20 Things to See in Pyongyang

Going on vacation to North Korea is an ultimate and once in a lifetime experience. Not only is it quite costly to travel there, it is also rather a taboo to even share experiences about. It was my curiosity that fueled me to first took up the courage and step into the country. I was

Food from North Korea

Are you curious about the food in North Korea? Well, this was one of the most asked questions about my experiences in North Korea. If words like bibimbap, kimchi, tteok, samgyeopsal ring any bells then you are almost there with the answer. No, there’s no such thing as communist food and the North Koreans eat

Pyongyang Metro

The Pyongyang Metro is one of the must visits when one travels to Pyongyang. Bizarre as it sounds, tour groups to other countries usually avoid the metro or subway system as means of transport, but not for North Korea. The Pyongyang Metro is a place of interest on it’s own. It is not only old

25 Best Panoramas of Pyongyang

It was 2015 and it was our 2nd visit to the hermit kingdom of North Korea. We decided to return to this nation due the beautiful landscapes it offers and the unforgetable experience we had during our first visit in 2014. We went in October, just in time for the big celebration of the 70th

25 Best Panoramic Landscapes of North Korea

“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious” is what Albert Einstein has taught us. This is all so true. What is more exciting than traveling into the mysterious lands of North Korea? Well, that would be my big fat hard earned chance to capture the beautiful landscapes of the ‘hermit kingdom’ and

70th Anniversary of the Worker’s Party of Korea

10 October 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the Worker’s Party of Korea (WPK). Despite all the excitement going around and leading up to the big day, still much of its information and details were shrouded in mystery. This includes the schedule of the parade and the location of where tourists could stand to view

Landscapes of Bagan

Hidden away along the banks of the Irrawaddy River, the ancient city of Bagan is a photographers’ wonderland. Bagan is home to the densest concentration of ancient Buddhist temples and pagodas in the world. What makes this place so magical? Well, due to the thousands of temples that was built for hundreds of years across

Colonial Buildings of Yangon

Walking down the streets of downtown Yangon, old and dilapitated buildings loom like ghosts from another time. The decaying facade of these buildings are filled with old paint and small trees squeezing through those little cracks. The buildings are still above all standing as they have been for over a century. It is like a