argentine architect Cesar Pelli, who masterminded the structure’s unique post-modern design. Construction took seven years, and during the…

Lumpini Park in Bangkok – The City’s Green Lung

    Bangkok has become one of the most iconic metropolitan landscapes in the world. Living in a city such as this can take its toll on people, so it’s best to escape into nature every now and then.   The Green Lung of Bangkok The vast expanse of the park is covered in lush…

Galle Dutch Hospital – A historic hangout spot

Similar to the one in Colombo, the Dutch Hospital in Galle is famous for being one of the coolest places hangout spots in town. History This is one of the oldest buildings in the area and dates back to the Dutch colonial era on the island. The building is now a dining and shopping precinct,…

Kanneliya – A Pristine Example of Sri Lanka’s Biodiversity

The lush tropical island of Sri Lanka is famous for her natural wonders, and there’s no short supply of them. One of the most beautiful of such places is the Kanneliya rainforest in nation’s south. Background Excluding Sinharaja, this is the last of the large rainforests that remain on the island of Sri Lanka. It…