Planning one’s itinerary for this vast area was so difficult like choosing a favorite book out of the thousands read for a bookworm. (Well, honestly, not really.) It was just hard to choose where to go bearing in mind we only have 3 full days to stray around. Still, we’re assured this trip will definitely be memorable ‘coz why not? Hokkaido, as well as Japan as a whole, never disappoints.
Shiga is an underrated prefecture in Japan that needs to be recognized, too. Only few were written about this area yet there are much more to see on this part of Japan. This is because its neighboring prefecture, Kyoto, usually takes the limelight when it comes to tourism. Only about 0.02% of the total tourists visited Shiga in 2000 – a fact from Mr. Wiki. I hope I can convince you to have a stopover at Shiga while you are in the country after reading this.
The best thing about living in Japan is the abundance of sceneries the country can offer each season. It will never run out of places to visit and will still let you feel the same anticipation every time the season starts to change.
For this year, a visit to Korankei in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture is part of the list as it is widely known for Momiji Matsuri or Maple Tree Festival. It is a valley near Nagoya that known to be one of the best spots for autumn colors in Chubu region.
Fuji san is Japan’s tallest mountain. It bestrides the boundary of Shizuoka and Yamanashi prefectures but you can also view it at some part of Tokyo if you’re lucky since it’s just 100 kms from the city. Mt. Fuji is a solitary beauty that become so popular to both Japanese and foreign tourists. This admired peak is 3,776 meters in height and rises above villages, sea and lakes – adding beauty to its exquisiteness.
Chiang Rai is Thailand’s largest northernmost province that has been overlooked by tourists when they’re in the country. Compared to … More
Wat Arun, Wat Pho and Wat Phra Kaew are the three temples that should be on your must-see-list when visiting Bangkok. These 3 are all located along Chao Phraya River and can be easily reached without any hassle.
Located 85 km north of Bangkok lies a historic area where ruins of war show the country’s period of … More
Oftentimes than not, theme parks don’t appeal to me as it becomes too crowded and every ride or attraction has never-ending line just to get inside. “No pain, no gain” as they say. But thanks to my sister, we had a family trip in USJ that’s not too tiring and worth to recommend.
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.
It seemed that tourists in Thailand are itching to ride elephants in Howdah (the seat that the human sits in atop the elephant). It’s a bucket list item but there’s a DARK side you don’t see. The process of taming the ellies for this kind of activity includes TORTURE and BREAKING THEIR SPIRIT. Choose elephant sanctuary that can let you enjoy without harming them. Please raise awareness.
Travel not just to experience but to INSPIRE. Spread love; elephants are God’s creations, too. ❤️