Located in Jeju island, Hallasan (Halla) Mountain is one of the “top three” mountains in South Korea situated at 1,950 meters above sea level. It was designated Korea’s National monument in 1966 and a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2002. The mountain has over 360 volcanic cones (Oreums) scattered around it with a crater lake at the summit that is said to be active even though it has not erupted in more than 5000 years. Mt. Halla is a big part of Jeju island and its culture and can almost be seen standing tall from any part of the island. …
Sunsets in Bali are truly mystical. Here are a few shots captured at Jimbaran beach.
Killer view at Wat Phra That Doi Suthep! Although Chiang Mai houses many temples, this one was one of my favorites just for the picturesque views. The temple is located on top of a mountain; the winding road to the temple passes through a forest with various attractions along the way. The view did not disappoint.