A Canadian expat that has been living abroad in Asia since 2003, Carrie moved from China to Taiwan in 2006 to teach English as a Second Language. Today, she and her husband are co-owners of Reach To Teach Recruiting . Carrie also works as a freelance travel writer and photographer, providing regular content to several publishing companies and travel publications in Asia and North America. Follow Carrie on Google+ or on Twitter @globetrotteri.

17 responses to “Churches and Places of Worship around the World”

  1. Karl K.

    Beautiful pictures, Carrie! The only one I’ve actually visited was The Golden Pavilion Temple, Kyoto, Japan.

  2. Ava Apollo

    Gorgeous photos, although I’ve come to expect nothing less from you.

  3. Hogga

    Some of the best buildings I’ve ever seen. Say what you want about religion, it does inspire incredible architecture!

  4. JoAnna

    I love how eclectic different places of worship around the world look. I enjoy taking pictures of them as well, though sometimes I want to take photos where I know I really shouldn’t because of the sacred space.

  5. Margyle

    I remember when I went into a Japanese temple for the first time and was blown away by its serenity. Then I went to Thailand and… well… incredible as well but is kinda tacky compared to the simplicity of those in Japan – except Ginkakuji…. which is kinda showy lol.

    Places of worship are some of my favourite places to visit! Great post!

  6. Mike

    The churches in every travel spot should never missed. It’s one way of discovering the culture of every place. It’s also one way of thanking god for good life and chances to travel.

  7. Michael

    I’ve been to Immaculata Cathedral, Puerto Princesa in the Philippines. The church is very good for worship. Everyone must try how it is like being there.

  8. Ana

    I love the style of really old Christian churches…especially Georgian and Armenian ones. They have a feeling of mystique which I find quite alluring.

  9. Steven Crook

    Beautiful images!
    Have you ever been to the Catholic church in Shenshan, Wutai, Pingtung County? The exterior isn’t special, but the inside is.

    Steve

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