Temples and shrines, shrines and temples. It is impossible to wander a neighbourhood in Japan without passing at least one temple or shrine. They are some of the most peaceful locations you’re likely to find. There are … Continue reading Japan’s Temples and Shrines – A Brief Guide
As the snow melts and spring makes its warmer presence felt in Japan, the cherry blossom trees burst into bloom. A curtain of pink and white flowers delicately envelopes Japan’s streets, waterways, temples, houses and … Continue reading Cherry Blossom Fever in Japan (And Why You Want to Catch It)
Gardens by the Bay is visual artistry. This is one of Asia’s foremost garden destinations – and a 250-acre ‘happy-snap’ paradise! It’s spectacular, but overwhelming when it comes to capturing the visual narrative that is … Continue reading Capturing Eden: An amateurs guide to photographing Gardens by the Bay
Something that most people have in common is that they like to travel. But not everyone has the same travel style, travels the same way or for the same reasons. Wendy Wu Tours have tours … Continue reading Which style is your travel style?
The Gobi Desert When I first hear the word “desert,” I think hot, dry, and lifeless. However, The Gobi Desert is anything but lifeless. The Gobi is a place where it rains in summer, … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Visit Mongolia
Have you ever returned from a holiday with a camera full of disappointing shots? Every country in Asia has its own unique culture, history, landscapes, food and story to tell. For some, capturing these is … Continue reading Travel Photography Made Easy