See my Wawo Muda photos in Journey magazine

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Nice to see my photos of Wawo Muda volcanic crater lakes published in Journey magazine. Taken during my 2012 trip to Flores, my articles and more pictures can be found at http://www.anysomewhere.com/category/indonesia/flores/

Photos of Melaka / Malacca, Malaysia: Views of the City

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I recently had the pleasure of visiting Malacca / Melaka for a second time, but this time instead of staying at the quaint Rooftop Guesthouse, we upgraded and stayed at the luxurious Hatten Hotel. From our room on the 20th … Continue reading

Haw Par Villa, Singapore

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Haw Par Villa, a Chinese sculpture park, is one of Singapore’s more unusual tourist attractions. Created by the producer of Tiger Balm, it features brightly coloured sculptures depicting many Chinese myths and legends, as well as other seemingly random sculptures, such as a mini Statue of Liberty and some sumo wrestlers. There is a lake with a pagoda, giant memorials to the siblings of the man who built it, and the most popular attraction, the Ten Courts of Hell, a cave of dioramas showing people being punished (gruesomely) for their sins before being reincarnated.

Haw Par Villa is free entry and open every day, so this is a great attraction if you’re visiting Singapore on a tight budget. A little off the usual tourist trail, Haw Par Villa is definitely one of Singapore’s weirder places to visit! Simply get off the Circle Line MRT at Haw Par Villa and the gardens are right next to the station.