Michael Breitung Photography


Gallery - Asia

Relief in the Ta Prohm Temple in Angkor Wat


Cambodia was the final destination during our travels around the world back in 2016/17. And it was a great way to end the journey. We spent five days in Siem Reap before we went to the coast to the island of Koh Rong Samloem.

Kuang Si waterfall near Luang Prabang


I love to think back at my time in Laos. It was very relaxed - except for the occasional mini bus ride. Especially Luang Prabang left a lasting impression with its temples, the market, the little restaurants and the monks. I can't wait to get back someday.

View from Braemar Hill accross Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a spectacular city and a huge playground for me as a photographer. There are mountains surrounding the city, which provide beautiful views. And then there are the enormous skyscrapers and the canyon like streets. You'll see both in this gallery.

View from Ijen Volcano towards Gunung Ranti on Java island.


Indonesia is one of those countries where you can spent weeks, months or even years and you still haven't seen all of it. I had one month and went to photograph Java and Bali. In this gallery you find seascapes, waterfalls, mountains and temples from both of those islands.

View of the Kuala Lumpur Skyline at Night.


Malaysia is known for its diverse culture, delicious food, and stunning landscapes. It's also home to beautiful islands, one of which is Tioman Island. In this gallery, you'll find photos of this island and of Malaysia's capital, Kuala Lumpur.

View of the Bangkok's Skyline at Night.


Thailand has a lot to offer. Its vibrant capital Bangkok is home to temples, bustling markets, and modern skyscrapers. In the south, pristine beaches bordering turquoise waters await. This gallery contains a selection of photos showing both, the hustle and bustle of Bangkok and the tranquility of Thailand's landscapes.

Endless waves of rice paddies in Sapa


Twice I have now visited this wonderful country and there will certainly be more visits. Here you will find some of my favorite photos, including impressions from Hanoi, Mu Cang Chai and Sapa.

A typical street scene from Hanoi Old Quarter

Vietnam - Hanoi

Hanoi definitly deserves its own gallery here. I have now visited this city six times during my two travels to Vietnam. It's a place I always return to after a trip into the countryside of northern Vietnam. It's loud, it's hectic, but it's also extremely interesting to explore.