Rinpung Dzong, meaning (‘fortress of the heap of jewels’), which has a long and fascinating history. Along the wooden galleries lining the inner courtyard are fine wall paintings illustrating Buddhist lore such as four friends, the old man of long life, the wheel of life, scenes from the life of Milarepa, Mount. Sumeru and other cosmic Mandala
After visiting Singapore with her dad, Seyamaila fell in love with travelling - and I'm glad she did! Otherwise it's possible that she wouldn't have decided to travel the world, to become a tour guide in Seville after finishing her studies in pedagogy and to answer Giving Getaway's questions about this amazing city. 🤩
This beautiful picture is from a small town in Andalucia called Carmona which is only a few kilometers away from Seville. I never heard of that town before - and that's why I love browsing through Seyamaila's gallery! It seems like there is barely any city and region in Spain that @a_born_traveller hasn't visited yet. From Malaga, Granada and Barcelona to Valencia, Huelva and the beautiful Zahara de la Sierra, thank you for sharing and showing us how much Spain has to offer! 😍
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Located along Keong Saik Road, Potato Head Folk is a familiar sight here in Singapore amongst both foodies and photographers! •
This iconic building houses the burger joint Three Buns as well as Studio 1939 and Rooftop Bar. The interior has a whimsical feel, with beautiful hand painted murals and quirky deco. Kind of like what we’d imagine a restaurant in Alice in Wonderland would look like 😋
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