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AJ Madayag πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­Philippines | 20 πŸ™Š Travel & Landscape πŸŒπŸ• Future Architect | SLU Baguio βœ‰ [email protected] Learn more by travelling!

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Uniquely designed vertical gardens. 
The Supertree Grove
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    Uniquely designed vertical gardens.
    The Supertree Grove
  • 100 2 8 January, 2019
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Cave Temple inside Batu Caves
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    Cave Temple inside Batu Caves
  • 86 1 6 January, 2019
  • The incredible rainbow steps of the Batu Caves. What could possibly be at the end of this colorful stairway? A hidden pot of gold? Some kick-ass temples? Local monkeys (that raped my camera)? Maybe even nothing at all. .
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(Reposted kasi blurred un nauna πŸ˜‚)
  • The incredible rainbow steps of the Batu Caves. What could possibly be at the end of this colorful stairway? A hidden pot of gold? Some kick-ass temples? Local monkeys (that raped my camera)? Maybe even nothing at all. .
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    (Reposted kasi blurred un nauna πŸ˜‚)
  • 90 5 6 January, 2019
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Wherever you go around Kuala Lumpur, these two towers will be watching you. πŸ˜‚
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So far, the Petronas Twin Towers (452m) are the tallest structures in the city. A Challenger to the crown, Merdeka PNB (644m when completed), is now under construction and will be the tallest structure in Southeast Asia.
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    Wherever you go around Kuala Lumpur, these two towers will be watching you. πŸ˜‚
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    So far, the Petronas Twin Towers (452m) are the tallest structures in the city. A Challenger to the crown, Merdeka PNB (644m when completed), is now under construction and will be the tallest structure in Southeast Asia.
  • 104 7 4 January, 2019
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Another great day for adventure! Go island hopping, play some beach volleyball, snorkle around some corals and have a stare off with a pretty aggressive fish!! πŸ˜‚
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And for those who just want to chill. Get a hut (its free), order a beer, sit back, relax, and enjoy the island life. 😎
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You only get 2 hours on this beach if you aren't on a private tour, so i suggest doing the first part. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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    Another great day for adventure! Go island hopping, play some beach volleyball, snorkle around some corals and have a stare off with a pretty aggressive fish!! πŸ˜‚
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    And for those who just want to chill. Get a hut (its free), order a beer, sit back, relax, and enjoy the island life. 😎
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    You only get 2 hours on this beach if you aren't on a private tour, so i suggest doing the first part. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
  • 118 4 25 December, 2018
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When the sunlight hits the water at the right angle, this beautiful blue shade shows! If you haven't been here, i strongly recommend coming over before this place is overrun by too many tourists πŸ˜‚
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    When the sunlight hits the water at the right angle, this beautiful blue shade shows! If you haven't been here, i strongly recommend coming over before this place is overrun by too many tourists πŸ˜‚
  • 157 16 24 December, 2018
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One way to start off vacation is to head straight to the beach! Great weather. Cool water. Absolute paradise.
#elnido 
#palawan
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    One way to start off vacation is to head straight to the beach! Great weather. Cool water. Absolute paradise.
    #elnido
    #palawan
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The Five-Storied Pagoda of Sensoji

Pagodas can be seen at many buddhist temples. Before changing into the current tower-shaped structure during the introduction of Buddhism to china, these were known as stupas. In India, the birthplace of buddhism, the stupa was originally dome-shaped. 
Pagodas are prone to fire and lighting, but easily survive earthquakes. This is because of the central pillar structure that supports the whole tower. (Credits to Ar. Valdivia πŸ™Š)
This was taken a few months ago.
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    The Five-Storied Pagoda of Sensoji

    Pagodas can be seen at many buddhist temples. Before changing into the current tower-shaped structure during the introduction of Buddhism to china, these were known as stupas. In India, the birthplace of buddhism, the stupa was originally dome-shaped.
    Pagodas are prone to fire and lighting, but easily survive earthquakes. This is because of the central pillar structure that supports the whole tower. (Credits to Ar. Valdivia πŸ™Š)
    This was taken a few months ago.
  • 101 10 3 September, 2018