Category Archives: Building

Interior : Riverside Centre Entrance Lobby

Riverside Centre Entrance Lobby in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

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A View of Yamashita Park and Marine Tower

Yamashita Park with Marine Tower Yamashita Park The green park that we saw before we reached Hikawa Maru is Yamashita Park. The place is appropriate in such place where both locals and visitors enjoys the walks while appreciating the beautiful view that Port of Yokohama offers. Yamashita Park Hotel New Grand – at the front of Yamashita Park Marine Tower

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Up Close of Minato Mirai 21 and Dropping By at Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Cultural History

Minato Mirai 21 We continued our walk from Nippon Maru Memorial Park until we reached the JR Sakuragicho Station. For me it was a great walk as the surroundings is really refreshing for me. Like what I experienced when my sister and I walked towards Ginza during our first night in Japan, the walk was relaxing since it still morning.

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Interior : The Block Arcade – Elizabeth St Interior Walkway

Interior (Post#2) : The Block Arcade – Elizabeth St Interior Walkway One of the things that I really enjoyed in Australia while strolling around in its different cities are its century old arcades and one of them is “The Block Arcade” or simply “The Block”. The said arcade is located almost at the center of Melbourne CBD. When I got

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Chromatic Outlook : 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster

Chromatic Outlook (Post #22) : 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster This post is related to the first photo I published under “Theme” which featured a classic car with a model of 1923 Chenard et Walcker 3L Roadster. This time I am featuring one of the super luxurious sports car – 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster. This model of Lamborghini

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In The Middle Of Somewhere : Canberra Parliament House – Senate Chamber

In The Middle Of Somewhere (Post#2) : Canberra Parliament House – Senate Chamber During my Day Tour in Canberra, I got chance to enter the building which is the centre of political power in Australia and I am referring to new and current Parliament House in Canberra. The photo above is one part of the building and called as Senate Chamber.

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Structure : Ho Chi Minh City Hall

 Structure (Post#1) : Ho Chi Minh City Hall As part of our backpacking adventure was to walk around Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Saigon). And while walking we never expected to see the building of City Hall of Ho Chi Minh. The statue at the front is Ho Chi Minh itself who was a Vietnamese Communist revolutionary leader

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Panoramic View : Istana Negara

Panoramic View (Post#19) : Istana Negara “Istana Negara” means National Palace and when we visited this magnificent structure we learned that there are two existing Istana Negara, the photo above is the new and current Istana Negara located at Jalan Duta in Kuala Lumpur, the other one is now called as Old Istana Negara and named as Royal Museum. This

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Chromatic Outlook : Far Far Away Castle

Chromatic Outlook (Post#18) : Far Far Away Castle In our world today, I think Castle correlates to the word of fantasy and dreams as present time depicts opposite of happy and good dreams. For personal reference I like castle because most of the time, it is the common structure where a lot of story happened whether its monarchical and political

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View At My Window : Telus World of Science (Vancouver)

View At My Window (Post#17): Telus World of Science (Vancouver) As I passed this noticeable, shiny, amazing and unique building I was quite surprised to learn that a similar museum that I found in Alberta  does exist in British Columbia with its own identity. Traveling in Canada, I found three buildings that both existing in two provinces. The following buildings

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Name Of The Place : Port of Benoni

Name Of The Place (Post#17): Port of Benoni As we were traveling to Camiguin through ferry, I saw this port name before we dock to the island. The port is part of Mahinog Municipality and one of the ports in the island. Photo captured last October 2012. Please follow and like us:20

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View At My Window : MotorClassica At Royal Exhibition Building

View At My Window (Post#15) : MotorClassica At Royal Exhibition Building Car Motor Show was one of the unique event that I attended while in Melbourne. When I heard about MotorClassica I was curious as I am not really a car enthusiast since I don’t know how to drive and I don’t have my own car. But a showcase of

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Chromatic Outlook : Petronas Towers

Chromatic Outlook (Post#12) : Petronas Towers We had an opportunity to spent some of our holidays in Malaysia, three days of it was spent around Kuala Lumpur – the capital of Malaysia. When someone heard the name of this country, most commonly thing we think is Petronas Tower. The tower is also called as Petronas Twin Tower and served as the

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Chromatic Outlook : Queen Victoria Women’s Centre

Chromatic Outlook (Post#7) : Queen Victoria Women’s Centre When I stayed for a while in Melbourne City, one of the event that I experienced was Melbourne Open House which happened once a year. During the event, many government, private, historical, church, commercial and even office buildings and structures are open for public viewing. I loved Open House because the event

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Chromatic Outlook : Australian War Memorial

Chromatic Outlook (Post#6): Australian War Memorial Australian War Memorial is Australia’s national memorial to remember its military forces and other supporting forces who died for its country. I had a chance to visit this place last June 2013 when I visited Canberra which is the Australian Capital City (called as Australian Capital Territory). This post has been updated to add

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Mall of the Emirates, Gold Souk and Dubai Festival City Mall – A Little Bit Of It

I woke-up early, my stuff are all back in my luggage for my early checkout. It was the same day of my first day of having holiday in Dubai since the training was over. I checked-out early because I need to attend personal activity and I left my luggage at the hotel for the mean time. I was on my way

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