The thermal image sequence above shows the typical motion of the lava lake in Halema'uma'u Crater on Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, revealing how the top cooler layer of crust constantly forms new patterns as the lava churns. One of the most active volcanoes in the world, Kilauea is a shield-type volcano on the southeastern side of the Big Island of Hawaii. It makes up about 14 percent of the island's land area. The volcano rises 4,190 feet (1,227 meters) above sea level.
Ever fancied laying on an Indonesian or Malaysian beach whilst you're in this part of the world but don't have the time to venture further than Singapore? I have a hack for you. Head to Sentosa island and find the 1.2 mile long beach. Lay down and enjoy the sand; every grain of it was imported from Indonesia and Malaysia. Check out @lonelyplanet's new Guides app for some practical travel hacks & tips by paperboyo