One of the most iconic buildings in South East Asia are the twin Petronas Towers in Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur. They are stunning to behold and it’s scary to look down from the unique skybridge connecting the two towers high above the city! It gives you an idea how modern Kuala Lumpur really is – and I’m not only talking about the office buildings! It’s modern airport, fast airport train and the World’s best low-cost carrier, AirAsia, make it a great springboard to explore South East Asia!
More than 5 Million passengers use Faro airport every year to travel to the beautiful Algarve coast in Portugal – and usually bypass the city of Faro. That’s a pity, because Faro has a beautiful old town, quirky street art and great food! Read my Snapshot: Faro you should stop over in Faro before heading to the beaches of the … Continue reading
Kuala Lumpur is not a city I fell in love with on first sight, yet I found myself coming back regularly. It is a modern city in the heart of South East Asia and has become a low-cost carrier hub, making Kuala Lumpur a springboard to explore the region. Enjoy the food, sights and shopping while you are there – … Continue reading
Many people skip right past Manila, the Gateway to Paradise, to visit one of the more than 7,000 beautiful islands. But there is much to see in this teeming capital city of 12 million people – like this impressive Cathedral, a monument to the proud Spanish and Catholic history of the country!
If that photo has caught your attention – check out my Mini Guide Manila to find out what else there is to see and do in the city!
Lisbon, Portugal’s capital, is one of the underrated cities of Europe. It rarely makes it into a top anything list and it gets a fraction of the tourists you find in London or Paris. But it has a lot to offer from historic buildings and museums to fairy tale castles and beaches and great food and nightlife – and the … Continue reading
San Francisco is one of the most visited cities in the world for a reason – there is always something going on. From St. Patrick’s Day to Chinese New Year and from Cinco De Mayo to Pride Parade, there are parades or street parties, festivals or celebrations every month – and everybody is invited! San Francisco is one of the most inclusive cities I know, so come as you are and be part of it!
Read my review of San Francisco, the city I fell in love with for more photos and reasons to go!
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Have you been to London and Paris and want to see something new? Are you interested to learn about the stunning architecture that resulted from Christian and Muslim culture mixing? My next Explorer trip is taking me to the Iberian peninsula, starting in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. From there it’s off to Faro on the popular Algarve coast and … Continue reading
There are only two cities in the USA that were love on first sight for me – and one of them is New York City. Starring up at the incredible skyscrapers all around you, getting goosebumps from seeing the Statue of Liberty, the first sight for so many immigrants over the years and feeling the incredible energy are experiences hard to find elsewhere.
So, if you have not been, you should read more about New York City, check out the photos and give it a try yourself!
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When I visited Buenos Aires for the first time, it was love on first sight – it’s a beautiful city with grand avenues, impressive architecture and generous park spaces. There are great museums, amazing restaurants and lots of shops. Add the friendly and vivacious people who love to have a good time and you start to think about staying! Alas, … Continue reading
Berlin is an amazing city, with all the great architecture, culture, museums and entertainment you’d expect from a European capital city – but without the sky-high price tags that you find in Paris, London or Rome.
So, if the hotel prices in those cities make you sweat, read my introduction of Berlin – it is fast becoming one of the most popular cities in Europe – and there is a lot to see!
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