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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Flying With MAS To Beijing China

It has been so long I fly with MAS airline as usually I travel with AirAsia to China, so this time I decide to fly with MAS to Beijing.

the MAS
seat has colourful seats

MAS provide pillow and blanket and the seat is very comfortable


breakfast before arriving

see the moon from the sky

first sunrise from the plane

after few hours we arrive at Beijing airport early in the morning

checking in at the customs

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Sunrise Above The Cloud

This is the first time I ever watch the sunrise from the sky during my flight from KL to Beijing China and here is few photos

after a while the sun shine brightly after it come out of the cloud and we have to shut the window.

It was fun watching the sunrise from the plane.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Harbin Special 3 Wheel Taxi

As we traveling to our next tour destination in Harbin we came across this 3 wheel cars and our tour guild told us that the 3 wheel cars is a taxi.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Tian An Men Square Beijing

The first day we landed in Beijing we go to Tian An Men Square and the temperature that day were around 20 degrees not too cold.

Tian An Men Square is a large city square in the centre of Beijing China, named after the Tiananmen Gate located to its North, separating it from the Forbidden City. Tiananmen Square is the largest city square in the world.

I spot some soldiers also taking pictures at the place

( look ma I'm station at Tian An Men Square)

I also spot some soldiers cleaning the fence with perfect uniform.

the place has lot of CCTV

Monument to the People’s Heroes

Tian Ann Men Square view toward Chairman Mao at the Gate Of Heavenly Gate

We hang around the square around half an hour before we go venture to the Forbidden City.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

St Sophia Church At Harbin China

front view of St Sofia Church

St. Sophia Church in Harbin is the largest Eastern Orthodox Church in Harbin China

St. Sophia Church has a complex history, first constructed in March, 1907 by Russian Troops. St. Sophia Orthodox Church (Shengsuo feiya dajiaotang) is the most impressive, and imposing, structure. On September 27, 1923, planned by a well-known Russian architect, it began to be rebuilt. This lasted about 9 years until 1932.

The Stalin square is beside St Sofia Church

the church also a good place for pre wedding photos

back view of St Sofia Church

Monday, May 9, 2011

Quick Travel Update

I know.. I know... I hasn't been updating my blog quite often as before that I have been busy with my work and also recently been traveling to Korea, China and Penang.

At Beijing Airport

Harbin Airport
In China


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