Manado is the second largest city in Sulawesi.
The Dutch missionaries under wings of powerful Oost Indische Compagnie VOC began to build their sacred temples in Manado in 17th century. The Dutch legacy has survived to this day.
The Burmese as well foreigners looking for luck or fortune leave their gilted bronze and alabaster Buddha images at Pindaya Caves.
The priests of a monastery proudly present their treasures.
A Toraja village located south of Rantepao.
An early March afternoon. The culmination of funeral ceremony comes in a few minutes. All guests gathered around a village’s square wait for appearance of first buffalo.
The Agung bros at their family compound in Ubud during Kuningan festival.
The church in small town Tomok near Toba Lake in North Sumatra.
Pura Besakih on the slope of Agung volcano attracts many pilgrims and tourists.
The child accompanied by an old monk on the morning trail in touristic hotel area in Bagan.
The photo taken during a funaral ceremony in West Sumba. A neighbor of the deceased brings a sacrifice horse at noon. The animal decorated with a plum will be killed at the grave in a few hours later.