Rishikesh, located in the foothills of the Himalayas, is also known as the Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas and the Yoga Capital of the world. In addition to being one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimage sites, it is also popular amongst enthusiasts of adventure sports. Yoga and adventure sports have made Rishikesh a popular tourist destination in the world map. With a camera in hand, you can capture the essence of Rishikesh, be it the crowded streets, the temples or the sacred river Ganges. The Ganga Aarti is a daily ritual that is mesmerising to both the eye and the camera. It goes without saying that the Ganges is the lifeline of this holy city.


Apart from being a sprawling metropolis, Singapore is also a fabulous photographic destination. At dusk, Singapore transforms itself into a glittering extravaganza of light and colour that makes it irresistible for photographers. A creative eye, a decent camera and a tripod is all that you need to photograph this vibrant city at night. From popular tourist attractions like the Merlion Park to the lesser known Johor Straits, you have an ample choice of hotspots to explore and capture.


Hong Kong is a fusion of the East and the West and a perfect blend of both the modern and traditional outlooks, thereby earning the fame of being called "Asia's world city".  Hong Kong is a major financial hub, with a skyscraper studded skyline in the center and beautiful lush green surroundings on the outskirts. This vibrant city has something in it for everyone. For the shopaholics, it is a shopping paradise, with a presence of the world-renowned brands and the local markets selling local products, souvenirs, electronic goods, to name a few. Hong Kong has, over the years, established itself as a go-to destination for theme parks. The popularity of Disneyland and Ocean Park have grown exponentially over the years, with each introducing new attractions in a healthy competition with the other. And for photographers like us, you have the cityscapes, the long exposures by the harbor, the monasteries, the gardens, the busy streets and the list continues.


Bali, the land of temples and beaches was awarded by Trip Advisor as the world’s top destination in the Traveler’s choice category. With the beaches, amusement parks and night life on one hand and the temples, dances and artwork on the other, Bali presents itself as a perfect gateway for both the modern and the traditional. But for photographers like us it presents itself as a go to location for fantastic architecture and awesome sunsets at the beaches overlooking the temples. In one word, Bali is a photographer’s paradise. For us it was a quick weekend gateway and hence we were unable to explore much. But nevertheless, it was a memorable holiday with awesome pictures, great food and most importantly the friendly Balinese people.


Buddhism is one of the prominent religions in Singapore and hence you have quite a few beautiful Buddhist temples and monasteries here. The aesthetically designed buildings, the vibrant colours and the less crowded premises will surely inspire you to be creative with your photographs. Captured here are a few of these amazing architectural monuments.