Doors around the world

I found my inspiration for this post from A New Life Wandering, a fellow travel blogger who publishes wonderful themed travel posts: colour, sunshine, and more recently, doors around the world.

As I too have seen some gorgeous doors, hallways and arches during my travels, I bring you…

Doors around the world!


My younger sister, always ready to pose for the camera.


My whole family playing around at Angkor Wat!


Dio's doors

A Singaporean friend of mine has a Tumblr-famous door: a faithful replica of Sherlock’s front door on one side, and the door to the TARDIS on the other!


Entranceway to the Imperial City in Hue, Vietnam’s former capital.


Exploring the gorgeous Victorian-era Werribee Manor near Melbourne, Australia.


A temple entrance in Hoi An, Vietnam.


Inside a preserved historical home in Hoi An, Vietnam.



A temporary hanok home during our templestay at Beopjusa in central South Korea.


This was the hilarious doorway of a shop selling glasses in Melbourne, Australia.


Hang Nga Guesthouse, more commonly known as the ‘Crazy House‘, in Da Lat, Vietnam.


One of the four entrances to the interior of Laos’ ‘Arc de Triomphe’- Patuxai Arch in Vientiane.

I hope you enjoyed this post as much as I enjoyed compiling it! Which photo was your favourite? I plan on making themed photography posts a regular feature- what would you like to see next?


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