Travel Digest #118

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  • Introduction

    Welcome to the Travel Digest #118 edition of #traveldigest! Enjoy!
    As always all posts featured here will be put on our Editors Choice Map.

    Hi everyone, @livinguktaiwan here again. Today's edition is later than usually as I just arrived back to UK yesterday, and have been spending a fantastic day catching up with my family all day. Anyway, I've now gone through all the posts, and have the following for you.


    #1 Climbing the steep stairs of the Wat Arun in Bangkok, Thailand

    Thailand has a lot of temples but one that @sjennon finds particularly interesting is the Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan or War Arun for short. It is located on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok and sometimes also called the Temple of Dawn as the sunray beams off the pearly white exterior. @sjennon's favourite feature of the temple are the carriers, which are the little men carrying the temple on their shoulders. She thinks they have a funky smile. What do you think?

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    #1 Climbing the steep stairs of the Wat Arun in Bangkok, Thailand

    #2 Isla Gigantes, Panay's hidden gem

    If you are a marine lover and want to get away from the crowd, then Isla Gigantes is for you. @juliatravel takes us to this hidden gem in Philippines. The island is actually made up of two islands and many smaller ones surrounding them. Live is pretty basic there, and phone connection is quite bad. However, it does offer a lot of amazing landscapes such beaches, lagoon and cave, as well as delicious scallops.

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    #2  Isla Gigantes, Panay's hidden gem

    #3 Trekking The Preikestolen Above The Lysefjorden In Norway

    @adonisabril takes us to the Pulpit Rock which is Norway's most famous attraction. The rock is 640m above sea level and was created about 10,000 years ago when melting frost from the glacier hit the cliff breaking off a large angular block. It takes about 4 or 5 hours to hike to the top, but when you get there you are rewarded with the amazing view of Lysefjorden and beyond.

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    #3  Trekking The Preikestolen Above The Lysefjorden In Norway

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    Thank you so much @steemitworldmap for the honorable mention! This is like a dose of encouragement for me. Appreciate it! :)


    You're welcome! Its a pleasure to have you on the map.

    Thank you :)


    It was a great post, always fascinates me when I see that massive rock

    Thanks for mentioning my review of Dos Rios in Panama. :) I really do love the World Map!!


    Thank you, and we love to see you and everyone else pinning your wonderful post on it

    Excellent project! I join it ! WORLD BELONG TO US ;)


    Thanks for you support

    Thank you for the honorable mention. I will work harder to be included in your travel digest again.

    Again, Thank you for the support.


    It was a close call for your post between being a featured or an honorable mention as we always get so many great posts. Please continue to pin your fantastic posts on the map


    The 3 featured posts are great and I totally agree with your picks. I will continue to pin my post for sure. 😊

    last pic amazing 👍


    stay tuned to our Daily Travel Digest and you will continue to see these amazing photos, and don't forget to read the posts as well!!

    why there is no place Indonesia ? @steemitworldmap


    If you zoom in, you will see quite a few posts pinned to Indonesia already, maybe you can help to pin more quality travel posts on it?? ^_^

    Awesome building

    Great posts! Keep it up!