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Michael anak Kenyalang Profile

Travel has always been my passion, and fortunately, became my job. It appears that most of the Heritage Sites are the major tourist spots in a country, so I started counting in 2012 when I went on my first Europe Grand Tour.

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Peking Man Site 18-Aug-18

Peking Man Site by Michael anak Kenyalang

Visited this site in July 2018 as my last WHS in Beijing.

I took the metro YanFang Line to the second last station FangShanChengGuan and changed to Fang38 bus which go straight to the entrance of the site. I was told by the front desk that the whole site is under renovation, which has been going for 2 years and no sign of completion. And she even emphasized that the only thing to do inside was to "go hiking".

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Site of Xanadu 11-Aug-18

Site of Xanadu by Michael anak Kenyalang

Visited in July 2018 after Kharkhorin (Orkhon Valley WHS) in Mongolia, so I can compare and have a continuity in the history of Mongol Empire. 

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Caral-Supe 30-Apr-18

I took a bus from Huaraz and arrived at Barranca city's roadside around 4pm so I have to stay one night here. There are frequent collectivos at calle Berenice Davila as early as 7am for 8 soles and it will reach Puente Caral after 45 minutes. It's another 15 minutes walk after the bridge and you will reach the visitor center and the ticket booth. It's 11 soles for foreigners and you have to pay maximum 20 soles for the guided tour. I arrived early that day around 9am so I had to wait another hour for other visitors to share the guide fee. During the wait you can go through the signboards of Caral's history and facts, then you can visit the souvenir shops.

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Potosi 07-Feb-18

You have to join a tour to get into the mines of Cerro Rico. When I got to the assembly point I was told that the other tourists that were supposed to join the group didn't show up (heard that they were drunk, LOL) so it left only me in the tour. Even it's only me but the tour still kept on, so I was like a VIP. We got into a small van and went to a place to suit up. We were provided with a helmet with a torchlight, hand gloves, boots, a thin jacket and pants. Then we went to the miners' market. As the 3rd generation miner and an ex-miner, my guide Antonio explained well to me about the history of Cerro Rico and the real miner story of himself on the way to the market.

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Sewell Mining Town 06-Feb-18

There are less information of how to get there, so I'm sharing the one I did and hope it helps anyone who intend to go. First, there's no direct bus from Santiago and you're permitted to get in on your one car. The easiest way is to book a tour with Fundación Sewell online (fundacionsewell@gmail.com). This is a non profit organization that's related to Sewell and it's way cheaper than those tours offered online.

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Name: Michael anak Kenyalang

Country: Malaysia

Visited WHS: 184

Most Impressive: Galapagos Islands, Machu Picchu, Egypt Pyramids

Proposal New WHS: Sarawak Dayak Longhouses, Borneo; Bagan, Myanmar; Plain of Jars, Laos.

