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We here at RocketNews24 know there’s a lot to love about Asia. With unique traditions, fascinating people and awe-inspiring landscapes, there’s a certain atmosphere and sense of beauty that has us hooked.

While it’s not always easy to translate the magic onto film, one photographer from Thailand is leading the way with an amazing collection of stunning photos and an open invitation for others to join him on his photo travels across the Asian continent. From Myanmar’s mist-shrouded temples to the quiet rivers of China and India, these photos will simply take your breath away.

Weerapong Chaipuc only recently took up photography after retiring early from a medical profession. Despite the late start, he’s already showing an incredible talent for capturing moments of quiet stillness in the world’s most populous countries. While he uses Photoshop to enhance his images, Chaipuc believes the real magic is in capturing the moment at the right time of day, in the right season, with the perfect light. For an inspiring tour through some unique landscapes, take a quiet scroll through the pictures below.

Li River, China 

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Luoping, China 

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Borobudur, Indonesia

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Zhangye, China

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Yangshuo, China

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Dal lake, Srinigar, India

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Northern Vietnam

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On the way to Srinagar-Leh

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Zhangjiajie, China

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Mount Bromo, Indonesia

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Longshuba, China

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Yunnan, China

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Bagan, Myanmar

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Wat Klang, Thailand

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Dunhuang, China

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Yuanyang, China

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Showing his true traveller spirit, Chaipuck says these special moments captured on film exposed him to many more memorable moments from kind-hearted people during his travels. Now he says he would like to pay it forward by offering mentorship programs and photo tours to travellers interested in Asia. With photos as inspiring as these, we’re sure Mr Chaipuck will be welcoming more guests and more exciting experiences in the very near future.

Sources: Acidcow 500px.com