Blog Posts - Temples



Asia Trip 2015, Thailand: Glur Hostel + Last Day in Bangkok

Hello, friends! You still there? Haha. So, this is my last Thailand post! I feel a little sad because this means I'm halfway done and we're nearing our trip's end. BUT! Still got a lot of exciting things to share, as well as tips for you guys! Myanma...
by Drowning Equilibriums on Jan 6, 2016

Hear the sound of one hand clapping in Hawaii

Even among the devout, the thought of going to a church or temple while on vacation in Hawaii may seem like a downer. Think again. The Islands are dotted with spritually inspired,  knock-your-socks-off beautiful places that in a few minutes will...
by Hawaii Photo Bank on Dec 22, 2015

Must See Mayan Temples of Northern Belize

When it comes to Mayan archeological sites, most people are familiar with  Tikal Guatemala, one of the largest Mayan sites in South America.    But just east of Tikal, in the small country of Belize,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit m...
by Travel on Dec 18, 2015

Asia Trip 2015, CAMBODIA: Artisans D'Angkor + Border Crossing

Hello, hello! Here's the last leg of our Cambodia adventure! Finally. So I could move on na to Thailand. Haha. Anyway, here's what we did during our last day in Siem Reap and also our experience (with some tips) on how to cross the Cambodia-Thailand...
by Drowning Equilibriums on Nov 30, 2015

Mount Shosha

Mount Shosha (書写山) is a 371 metre tall mountain near Himeji, the top of which is full of Buddhist temples of the Tendai sect. The most famous is Shoshazan Engyō-ji (書寫山圓教寺), which is often used when filming historical movies an...
by Cheapo Japan on Nov 29, 2015

Mount Shosha

Mount Shosha (書写山) is a 371 metre tall mountain near Himeji, the top of which is full...
by Cheapo Japan on Nov 29, 2015

Asia Trip 2015, CAMBODIA: Temple Tours

I am so sorry if I am taking this long to blog about my Asia trip last August. Been so busy with work I barely have time to open my laptop. Huhu. But! I shall try to finish everything this weekend! Weh? Haha. I shall make time promiiiise.  Anywa...
by Drowning Equilibriums on Nov 28, 2015

Konark Temple

 Konark Sun Temple is a 13th-century Sun Temple at Konark in Odisha, India. It is believed that the temple was built by king Narasimhadeva I of Eastern Ganga Dynasty around 1250 CE.
by Exploring The World on Nov 7, 2015

Kukkuteshwara Swamy temple Pithapuram

Kukkuteshwara Swamy temple The most famous temple at Pithapuram is that of Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is known as Kukkuteshwara Swamy here. Once upon a time Gayasura a powerful a powerful demon was acquired puruhutikashakti which is one among the Asthad...
by Shirdi Sai Baba Photos on Oct 27, 2015

Honolulu attractions

Honolulu is not only the tourist center of Hawaii, it is also the educational, artistic and political heart of Hawaii and has a reputation for some of the best restaurants, hotels and theaters in the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...
by Travel on Oct 23, 2015

L'Escalier du Temple de Denderah Lieu Mystérieux - Egypte

En février 2010, ce n'était pourtant pas ma première venue dans le temple de Denderah et pourtant ce fut la première fois où je gravis son escalier pour accéder à sa terrasse.Les deux étages - ou peut-être trois - me laissent encore un étra...

Pic of the weEk: Segesta greek temples

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by Living In Sicily on Aug 27, 2015

Taken For a Ride by a Tuk Tuk Driver in Bangkok

I’d already considered myself a fairly savvy traveller by the time I arrived in Thailand. After all, I’d lived in Asia for over a year and had just spent three weeks making my way around poverty-stricken Cambodia. It’s amazing how...
by Marie Away on Aug 20, 2015

Laxmi Narayana Latest Beautiful Paintings

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by Shirdi Sai Baba Photos on Aug 13, 2015

Of Indian Architecture: Symmetry & Geometry

The geometry and symmetry in construction are as a result of extreme planning, conceptualization of design and a startling trilogy of creativity included. Indian architecture incorporates diverse elements beside simple lines and curvatures. Cosmic el...
by India Tour on Aug 4, 2015

Yamadera

Yamadera (山寺), meaning Mountain Temple, is a small town well known for its beautiful, scenic Ryūshaku-ji (立石寺) temple....
by Cheapo Japan on Jul 30, 2015

Goddess of Kannon

The Goddess of Kannon (仙台大観音) is a spectacularly huge statue of Kannon, the Deity of Mercy, near Sendai in Tohoku. It is...
by Cheapo Japan on Jul 29, 2015

Tenryuji Temple

Tenryuji Temple (天龍寺) is ranked as one of Kyoto’s top temples and a World Heritage site. The large, but fun to...
by Cheapo Japan on Jul 22, 2015

Daikaku-ji Temple

Daikaku-ji (龍安寺) is a quiet temple in northern Kyoto. Not many people come here compared to others in Kyoto,...
by Cheapo Japan on Jul 22, 2015

Ninna-ji Temple

Ninna-ji Temple (仁和寺) is yet another awesome World Heritage listed temple in Kyoto. The temple was founded in 888...
by Cheapo Japan on Jul 22, 2015


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