HISTORICAL TIDBIT Masjid Negara is what the locals call the National Mosque in Kuala Lumpur. This mosque was built in 1965 in honor of Malaysia gaining independence from Great Britain Continue Reading →
Shwe San Daw Pagoda was built in Bagan, Myanmar, in 1057 AD by King Anawrahta. It consists of five levels of red brick and a large stupa that is topped with Continue Reading →
One of the must-see items when visiting Bangkok is the gigantic, 32-meter (105 feet) tall Standing Buddha.
One of the fascinating things about Bali is that there are, literally, temples everywhere. Because of this, Bali is known as “the Island of a Thousand Puras”. Any street you Continue Reading →
The Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall is an absolutely beautiful building in the middle of Bangkok. It is situated at the end of Rajdamnoen Avenue between Vinmanmek Palace, the former royal residence, Continue Reading →