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Temple Street

Hong Kong

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Temple Street is a night bazaar in an almost a kilometer road. Stalls sell many bargain items on this lengthy street. These include electronics, clothing, watches, jewellery and leather etc. The market also includes some food stalls that are rare nowadays, Chinese opera performances and fortune-tellers too.

The area is usually open around 18:00 to Midnight. Transportation: MTR Yau Ma Tei Exit C

  • Last updated on Aug 10, 2015 |
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Nieves-Azcuna Ancestral House

Negros Occidental, Philippines

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This impressive ancestral house provides a clear glimpse of the lives of people who lived in the old days in San Carlos City. Public access is not allowed. However, one can view the structure thru its gates.

Unfortunately, as of July, 2015. This heritage structure in now in rubble, to be replaced by a commercial establishment......

  • Last updated on Aug 08, 2015 |
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Kapihan Nature and Adventure Park

Siargao, Philippines

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Kapihan adds to adventure and quality of experience when you visit the famed Bucas Grande Island in this part of the Philippines. Travel by boat from Dapa or Gen. Luna in Siargao to reach Socorro (1 hour) then take a land vehicle for a 20 minute-ride to the site. One can also have a great view of the neighboring island of Siargao main and other smaller islands. The site is being managed by a local community organization.

  • Last updated on Aug 08, 2015 |
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San Vicente Marine Sanctuary

Cebu, Philippines

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Located in Olango Island, one can visit the mangrove boardwalk, do snorkeling, boating, and even camping on its grounds. The site is run by the community so one's visit becomes more significant for the people of Olango Island.

  • Last updated on Aug 06, 2015 |
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Suối Voi (Elephant Springs)

Da Nang, Vietnam

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This recreation area lies between Đà Nẵng and Huế. This is still quite genuine and from touristic point of view somewhat underdeveloped. The springs are located around 17 km north of Hai Van pass, if you come from Đà Nẵng. The sign to Suối Voi (Suối: springs, Voi: elephant) can easily be missed (look at the sign “Phú Bài 44km”). After turning right, follow a bumpy Vietnamese country road, the provisional parking area appears appear after 1,7 km. The springs can be reached from the parking...

  • Last updated on Jul 23, 2015 |
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