Articles in the National Park Category
Featured, Headline, Hotels / Resorts, Islands, National Park, Places, TRAVEL, UNESCO Sites, VIETNAM, Vietnam - Halong Bay »
Stay in a Junk in Halong Bay with TravelMob.com
If you are planning your trip to Halong Bay, you should stay a night there, on a junk. If you want to book it early with hassle free, you should try TravelMob.com.
Simple interface and easy to navigate, contact the owner first before booking and you can also understand more about your stay and your host!
When I look over the travel sites, most of these junks cost more than US$100 per night per person until I stumbled upon TravelMob.com. Hence, I also booked …
AUSTRALIA, Australia - Tasmania, Food, Headline, National Park, Places, TRAVEL »
Lunch at Cradle Mountain Lodge
Set in near the Craddle Mountain, the Cradle Mountain Lodge is a beautiful place to stay and to dine. During my media trip to Tasmania last year, I had lunch at Cradle Mountain Lodge with my media friends.
It was not the best day as it was raining cats and dogs in Cradle Mountain. We missed the peak of the Cradle Mountain thanks to the bad weather.
However, we soon forgot about it as we had a fabulous lunch at Cradle Mountain Lodge. The restaurant in Cradle Mountain …
AUSTRALIA, Australia - Tasmania, Headline, National Park, Places, TRAVEL »
Wineglass and Coles Bay Lookout, Freycinet Peninsula Tasmania
You have seen it on postcards and when you plan to travel to Tasmania, this is the place you don’t want to miss. It is the Wineglass Bay, a beautiful bay formed by nature onto a wineglass shape and also the Coles Bay both on Freycinet Peninsula. You can view it by air or hiking to Wineglass Bay Lookout Point and Coles Bay Lookout Point! Coles Bay Lookout Point is just under the Wineglass Bay Lookout Point and you won’t miss it.
For the …
AUSTRALIA, Australia - Tasmania, National Park, Places, TRAVEL, UNESCO Sites »
Cradle Mountain – Lake St. Clair National Park of Tasmania
This is one of the most prominent landscapes of Tasmania, Australia; the Cradle Mountain – Lake St. Clair National Park. Approx. 1,545 meters above sea levels, it is one of the most popular tourist sites in Tasmania and Australia.
The national park is listed under the Unesco Heritage List under the Tasmania Wilderness. You can read about it here as extracted from the official Unesco Heritage List:
Cradle Mountain-Lake st Clair was re-proclaimed as a national park (124,848ha) on 18 July 1971 under …
MALAYSIA, Malaysia - Perlis, Medical Tourism, National Park, Places, TRAVEL »
Adventure in Perlis Day Three with Santai Magazine
On our last day of the adventure, we were given another hectic yet fun schedule. Our trip was made possible with Santai Travel Magazine and Tourism Malaysia Perlis. The first two days were fun and the third day was all about discovery.
Perlis Herbal Park (Rimba Herba Perlis)
Perlis Herbal Park (Rimba Herba Perlis)
With the blessing of having one of the oldest rainforest in the world, the state government built the Perlis Herbal Park to research and use the herbal plants.
There are dozens of locally …
Beaches, Headline, Islands, National Park, Places, THAILAND, Thailand - Beaches, Thailand - Krabi »
Maya Bay at Koh Phi Phi Ley
Have you watch the movie “The Beach”? The movie starred by Leonardo DiCaprio who acted “Titanic” and “Inception”. Yes, part of the beautiful scenery was actually shot in Maya Baya at Koh Phi Phi Ley (Phi Phi Ley Island) near Phuket and Krabi, Thailand.
Late last year, I was in Krabi Thailand with my family and friends from America. It was my first time visiting Maya Bay and it was part of the Koh Phi Phi Island Tour.
In general, there are three popular island hopping …
Caves, MALAYSIA, Malaysia - Perlis, National Park, Places »
Caving Adventure at Gua Wang Burma, Perlis State Park
I never did caving before in my life. Due to my size, I am not agile so I had history of injuries due to slipping and falling. This has created a fear in my life.
Well, somehow I overcome the fear with the help of many friends. End of last year, I joined a group of media friends for a caving adventure at Gua Wang Burma in Perlis.
The interesting part of this cave is it actually links to Thailand as the mountain is …
AUSTRALIA, Australia - Tasmania, Headline, National Park, Places »
The Cataract Gorge Reserve Launceston Tasmania
How to make a great trip in Tasmania? Start from Launceston and end it at Hobart and the best way of having the Tassie experience is by self-drive tour. Hence, you wouldn’t want to miss the beauty within the island.
I landed at the Launceston Airport in late afternoon after transiting at the Melbourne International Airport. There I was joined by other media representatives from Singapore, China and Hong Kong. Yes, it was a media trip and one of the biggest I have participated.
The first pit …
AUSTRALIA, Australia - Tasmania, Headline, National Park, Places, UNESCO Sites »
The Enchanted Walk at Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania
I still remember watching the Midsummer Night’s Dream the movie more than 10 years ago where I was astonished by the beautiful enchanted forest. The movie is an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s play and it featured cast like Kevin Kline, Michelle Pfeiffer, Christian Bale, Callista Flockhart and many more. Even though the movie is not as popular as the play, the scenes of the enchanted forest were striking and unforgettable.
Never can I imagine that I could “revisit” the …
INDONESIA, Indonesia - Bali, National Park, Places, TRAVEL »
Danau Batur Lake, Kintamani Bali
We visited this lake during our honeymoon in Bali. It was part of the landscape of Mount Batur, as popular tourist destination in Bali.
The Danau Batur Lake is the largest lake crater in Bali and it is a good source of fish. Hence, we spotted a few fishing villages near the lake.
It was unfortunate that the sky was gloomy when we visited this area so the pictures looked grey. This is part of the Kintamani tour which includes the viewing of Mount Batur. It is one …
Beaches, Caves, Headline, Islands, MALAYSIA, Malaysia - Beaches, Malaysia - Islands, Malaysia - Marine Parks, National Park, Places, Shopping, Temples / Mosques / Churches »
Why Malaysia Is Truly Asia?
Imagine a country with multi racial and multi ethnic staying together in harmony and peace. The home for ecology and nature paradise with an estimation of 20% of the world’s animal species, 620 species of bird, 150 species of snakes, 15,000 species of vascular plants and forest believed to be more than 130 million years old. The country is also famous for its world tallest twin tower, world class formula one circuit, world class diving destinations, world class cuisine and world class airlines. This country is …
ARGENTINA, Argentina - Tierra del Fuego, Argentina - Ushuaia, Headline, National Park, Places »
Riding to the end of the world with the train of the prisoners (El Tren Fin del Mundo)
End of the world? Is there really such place existed? Isn’t it just a myth?
Well, it’s not myth. The “end of the world” is actually located at the southernmost city in the world; Ushuaia Argentina. Located at lowest tip in the world map above Antarctica, Ushuaia (Tierre del Feugo) has various names which include the “End of the World”.
In the past, Ushuaia has one of the most remote prisons in the world. Due …