A totally real photo of the last air-whale on earth. Photographed in Sapa, Vietnam. Assembled in Cologne, Germany.
Amidst lush jungles,
Echoes of war still remain,
-AI generated haiku
I found these mysterious buildings in Singapore. The locals do not know what it is and what it is being used for. Some think it might be a giant toilet.
These are the infamous natural Skytrees of Singapore. They were first discovered in 1789 by the thai immigrant and paranormal scientist Kok Poh. Back then some Skytrees even grew up to be more than 350 meters high. (Higher than the Eiffel tower!)
Kok Poh not only spotted the giant trees first, but also fought the government of Malasia until her death in 1850, to not have them petrified. Obviously Kok Poh lost the fight, but thanks the the petrification process we can enjoy the view of the Skytrees and they shall remain in our hearts forever.
These buildings in China are a UNESCO World Heritage, since they are up 700 years old and still habited by the Hakka people.
I took this panorama of 12 photos on my last travel to China.
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3 Minutes after the sun rises from behind the Alishan mountains, you get this view over Taiwan.
The heavenly view from Alishan National Scenic Area on Lishan and other mountains in Taiwan.
In the north of Taiwan you can find the beautiful ancient town named Jiufen.
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My favorite photo of Taipei yet! I took this panorama from the Taipei 101, which used to be the highest building
the world, until the Burj Khalifa in Dubai in 2010.
You can see a high resolution of this photo in the gallery.
I found this garden entrance somewhere in Kyoto, Japan. Anyone knows where exactly?