Ever wonder which side of the road different parts of the world drive on? How about what Pangea would look like with today’s international borders? What about where the TV remote is located? Well, this post has the answer to the first two questions and more–and they’re all in map form. For the remote, just check under the couch again. Check out these maps and see if things make more sense to you!
Angkor Wat was built sometime in the early 12th century AD during the Khmer Empire by King Suryavarman II. So that would make it approximately 900 years old. Till date, this Hindu temple remains the largest religious site in the world.
Angkor Wat was selected into UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE in 14th December 1992.
Liam Wong is a Graphic Design Director at Ubisoft where he directs the ‘look and feel’, or in other words, visual identity for games. However, we are not going to discuss his professional work in this article, we are going to enjoy photographs that he has done as an amateur photographer traveling through his work.
The job of dreams is now a real thing, thanks to American company ThirdHome.
Cameras at the ready people, because your chance to earn £8,000 a month for travelling to expensive luxury homes all over the world and documenting the experience is finally here.
by Darion Gomez
When I arrived in Tokyo for the first time in February of 2017, I hadn’t slept in a day. My eyes stung and my arms were heavy as I dragged my luggage into the train heading from Narita to Tokyo proper, but I was finally on my way to the city I had only seen behind the glow of a screen.
by Oli Murugavel
I have heard a lot about Nepal but never been there. In June 2017 I traveled two cities in Nepal. Kathamandu, Pokhara and there were truly awesome. I got nothing much to say than just share my pictures!
If you’re not scared of heights and enjoy a bit of adrenaline-fuelled sight seeing, this is the experience for you.
Perrier the fancy water brand have taken sightseeing to the next level after installing a zip wire from the top of the Eiffel tower back down to earth – giving brave people the chance to see Paris from a completely new angle. They’ve organised the stunt in the hope of enticing more people to watch the French Open.
As the morning sun gently hits the beautiful stupa-strewn landscape of Bagan, I explored the vibrant surrounding village life. The most beautiful time of the day to visit Bagan is during sunrise or sunset. It’s difficult to take it all in. I just need to spend more days. I wanted to create a storytelling photos, hence spending few days chasing after the cattle & goats during sunset. It was dusty and the lighting condition just changed rapidly. I needed to get my camera setting changed fast in order not to miss the moment I wanted. The sun rays were filtering through the foliage with the kicked up of the dust from the cattle & goats was amazing. © Zacho Ho.