Kuang Si Falls – Falls

Another great location at Kuang Si is the upper waterfall. Be also here sure to be in the early morning when Kuang Si opens, otherwise it will be very crowded. If you move upwards dont stop at the amazing tree location, but move on.

Photo Spot:

  • Location: Kuang Si, Laos
  • GPS Position: 19°44’58.2″N 101°59’31.0″E
  • Time: early morning
  • Access: morning to evening (check opening hours)
  • Drones: currently no restrictions
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Haw Pha Bang

The Haw Pha Bang temple is amazing when the sun hits the golden plates and beautiful colours starts to burn. You will find many nice photo locations inside the area of the Royal Palace around the temple. But our favourite photo location was on the opposite street where the way up to Mount Phousi starts.

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Nepal Inspiration

Already four years passed when we were in Nepal for 3 days visiting the monumental cultural temples after the big earthquake in 2015. Find our best pictures within our Inspiration Slider.

Kuang Si Falls – Tree

This is an amazing location, but be sure to be in the early morning when Kuang Si opens, otherwise it will be very crowded. You will find this location on the way to the big waterfall. Just follow the pass, you can’t miss it. And take some swimwear with you, if are while dry season here. You will not regret. During rain season there is too much waterflow to swim.

Photo Spot:

  • Location: Kuang Si, Laos
  • GPS Position: 19°45’01.7″N 101°59’37.5″E
  • Time: early morning
  • Access: morning to evening (check opening hours)
  • Drones: currently no restrictions
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Ninna-ji Temple

We discovered this pearl by accident. Unlike many of the temples that are among the main attractions in Kyoto, you can move around freely in this temple complex. No barriers or signs prevent you from entering the rooms or other parts of the building. Therefore, the visit to this temple became something very special. Strolling through the rooms, discovering every corner or just sitting on the terrace. While the visitor crowds squeeze through the nearby Ryoan-ji, you can relax here and enjoy the garden – all at your own pace.

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Handara Iconic Gate

The Handara Iconic Gate is a very popular Instagram location. Either you come very early in the morning to take some shots, otherwise you will need some time and nerves. This location is so crowded, that you need to wait 1 hour to get a possibility for a picture without people. Before entering the gate, you will need to pay a fee of IDR 30,000 per person, when you are not located at the resort.

There is not much specials to consider, just enjoy this amazing location.

Photo Spot:

  • Location: Bedugul, Bali
  • GPS Position: 8°15’11.3″S 115°09’29.6″E
  • Time: allways
  • Access: ticket on entrance
  • Drones: no restrictions
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Pura Ulun Danu Bratan

Pura Bratan is a location which is hardly connected to luck for weather conditions. We had always either bad weather with deep fog or sunny without any clouds. Maybe just bad luck. Nevertheless, this is an amazing photography location for landscape, travel and Instagram photography. You can just enter the area before opening ours through the main entry.

If you want to rent a boat before opening hours, just ask some of the workers in the area, they can organize you a boat for small fee. Really friendly stuff.

This location is also great to meet other passionate photographers. I meet Stefan & Janina from thewolf0ftravel on their world travel. Thanks to Janina I could take some beautiful photos for Instagram, as replacement for Elise, who preferred to take a longer sleep. Love you anyway sweety 🙂

Photo Spot:

  • Location: Bedugul, Bali, Indonesia
  • GPS Position: 8°16’30.4″S 115°09’59.1″E
  • Time: sunrise, sunset
  • Access: no special access needed
  • Drones: not allowed in this area
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Myanmar

Myanmar was the first Southeast Asian country we visited. That’s why we were pretty nervous prior to the journey, but as we arrived there, we instantly fell in love with this wonderful country and the kindhearted people.

During our time in Myanmar, we had a tight program that took us to different places all over the country: the charming cities Yangon and Mandalay with their surroundings, the beautiful ancient city of Bagan, a short and cooling stay in Kalaw, and the impressive and relaxing Inle Lake.

We compiled a few impressions of our journey in March 2016 and hope we can inspire some of you to visit this great place that has so much to offer…

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Cambodia

We decided to spend new year in Cambodia. It was a great decision. We fell in love with this country. Not only the amazing temples let us feel like this, it was more the kindness of the people living here.

The first few days we spend exploring the temples by ourself and chilling at the 200 m long pool of the fantastic Angkor Village Resort. After new year, we went on a guided 4-day tour with Régis Binard from Angkor Travel Photography, which was great as we got to know places away from the tourist trails. We can fully recommend this tour! Get in love with the country, meet locals and improve your photography skills.

It’s very easy to move around in Siem Reap by yourself. You can find a tuktuk or taxi everywhere on the street or book it at the hotel. The driver will carry you the whole day from sunrise to sunset. Or you can rent a bike, if you want to be more active.

Enjoy our impressions below…

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