Update 2018-07-31 01:08:46

  1. Antigua Guatemala : 5.0
  2. Ban Chiang : 5.0
  3. Brú na Bóinne : 5.0
  4. Central Highlands : 5.0
  5. Galapagos Islands : 5.0
  6. Gobustan Rock Art : 5.0
  7. Gunung Mulu : 5.0
  8. Iguacu : 5.0
  9. Ischigualasto / Talampaya : 5.0
  10. Jesuit Block and Estancias of Córdoba : 5.0
  11. Joya de Ceren : 5.0
  12. Kinabalu Park : 5.0
  13. Komodo National Park : 5.0
  14. Qhapaq Ñan : 5.0
  15. Rapa Nui : 5.0
  16. Sangiran Early Man Site : 5.0
  17. Sewell Mining Town : 5.0
  18. The Architectural Work of Le Corbusier : 5.0
  19. Tropical Rainforest Sumatra : 5.0
  20. Ujung Kulon National Park : 5.0
  21. Wadi Al-Hitan : 5.0
  22. Walled City of Baku : 5.0
  23. Yungang Grottoes : 4.5
  24. Bisotun : 4.0
  25. Caral-Supe : 4.0
  26. Ferapontov Monastery : 4.0
  27. Gonbad-e Qâbus : 4.0
  28. Kremlin and Red Square : 4.0
  29. Meidan Emam, Esfahan : 4.0
  30. Paris, Banks of the Seine : 4.0
  31. Persepolis : 4.0
  32. Persian Garden : 4.0
  33. Potosi : 4.0
  34. Quito : 4.0
  35. Safi al-Din Ensemble in Ardabil : 4.0
  36. Shushtar : 4.0
  37. St. Petersburg : 4.0
  38. Tchogha Zanbil : 4.0
  39. Tiwanaku : 4.0
  40. Trinity Sergius Lavra : 4.0
  41. Yazd : 4.0
  42. Curonian Spit : 3.5
  43. Imperial Tombs : 3.5
  44. Novgorod : 3.5
  45. Ruins of León Viejo : 3.5
  46. San Agustín : 3.5
  47. Segovia : 3.5
  48. Tierradentro : 3.5
  49. Valparaiso : 3.5
  50. Viñales Valley : 3.5
  51. Yaroslavl : 3.5
  52. Alcala de Henares : 3.0
  53. Bolgar : 3.0
  54. Kaiping Diaolou : 3.0
  55. Masjed-e Jâme' : 3.0
  56. Mount Wutai : 3.0
  57. Pasargadae : 3.0
  58. Portobelo-San Lorenzo : 3.0
  59. Santa Ana de los Rios de Cuenca : 3.0
  60. Struve Geodetic Arc : 3.0
  61. Takht-e Soleyman : 3.0
  62. The Persian Qanat : 3.0
  63. Trinidad and the Valley de los Ingenios : 3.0
  64. Historic Cairo : 2.5
  65. Jesuit Missions of the Guaranis : 2.5
  66. Kazan Kremlin : 2.5
  67. Peking Man Site : 2.5
  68. Tabriz Bazaar : 2.5
  69. Church of the Ascension, Kolomenskoye : 2.0
  70. Novodevichy Convent : 2.0
  71. Soltaniyeh : 2.0
  72. Susa : 2.0
  73. Sviyazhsk : 2.0
  74. Coffee Cultural Landscape : 1.5
  75. Golestan Palace : 1.5
  76. Site of Xanadu : 1.5
  77. Amsterdam Canal Ring
  78. Ancient Thebes
  79. Angkor
  80. Anuradhapura
  81. Aranjuez
  82. Arequipa
  83. Avila
  84. Bali Subak system
  85. Baroque Churches
  86. Belem
  87. Blenheim Palace
  88. Borobudur
  89. Camino Real
  90. Campeche
  91. Canterbury
  92. Cartagena
  93. Central University City Campus of the UNAM
  94. Chan Chan
  95. Chavin
  96. Chichen-Itza
  97. Chitwan National Park
  98. Chola Temples
  99. Cienfuegos
  100. City of Bath
  101. Colonia del Sacramento
  102. Copan
  103. Cuzco
  104. El Escurial
  105. Florence
  106. Fray Bentos
  107. Fujian Tulou
  108. Golden Temple of Dambulla
  109. Grand Canal
  110. Grand Place, Brussels
  111. Great Wall
  112. Guanajuato
  113. Hoi An
  114. Huascaran National Park
  115. Hué
  116. Iguazu National Park
  117. Imperial Palace
  118. Jesuit Missions of Trinidad and Jesus
  119. Kandy
  120. Kathmandu Valley
  121. Kernavë
  122. Kew Gardens
  123. Kulangsu
  124. Lake Baikal
  125. León Cathedral
  126. Lima
  127. Liverpool
  128. Luang Prabang
