The Arch - one of the highlights of 'Eua, located in the rocky south of the island. On the way there, you pass by the Rock Garden - large green plains w/ huge rocks in varying sized dotted around ⛰️
The whole area is 200 meters on - again - dramatic cliffs. From there we walked 20 min through a virgin forest until we reached this massive natural archway. Definitely more impressive than the one on Tongatapu. #visittonga#euatonga#ecodestination
There is something magical about wandering in the carved ruins of century old temples. @anoopjamesleo ➳
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When you plan a trip to Siem Reap , Cambodia (which btw should be on every travel enthusiast's bucket list), don't be overwhelmed by the number of temples added to your itinerary. ➳
I was skeptical if we need to add 10+ temples to our must See's, but once we stepped into the first few temples we knew we had to visit every structure built during the once mighty Khmer empire. ➳
There are over 1000 temples part of the Angkor archaeological complex, yes 1000+. Of course its a tough task to choose which ones to visit , so we will be posting about the best ones we visited during our stay in Siem Reap. ➳. 📍shot at the South gate of Bayon temple (one of the best) ➳
The Yasaka Shrine in Kyoto is an amazing shrine to visit at night and is open 24 hours.
The main shrine represents connections of fate and relationships and is a good place to place your wishes for improved relationships or to deepen the bonds of current ones.
The smaller shrine of Hamono, is my favorite, because it pays homage to the god of cutlery and blades (we all know my love for swords and knives 🙋) and is meant to help you carve out your future. 🔪 .
The last shrine is Utsukushi-Gozen and is focused on gaining a sound mind and body.
It's believed if you can take a few droplets of water from the temple and pat it on your skin, it will work to beautify both our mind and body. (And uh who doesn't want that?!)