Here I come to the last part of the journey in Beijing. The best part of the overall trip: the Great Walls of China! and the Yashow Market then the Temple of Heaven…
Amazing view, isn’t it?
Me and mas Mance. Such a nice co-worker he is!
Can’t tell how relieved I am at the moment. It’s the peak of the long trip from Jakarta. To be at this place is such a breathless experience. Alhamdulillahirobbil’alamin.. Thank you so much Alloh swt…
Me and my teammates; mas Asrudin, me and Reza. This is so epic guys!
Right before we know how slippery, hard trip to reach the top
*sigh* Not an easy climb at all but once you complete each post you are rewarded with this magnificent view!
This architecture is so crazy. Just look at the top! Almost 180 degrees!
Keys of love?
I finally visit one of the world’s wonders. How lucky I am!
…where the old Chinese establish in what is now known as the world’s most advanced remains from the old age. Something unthinkable even by modern people like me.
Our local tourist guide informs us that building this site claims so many Chinese at that time who are forced to construct this site which aims at preventing Beijing from enemies.
I can complete only three out of five posts. Not bad, our local tourist guide says. Hehehe…
From left to right: Jelita, me and Meta. Such a victory gals, rite? Hahaha!
I have to take short breaks in between the climb. So tiring! I even feel I’m almost get fainted!
Posing in one of the posts. Usually this marks the end of the post.
Mommy.. Daddy.. I am here, eventually! Hahaha!
It is really worth the visit and the climb
The view from the top
Me and pak Wira
Outside the Great Walls
Me and the easy-going Tria…
After a shopping battle at the Yashow Market. I hope one day I can write my stories while I shop there. So challenging…
Our very last visit in Beijing: The Temple of Heaven. This is the view outside the temple.
What amazes me about the temple is this large garden.
This temple and the park is the home for elderly Beijing people. They gather, play ‘mahyong’ or sew cloth here. Nice ideas…
The compound looks similar with the Forbidden City.
WE ARE LINGKARAN SURVEI INDONESIA AND DUA RAJAWALI GRUP!
With Anning, my best ever office mate!
Too bad we have very limited time due to traffic jam so that I have no time to learn about this temple. Nice architecture though!
Pak Har (our office’s finance director0, me and the beautiful Indah
Anning looks so lovely here, hahaha!
One of the houses in the complex
Another angle from the garden in the complex.
That’s the wrap of my awesome journey in Beijing. I am so fortunate that I have been in the city with my funny co-workers. See you at the next trip! Ameeen…..