Visiting Kuala Lumpur’s National Mosque

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 →

Top 5 Temples in Bangkok

Bangkok: A city filled with wonder and an idea that brings to mind an ancient world of foreign fantasy. The very name inspires thoughts of curly-toed shoes, golden headdresses and Continue Reading →

The World Heritage Sites of London

One of the most distinguished titles a historic site can have is that of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Most countries or cities would be lucky to have one of their Continue Reading →

Chua Say Tevoda: A History of Angkor Temples

Whenever someone mentions anything ‘Angkor’, the first image that comes to most people’s minds is the impressive and daunting image of Angkor Wat. Angkor Wat is a magnificent temple complex Continue Reading →

Cathedral Church of St. Mary the Virgin

While I was out wandering around Merdeka Square one day, I glanced across a small side road and happened to see this cute little church hidden behind a fence covered in Continue Reading →