Joy’s Trip to Asia

 

About a month ago, Joy took a post graduation trip to Asia. On this trip she was able to go to Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Japan. Take a look at some of the places she visited and the various lush tropical landscapes she experienced.

 

Banyan plants also known as Ficus benghalensis that can be seen all over retaining walls in Hong Kong.

 

Central and Western District Promenade looking at Victoria Harbor – designed by West 8 – Hong Kong

 

Central and Western District Promenade looking at Victoria Harbor – designed by West 8 – Hong Kong

 

Western District Public Cargo Working Area – Hong Kong

 

View from Taipei 101 – Taiwan

 

Visiting a tea plantation in Maokong, Taiwan

 

Old Railroad Tracks at the Pier-2 Art Centre – Kaohsiung, Taiwan

 

Murals at the Pier-2 Art Centre – Kaohsiung, Taiwan

 

Giant Buddha Belly Bamboo – Bambusa ventricosa – Taipei, Taiwan

 

Saihō-ji, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a moss temple in Kyoto, Japan originally built in the 8th century AD with over 120 species of moss.

 

One of the many species of moss at Saihō-ji

 

Arashiyama Bamboo Grove in Kyoto, Japan

 

Over the top restaurant signs in Osaka, Japan

 

The busiest intersection in the world – Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo, Japan.


Forest of Resonating Lamps, change color as you move close to them. A Team Lab exhibit at the Mori Museum in Tokyo, Japan.

 

 

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