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Eunice Khong

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The Mystic World of Orangutans

29 November 2012

When I learnt that we had to overnight on a river boat in the jungle of Central Kalimantan, eight persons sharing one bathroom, that put up a bit of struggle in me. Voice inside: You are there to see the endangered orangutans that are only found in Borneo and Sumatra! Yeah, I saw those in the zoo - our beloved Ah Meng and her clan. And the rainforest is so hot, very humid and those blood sucking flies love me. Call me shallow. I survived (like a big deal) two days of trekking into the dense jungle where we crossed paths with orang utans, probos

The Wonders of Borobudur Temple

30 November 2012

Been there twice in a year! On my recent trip to Central Java, I visited Borobudur Temple in the early hours to catch the sunrise. Without many tourists around in the morning, the whole atmosphere was calm and surreal. I could count with my fingers how many times I really got up very early for sunrise photography. Such trips like this is worth sacrificing some sleep to catch the magical sunrise. Silhouette of the stupas during sunrise.  The morning mist in the mountains formed a divine backdrop for Borobudur Temple.  Did

The Beauty of Yogyakarta

5 December 2012

Yogyakarta is the second most popular destination after Bali in Indonesia. Also known as Jogjakarta, the beautiful city never fails to amaze with its old world charm and natural beauty. Steep in history, Yogya is the centre of Javanese art and culture, the cradle of civilization on Java where a few world heritage sites are located in the city and surroundings. It is the gateway to one of the world wonders – Borobudur Temple, Prambanan Temple and Indonesia’s most active volcano – Mount Merapi. Mount Merapi Literally the Mount

Up Close with the Dragons

14 December 2012

Komodo National Park is officially the 'New 7 Wonders of Nature'. The pristine beaches and crystal clear waters teeming with an�abundance of colourful marine life top the list of my favourite snorkeling sites anytime. Not to forget the world's largest lizards roaming on the islands - Komodo Dragons! The near-extinct species can only be found at Komodo National Park that consists of three main islands: Komodo, Rinca and Padar. Komodo island We flew from Bali to Labuan Banjo via Transnusa and stayed at Laprima Hotel for