Mountains, mosques, souqs and sands—Oman, gem of the Middle East, has it all.
My favourite food, architecture and street photos from Taipei City and beyond.
A magical landscape of limestone karsts, meandering waterways and hidden temples.
A quick guide to visiting the GUM Market Yerevan, Armenia’s biggest fresh food market and the best Yerevan market to visit in the city! One of the first buildings in Yerevan that caught my… Read More
A visual journey through Hong Kong and Macau.
Old-school charm in Malaysia.
A gallery of my favourite Azerbaijan photography to inspire you to visit the Land of Fire. Azerbaijan might not be at the top of everyone’s bucket list, but the former Soviet Republic and ‘odd… Read More
On the weekend I decided to take my camera out for a spin in Hanoi’s Old Quarter. I don’t know why, but I’ve only done one or two dedicated photo walks since we arrived in… Read More
A guide to visiting Lideco Hanoi, the infamous ‘Ghost Town’ on the fringes of Hanoi. Khu do thi Lideco (Lideco Urban Area) is a residential development in Hanoi’s Hoai Duc District, about 17km west… Read More
Ninh Binh, Northern Vietnam, is famous for its limestone karsts, vast ricefields and ambling waterways. The best way to explore the surreal landscape is by boat, departing from either Trang An or upstream at Tam… Read More
The Chiatura cable cars are one of the more unusual attractions in Republic of Georgia. This post recounts our memorable experience of visiting Chiatura. Not many tourists make it to Chiatura, a mining… Read More
This photo essay was created for Cartogramme. “Cambodia is divided into 25 provinces, each with a commercial center of the same name but with the prefix of Krong (so, Krong Siem Reap is the capital… Read More