  129. Luis Barragán House and Studio
  130. Lumbini
  131. Macao
  132. Machu Picchu
  133. Mahabalipuram
  134. Maritime Greenwich
  135. Melaka and George Town
  136. Mexico City and Xochimilco
  137. Mir Castle
  138. Museumsinsel (Museum Island)
  139. My Son
  140. Nasca Lines
  141. Nesvizh
  142. Nubian Monuments
  143. Old Havana
  144. Old Town of Galle
  145. Orkhon Valley
  146. Palenque
  147. Panamá
  148. Phong Nha - Ke Bang
  149. Piazza del Duomo (Pisa)
  150. Polonnaruva
  151. Popocatepetl monasteries
  152. Prague
  153. Prambanan
  154. Puebla
  155. Pyramids (Memphis)
  156. Quebrada de Humahuaca
  157. Querétaro
  158. Riga
  159. Rio de Janeiro
  160. Rome
  161. San Miguel de Allende
  162. Santa Maria delle Grazie
  163. Sian Ka'an
  164. Sigiriya
  165. Singapore Botanic Gardens
  166. Sinharaja Forest
  167. Sintra
  168. Stonehenge
  169. Sucre
  170. Summer Palace
  171. Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch
  172. Tallinn
  173. Temple of Heaven
  174. Teotihuacan
  175. Tikal National Park
  176. Toledo
  177. Tower of London
  178. Uxmal
  179. Vatican City
  180. Venice and its Lagoon
  181. Vilnius
  182. Westminster
  183. White Monuments of Vladimir and Suzdal
  184. Works of Antoni Gaudí
  1. Alexandria, ancient remains and the new library (T)
  2. Ancient cities of Upper Myanmar : Innwa, Amarapura, Sagaing, Mingun, Mandalay (T)
  3. Archaeological Site and Historic Centre of Panamá City (T)
  4. Bagan Archaeological Area and Monuments (T)
  5. Buenos Aires – La Plata: Two capitals of the Culture of Modernity, Eclecticism and Immigration (T)
  6. Cultural Landscape of Salt Towns (T)
  7. Cultural Landscape of the Lower Basin of the Chicamocha River (T)
  8. Dahab (T)
  9. Dzongs: the centre of temporal and religious authorities (Punakha Dzong, Wangdue Phodrang Dzong, Paro Dzong, Trongsa Dzong and Dagana Dzong) (T)
  10. FRIM Selangor Forest Park (T)
  11. Historical City Centre of Yogyakarta (T)
  12. Historical Lisbon, Global City (T)
  13. Inle Lake (T)
  14. La Rambla (promenade maritime) de la Cité de Montevideo (T)
  15. Lake Titicaca (T)
  16. National Park (Taman Negara) of Peninsular Malaysia (T)
  17. Persepolis and other relevant buildings (T)
  18. Protected area of Lake Atitlán: multiple use (T)
  19. Ring of cenotes of Chicxulub Crater, Yucatan (T)
  20. Sacred Titicaca Lake (T)
  21. Seruwila to Sri Pada (Sacred Foot Print Shrine), Ancient pilgrim route along the Mahaweli river in Sri Lanka (T)
  22. Shush (T)
  23. Silk Route (Also as Silk Road) (T)
  24. Sites Megalithiques de la province de Xieng Khouang (T)
  25. Taq-e Bostan (T)
  26. Tayrona and Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta National Parks and their Archaeological Sites (T)
  27. That Luang de Vientiane (T)
  28. The Caspian Shore Defensive Constructions (T)
  29. The Historic Centre of Cajamarca (T)
  30. The Historic City of Dublin (T)
  31. The Old Town of Jakarta (Formerly old Batavia) and 4 Outlying Islands (Onrust, Kelor, Cipir dan Bidadari) (T)
  32. Town of Chichicastenango (T)
  33. Trakai Historical National Park (T)
  34. Trans-Iranian Railway (T)
  35. Wooden Structures of Liao Dynasty - Wooden Pagoda of Yingxian County, Main Hall of Fengguo Monastery of Yixian County (T)