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From Imperial Hue, ancient Hoi An to modern, bustling Danang, Central Vietnam is home to much of Vietnam's ancient history as well as its future. New construction and international resorts mix with UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year is the most important event of the Chinese calender and is a centuries old tradition. The New Year festival spans 15 days and involves many customs and festivities including exchanging of red enveloples, dragon and lion dances, fireworks, traditional foods and lighting of lanterns.
Motorbikes buzz through the ancient narrow streets of Hanoi's Old Quarter in between sweeping European boulevards lined with French colonial architecture. Hawkers tend market stalls wearing traditional conical hats, while locals find some respite from the hectic pace by tranquil Hoan Kiem Lake.
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City, still known to locals as Saigon, is Vietnam's most cosmopolitan city. Home to over 7 million, Saigon combines glass skyscrapers and shopping malls with ancient temples and rambling markets.
Street side markets, neon signs, taxis hurtling past futuristic shopping malls, all presided over by giant skyscrapers in Hong Kong, one of the world's most densly populated cities where east meets west and traditional meets modern.
Kyoto is the traditional Japan of travellers imaginations. Temples and Shrines, Geisha and Maiko and narrow alleyways lined with traditional buildings.
Markets are always full of interesting sights, sounds and smells. From fresh foods, to antiques and clothing, the markets of the world are a great place to shop or just browse and take in the colourful characters.
Marrakech, known as "The Red City" due to the colour of its ancient walls, provides an intense travel experience. Bargain for carpets or spices in the souks, or take in the spectacle of Djemma el-Fna, the world's greatest open air circus. Here snake charmers compete for attention with musicians and story tellers. At sunset, food stalls set up to offer all types of Moroccan delicacies to be eaten amongst the festivities. All of this set against the backdrop of the Atlas Mountains.
Some well known landmarks in Melbourne including Birrarung Marr, the Melbourne Cricket Ground, city centre and laneways and the Shrine of Remembrance.
New York City
Stock photography of New York City, its neighbourhoods, people and international icons, including Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty, Times Square and Manhattan skyline.
Landscape images of New Zealand South Island, including Milford Sound, Aoraki Mount Cook area, Tekapo and Lake Wanaka, as well as rebuilding Christchurch and the endangered Yellow Eyed Penguin.
Palace of Versailles
The Palace of Versailles is a royal palace outside of Paris, and is most famous as Louis XIV royal residence. Today the palace is a museum and attracts millions of visitors each year.
Images of Paris including icons such as the Eiffel Tower and Louvre Museum, and of life in Paris cafes and cobbled laneways.
San Francisco, in Northern California is a melting pot of artists and IT professionals. A city known for its creative energy, sunny streets and incomparable vistas. San Francisco is known for the Golden Gate Brigde, the largest Chinatown outside of Asia, Alcatraz, street cars and impossibly steep hills.
Singapore is a compact, diverse pocket of South East Asia. It's variety and efficient transport system mean that the visitor can take in Chinese and Indian heritage, ultra modern architecture, 5 star dining and 5 star street food all in a single day.
In Bondi and Manly, Syndey boasts two of the worlds finest and most famous beaches. In summer they swarm with locals and tourists who come to swim, surf or just soak up the sun.
Sydney's Harbour is the city's main attraction and boasts landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. It is also a centre of transport with Ferries carrying passangers to and from the CBD.
Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is one of the world's most recognisable landmarks. A UNESCO world heritage site, the opera house hosts many performing arts events and sits on Bannelong Point in Sydney Harbour.
Tokyo is one of the world's great metropolis. Hurtling into the future at the same time as embracing traditions that reach back thousands of years.
Tokyo: Old And New
Tokyo, Japan. A city of amazing contrast. From the skyscrapers and frantic pace of Shinjuku, to traditional Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines and a more relaxed pace in old Asakusa, Japanese people combine ancient customs and traditions with neon lights and state of the art technology.
Washington DC Monuments
The National Mall in the US capital of Washington DC is a national park containing monuments and memorials to past Presidents and historical figures. Memorials to Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Vietnam Veterans are located within or around the park grounds. The Capitol Building and White House are also nearby.