Chiang Rai is Thailand’s largest northernmost province that has been overlooked by tourists when they’re in the country. Compared to … More
I always sought to be personally and wholly involved in planning my travels. I have specific wants where to go and what to experience. Also, I tried to have allowances in between schedules ‘coz where’s the adventure if you try to plan everything, right? I wanted it to be organized yet still flexible for whatever might be better and let the fun flow naturally. So for this blog post, I’ll share to you my D-I-Y itinerary, transportation guides, accommodation(s) and some tips how to have a smooth escape in The Land of Smiles — The Kingdom of Thailand.
Visiting Kansai region wouldn’t be complete without having a sidetrip to Nara in Nara prefecture which occupies the northern part and borders Kyoto prefecture. It is located just less than an hour from Kyoto and Osaka. So why not make the best of your Kansai visit and find out how beautiful this city is?
Kyoto will bring you wide range of choices of scenic places and tourist spots to choose from. With its 2,000 religious places (1,600 Buddhist temples and 400 Shinto shrines), together with its palaces, architecture preservations and gardens, Kyoto is a place you can’t get enough of and will surely make you come back as soon as you’ll be home from your trip. As for my one-day trip to Kyoto, here is the list for the sites/temples to visit and enjoy.