5 Wallpapers From South East Asia

| September 10, 2010 | 47 Comments

stone bridge in taiwan maitravelsite

Stone bridge in Taiwan

confucius tree Taiwan maitravelsite

Confucius Tree in Taiwan

Fishermen in Amed Bali maitravelsite

Fishermen in Bali at sunset

flowers in Bali maitravelsite

Flowers in Bali (resized here for home page gallery)

Petronas Towers maitravelsite

Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur

A  few weeks ago I announced I would make your three favourite photos available in large format for you to download, but I have decided to give you 5 and share them as Wallpapers. These photos were taken during my recent travels in South East Asia and have been the ones with more requests. However, if there is a photo you would really like to have send me an email and we’ll get something fixed. The Wallpapers are available in two sizes: 1024 px and 1500 px, and let me tell you that if they look good here, they are even better when seen in full size!

I will appreciate your kind feedback via comments below.

To download right click and “Save link as”

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47 responses to “5 Wallpapers From South East Asia”

  1. zelda ♥ says:

    omg . great photos Koki ♥ ,, amazing .. one photo i got struck is the Flowers in Bali ..hehe we have like that here in Philippines.. we called it (Bouganvilla )

    • maitravelsite says:

      I just learned a few days ago their name…I also see them over here in Mexico 🙂 Glad you like them Zelda!

  2. All of the pictures are incredible! Where specifically was the photo from Bali taken?

  3. Bali Family Holidays says:

    What a great photos! Can I get a special permission from you for me to paint on canvas?

  4. I love the Balinese sunset picture the best but they are all spectacular

    • maitravelsite says:

      I remember the day, a few hours later I met a kid who was “dating” a 50 year old lady who sent him and his parents+ sister clothes and food every now and then. He was hilarious!

  5. Pete Heck says:

    My favorite are the flowers in Bali. Beautiful colors!

    • maitravelsite says:

      And to think that I used my first Canon Powershot A520 for this one… the light was incredible though!

  6. The confucious tree is really beautiful

  7. Dina says:

    Great wallpapers! I especially love the first picture, bridge from Taiwan. The tree pic comes second. (I can’t believe somebody suggest the Petronas misspelling was not a typo)

  8. Sarah Wu says:

    Beautiful wallpaper.

  9. there are some truly wonderful photos here — well done

  10. Mica says:

    Beautiful. I really like the fisherman in Bali. Lovely colors. The stone bridge looks amazing for photography.

    • maitravelsite says:

      The fishermen photo was one of the first I ever took with a digital camera, in fact it was my first trip with one. Great memories!

  11. Laura says:

    Where is the bridge pic taken in Taiwan? It looks so cool!

  12. Abby says:

    Stunning pics! I love the bridge one. It looks both soo unstable and incredibly stable at the same time.

  13. dtravelsround says:

    Beautiful photos!! I love the tree!! And, awesome re-design!!

  14. Erica says:

    Love the pictured Fede! The towers are my personal favorite!

  15. Ayngelina says:

    Beautiful work, you are really talented. If I were forced to choose I’d go with KL.

  16. Margo says:

    beautiful pictures. Hard to pick a favorite! The colors are especially stunning!

  17. Nice nature wallpaper, please share HD resolution wallpaper 😀

  18. vewe says:

    Beautiful photos!! Especially like the Bali’s sunset and the tree as well as Stone bridge from Taiwan

  19. Julie Lim says:

    Bali and Malaysia are in South East Asia, but Taiwan is definitely not. You may want to change your title, or remove the Taiwan wallpapers, which would be a shame cause they’re so pretty 🙂

    • maitravelsite says:

      Good point Julie. I’m aware of that, but I just didn’t feel like making the title a bit longer… I’ll certainly leave the wallpapers there 🙂

  20. Awesome,I like these wallpapers so much………..Thanks

  21. Gabriel says:

    Hey,man, beautiful photos! 🙂 I really,really loved them, and I really do love Asia as well! haha Anyway, today I had a big luck and want to share it with everyone – I finally found a way to make cheap calls to my cousin Becky in Pakistan:


    If you’re in the UK like me, you can call cheaply to Australia and all over the world! 🙂

  22. maitravelsite says:

    You are welcome! SEA is truely a wonderful travel destination

  23. I have to say that this is great! Love the quality wallpapers of places around Southeast Asia. By the way, no worries on the typo and thanks for fixing it 🙂


  24. ILYAS says:

    i know it might be typo error but PESTronas?? wow, that’s quite insulting to Malaysians!!

    • maitravelsite says:

      It was obviously a typo and I fixed it as soon as I found out. I don’t think any Malaysian has felt insulted as I have not recieved any complaints or comments, and I do get a lot of readers from there! 🙂

  25. ILYAS says:

    PESTtronas towers?? wow, that’s quite hilarious remark!

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