Enjoy nice scene of Hong Kong

Hong Kong is not only the beauty of a city, but also the beauty of a tropical archipelago made up of 236 islands and islets and rocky outcrops. It has many interesting destinations for Hong Kong tour or a weekend picnic.
Besides the crowded beauty of the buildings, Hong Kong also has the beauty of the large, quiet space in the area far from the city..
The Dragon trail on the top of the mountain looks like the spine of a sleeping red dragon in the shady forest at Shek O Country Garden. This is the longest walking trail in Hong Kong.
This photo is from the 100th floor of the tallest Sky Building in Hong Kong. Victoria Harbor has 118 international trade center towers here.
The 34-meter-tall Buddha Shakyamuni Buddha statue on Lantau Island is surrounded by lush forested mountains. Here the steps are 268 steps up the temple.
Tai Lan National Park covers an area of ​​5.412 ha, the second largest in Hong Kong, after the Garden of Southern Lantau. Tai Lam was built after World War 2.
The peaceful K…

Top 10 things to do in Thailand

Delicious food, beautiful beaches, great diving, trekking and wildlife-watching – Thailand does it all brilliantly. Here’s your guide to making the most of it... 1. The Grand PalaceThis beautiful gold-tipped series of buildings is over 200 years old, and perhaps Bangkok's most famous destination. Yes, it can feel like a tourist trap, but the complex's history and grandeur is palpable: since 1782, it has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam (and later Thailand).

Emerald Buddha 

While you're there, don't miss the Emerald Buddha and nearby Wat Pho, which is home to the largest reclining Buddha in Thailand. Another must see is Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn, which is stunning from a distance and intriguing close up, with its mosaic detailing, as you climb to the top. Make sure you follow our 7 etiquette tips for travelling in Thailand, to ensure you don't offend local customs.

At night, the Grand Palace is illuminated, and although you'll likely still encoun…

Tips Travel to Singapore - Lion Island


“The handiest and most marvellous city I ever saw”, wrote the natural historian William Hornaday of Singapore in 1885, “as well planned and carefully executed as though built entirely by one man. It is like a big desk, full of drawers and pigeonholes, where everything has its place, and can always be found in it. ” This succinct appraisal seems apt even now, despite the tiny island’s transformation from an endearingly chaotic colonial port, one that embodied the exoticism of the East, into a pristine, futuristic shrine to consumerism. In the process, Singapore acquired a reputation, largely deserved, for soullessness, but these days the place has taken on a more relaxed and intriguing character, one that achieves a healthier balance between Westernized modernity and the city-state’s traditional cultures and street life.
The foundation for Singapore’s prosperity was its designation as a tax-free port by Sir Stamford Raffles, who set up a British trading post here in 1819. The …