Me and Famous Landmarks

Every famous place has its landmark. A visit to a famous place would not be complete if you have not taken a picture of “the” landmark.

I have been quite privileged to be able to visit some of the most famous places in the world and here is my collection…

LONDON

There were plenty of other landmarks that I had of England and London in particular, but I took them with an old camera. So, to put them up I must scanned them like this one here.

Me with the iconic London’s Telephone

I hope that I can visit London again one day 🙂

PARIS

I think that this landmark need no introduction. So happy to take it when the light was lit
Champs Ellyssee
Colorful window of Notre Damme

ROME

The Colloseum
Imagine that this was once the arena where Gladiators fought against lions?

VATICAN

The Vatican and the Pope was actually there...
The Vatican and the Pope was actually there…

KUALA LUMPUR

The Petronas Tower

SINGAPORE

Some might argue that Merlion is the most iconic landmark of Singapore. But Marina sandsbay is equally great

USA

I visited several states and each equally interesting.

Washington D.C.

The most famous house in the world

Boston, Massachusetts

Massachusets Institute of Technology

Chicago

Chicago Navy Pier

San Fransisco

This one is probably the most precious pictures that I got during my visit to USA. First time we could not get a picture of the bridge it was really foggy. As we drove we kept trying to get a picture until finally we got a perfect spot to get this one.

Bangkok

Asiatique, a busy shopping area in Bangkok

KUMAMOTO, JAPAN

Kumamoto Castle
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Chicago Architecture

Once upon a time in 2012, I got an opportunity to visit Chicago as part of International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP). During our free time we were taken for a Chicago Architectural Boat Tour, which enables us to admire Chicago’s architecture.

We set off from Navy Pier, which offer great view.

And here are the building and architecture pictures. The tour guide explained each famous building and land mark, but I was too busy taking pictures so I did not remember any of it.

All these pictures were taken with my old Sony Cybershot digital camera. Looking at the pictures again, the neck pain that I got after looking up to take them is all worth it.