The Batu Caves are one of Kuala Lumpur's most famous attractions and well known far beyond the country's borders. The about 15 km outside, of Kuala Lumpur, located caves, attract millions of visitors every year, so a visit was also on the bucket list for us. In the following article, you will get us
In the third part of the Kuala Lumpur series, we explore the city and make a stop in China Town, Little India, and the Petronas Towers. You shouldn`t miss that so have fun with today's article.
Also today we start with a hearty breakfast, which consists exclusively of the fruits of yesterday
In the second part of the Kuala Lumpur series, we explore the surrounding area and unexpectedly find one of the most famous local markets in KL. What we have discovered can be seen in the following article.
The first day after arriving in KL, we have entirely overslept. I guess it's around 4:00 pm
The capital of Malaysia is an adventure in itself. In no other place do so many different cultures live together peacefully and collectively as in "KL." That is how the locals call their city, where there is much to discover. Old architecture mixes with the modern so that temples are to find next to
The southernmost island of Thailand is no longer an insider tip, yet it is beautiful. Only four and a half square kilometers in size this island is part of the "Tarutao National Park". Once populated by sea nomads, there were only a handful of bamboo huts on the beaches. To reach this little paradis
Many stories and myths deal with pharaohs and pyramids. To see them truly is for many on the "bucket list" and that for a good reason. The relics of the ancient high culture attract numerous visitors to Egypt every year but I was irritated by something else. The coasts of Egypt offer fantastic condi
The "Danube" is for Budapest, like the "Seine" for Paris. This city is both a cultural center and a tourist magnet. We were on a city trip in the middle of June and we were looking forward to this city. So much good we had heard and now it was time to finally convince ourselves. What we experienced
"The pearl of the Danube" is known for its many sights. Whether Parliament, Matthias Church, Heroes Square, Castle Palace or Gellert-bath, here is something for everyone. Budapest invites you to stroll along its boulevards or stop off in one of the countless cafes. If you are interested in "street a
The formerly small fishing village, in the east of the island, was more and more touristically developed but has nevertheless retained its charm. The village became known as a city, with a marina, beach and the actual attraction, the "Coves del Drac". You can call them „dragon caves“ either. What aw
Having already given a brief overview of the northeast of the island (https://steemit.com/travel/@fromheart/traveling-europe-the-northeast-of-mallorca), I would now like to devote myself to the small village of Santanyi and its surroundings. What can you expect from here, you will learn in the follo
Somehow it has never pulled me to Mallorca because the German mass tourism didn't make me curious for this island. But this year it was time.
A week in a finca, with friends, sounds good to me and since we were not in one of the "tourist area`s", I give it a try. As we were home somewhere on a mount
The capital city of the Czech Republic is one of the most popular destinations in Europe and that for a good reason. Prague has reams of sandstone towers and they are shimmering golden in the sunlight which is the reason for the name „golden city“. You can find a little overview of what Prague has t