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A Moment's HesitationBefore entering the Elephant Cave
Taking in the intricate stone sculpture surrounding the mouth of the iconic Elephant Cave in Goa Gajah.
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Above The JungleSurrounded by calming shades of green
Glass-bottomed viewing platform at Alas Harum, overlooking the steep rice-paddy-filled valley below.
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
The Rice of LifeSleeping above a rice field in Langkawi
Travel in a virtual time machine to an era of wooden houses built on stilts above flooded rice paddies. This authentic Malaysian experience can be found today at Gemalai Village.
Langkawi, Malaysia
Window to the Andaman SeaSoaking up Paradise 101... literally
This private island is made for photography and relaxation lovers. We put our feet up for a few hours and watched the boats sail by as the gentle, warm wind kissed our cheeks.
Langkawi, Malaysia
Low-lying clouds descending and wrapping around Kuala Lumpur's skyscrapers is a view to behold. Light glinting from the cladding of the seemingly indestructible structure exudes a sense of strength.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Jatiluwih Rice Terrace From AboveSky reflections in Bali's most beautiful terraces
Located over 1.5 hours north of Kuta in the heart of the island, this stunning location is worth the effort.
Bali, Indonesia
Natural Salt Farmer in Pesinggahan, BaliPouring sea water on volcanic soil
This laborious process results in grape-sized salt crystals forming in the top-layer while the water filters deeper.
Bali, Indonesia
Long Boat In Phi Phi Don IslandThe penultimate South Thailand scene
Pure turquoise of the Andaman Sea balanced with fine, golden sand and an endless blue sky. If this isn't tropical nirvana, I don't know what is.
Krabi, Thailand
Wandering around these otherworldly limestone pillars within Nambung National Park near Perth, Australia. The slow process of erosion has left its mark on this landscape over millions of years.
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Rice Farmer Near Jasri, BaliBringing in the harvest
We stopped to watch farmers on the way to Taman Soekasada Ujung at the far east end of Bali. They were using the same tools and processes that have been passed down for generations.
Bali, Indonesia
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