O Y M Y A K O N

Welcome to the Planet’s Coldest Village The Beauty of OYMYAKON Oymyakon, known as the Coldest Village on Earth. Winter temperatures in Oymyakon, Russia, average minus 56°C to minus 60°C.  In the year 1926, Russian scientist Sergey Obrychev registered the lowest temperature −71.2 °C (−96.2 °F) recorded at Oymyakon’s weather station. Since then, it has become the…

The Last Tattooed Face Woman of Chin Tribe at Mindat-Myanmar

The remote mountain town of Mindat is a district of the Chin state in the west of Myanmar, situated at 4,860 feet above the sea level  and about 5 to 7 hours drive from Bagan.  The remote tribal Mindat area, was restricted by the Burmese government until three years ago and now is open for…

W A M E N A – Papua – Indonesia

Wamena or Baliem Valley of Irian Jaya, is Indonesia’s most remote province is a valley in mountainous Jayawijaya, capital town of the Jayawijaya Regency of Indonesia. It is the largest town in Indonesian Papua’s highlands, situated at an altitude of 1,600 meters above sea level in the heart of the Cyclops Mountains surrounded by unspoiled…

The Coldest Fish market on EARTH

The Outdoor Fish Market on Yakutsk. Where the temperatures in winter between -40 °C to -48 °C. A market selling frozen fish, pork, shrimp, rabbit, beef and horse meat and also some berries. The Most well known delicacy is Stroganina – thin long slices of frozen fresh river fish which is eaten frozen during the wintertime, and usually served with vodka….

Y A K U T S K

Yakutsk is a Russian port city , Capital city of Yakutia, Sakha republic, located in Siberia. Yakutsk is the coldest city on earth. Winter temperatures hover around -40°C to -45°C. River will become frozen, villager walk on the frozen river. Yakutsk (on the Lena River) in the Russian Far North is a foggy, smoggy, city of 200,000…

A L C A T R A Z

Welcome to A L C A T R A Z The biggest concrete structure in the world and supposedly the most secure prison of the planet.   Alcatraz was America’s premier maximum-security prison, the final stop for the nation’s most incorrigible prisoners. The last stop for America’s most dangerous and violent offenders. Alcatraz located in…

U L A A N B A A T A R – M O N G O L I A

Welcome to a country of  Genghis Khan Genghis Khan, was the founder and Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, which became the largest contiguous empire in the world, the Mongol Empire. He developed the most advanced professional army ever seen in Asia. He was known as the most successful military commander , the world has ever…

G A W A I D A Y A K – I N D O N E S I A

Gawai Dayak is one of the major cultural feast celebrated by the Dayak people in West Kalimantan annually for the thanksgiving after harvest, usually on 20th May. Gawai Dayak comes from Gawai meaning festival and Dayak a name for indigenous peoples in Kalimantan/Borneo.  Pontianak, capital of  West Kalimantan – Indonesia, a place to hold Gawai Dayak…

P A C U J A W I Tanah Datar – Indonesia

P A C U  J A W I Pacu means race and Jawi means cow or bull or ox . Pacu jawi is a traditional cow race in Padang, West Sumatra – Indonesia that taking place in the Tanah Datar regency. Pacu Jawi has become a celebration and part of the cultural community. Formerly, Pacu…

M Y A N M A R

Mingalabar! is a greeting word in Myanmar means welcome and a wish for good fortune. Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) is one of the most magical and undiscovered destinations in the world, a golden land of breathtaking beauty and charm that is steeped in fascinating history and traditions, the land of faith, almost 90% of…

M Y A N M A R – Burmese Monk and Nun

Burmese Monk and Nun Buddhism in Myanmar is predominantly of the Theravada tradition, almost 90% of the population practicing Buddhism and  Myanmar also is the most religious country in the world. Theravada Buddhism is strongest in Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos and Burma (Myanmar). The basis of all forms of Buddhism is to use meditation…