Did you know that Tennoji Zoo was built over a hundred years ago and the only home to a New Zealand kiwi bird all over Japan? Here are 6 interesting facts about this huge site that houses about 1,000 animals from around the world: 01 | It is one of the oldest zoos in Japan and has
Shin-okubo in Tokyo is the second largest Koreatown in Japan and is often called the “Myeong-dong of Japan”. It is a vibrant and colorful neighborhood crammed with everything Korean from cafes to restaurants, beauty shops and salons to K-pop goods stores, and a lot more. Every day, the streets of Shin-okubo is packed with tourists
Dubbed as the Land of Motorbikes, Ho Chi Minh (also known as Saigon) is often imagined as a very hectic and congested city. While this is true, this bustling city has more to offer than just smoggy air and a river of motorbikes. Located in Van Thanh area, just 2 kilometers away from the city center, is
Vietnam is one of Southeast Asia’s most visited countries especially to backpackers due to its diversity in many aspects.
So after months or years of contemplating, you’ve finally decided to start your own blog and the first question you’re probably asking yourself is, “How and where do I start?”
Dreaming of traveling to Japan and experiencing its unique culture, beautiful scenery, and great food but worried about the seemingly troublesome visa process?
Although Japan’s rail system is one of the best in the world, its train stations are also among the busiest and the most complicated especially to travelers.
Ever been to Japan’s biggest and scariest haunted house?
Known for its wildlife heritage, this paradise is located offshore from Mactan Island in Cebu. The Olango Island Group comprises of Olango Island and its neighboring islets namely: Sulpa, Gilutongan, Nalusuan, Caohagan, Pangan-an, and Camungi.
Bitten by the travel bug? I put together 20 inspirational quotes to kickstart your life of travel. Start your adventure now!
Visiting the Land of the Rising Sun? Here are some of the most beautiful places you shouldn’t miss!
So yes, we took another road trip to Chichibu, and this time, in spring!