Siem Reap, Angkor Wat, the worlds kingdom, tuk-tuks and cheap food from all around the world. I feel like this is the worlds melting pot! I have met so many people from all over the world. I have seen all kinds of Asian shops, a Mexican shop, all kinds of American brand name clothing, A Swiss guy, germans, English, Irish, United Kingdom, Russian and so many more people! Daniel, a Swiss guy who moved to Cambodia to open “Swiss Food” restaurant. Siem Reap is a city that shows The high of highs and the low of lows. Anything you want to do or see you can find here. It is
Hong Kong was beautiful, exciting, eventful and fun. I will miss that wonderful city and country, I will be back! As my adventure is coming to an end, I have one more stop to make. A quick stop in Tokyo to visit not only Japan, but some close family I have there as well! A fantastic way to end a great adventure. Upon arriving in Tokyo, it is evident that this city gets travellers from all over the world. The welcome signs consist of many languages, including many that I can speak or read – Farsi, Arabic, English, and Spanish! I was met by an eager group of children that
Caves are stunning creations. Rock formations are spectacular. Rock formations in the middle of bodies of water can be even more stunning. This is Halong Bay, also called the “descending dragon bay”. Halong Bay is a series of 1969 islands surrounded by over 1500 square kilometers of water. Its huge. No, its enormous! covered in islands, caves, holes, nooks and crannies everywhere. Because of its sheer size and beauty it is a very popular tourist attraction and has been commercialized quite a bit, so be advised if you do come see it, there will be lots of people to see it, whether at the low season or the high season.
A trip to Beng Melea was amazing. This temple is about 70km from Siem Reap. In my opinion it was one of the more exciting temples because of its natural ruin state, with no cleaning of it or restoration taking place. The roof stones and any stones that have fallen over the years lay where they fell. Also, there is little organization as to where you are allowed to walk/go – so its a “free for all” to climb on top of the temple. I climbed the walls, the fallen roof, made my way to the highest points and back down. There is a walking path if you like to
KL. Home of the Petronas Towers. Home of great food, and nice people! To bad I did not have more time here, I could have spent another 4 days here at least! I got into KL very late, slept in and and got a late start to my day. First things first, I have no Malaysian Ringgit and have to get some in my pocket! KL Chinatown is located close to GRID 9 HOTEL, my living quarters for the moment. I find a currency converter and get my Ringgits and explore the surroundings a little bit. Chinatown is on my checklist, so I knock that off. Staff at Grid 9 SUICIDE SHOWERS! YAY!
This page is solely a compilation of all my YouTube videos. This page will be updated as I post new videos of the trip! Singapore: Stop 1, such a modern city with so much to offer! Stop 2: Kuala Lumpur! From monkeys and caves to the tallest structures on earth, this city is full of energry! Stop 3: This is where real adventure takes place – freedom to roam ruins and explore temples, in such a secluded area of the world, nearly forgotten by many, is a hidden gem of green and lush forests! Part 2 of Cambodia, watch me as I climb over complete temple ruins and question why