Korankei Valley – An Autumnal Must-Go Destination Near Nagoya

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.

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Travel Guide to Sagada | Echo Valley Tour

Sagada in Mt. Province is known for its cold climate and activities such as trekking, exploring falls & caves, spelunking, and other natural wonders. The town is a budget-friendly destination but pretty inaccessible for those who hate long drives. [Part 1 of 4: Travel Guide to Sagada]

Iloilo City Travel Guide: What-To-Do

Iloilo City – the capital of Iloilo province, the regional center of Western Visayas, and the center of Iloilo-Guimaras Metropolitan area, is known to be a highly urbanized city of the Philippines’ Panay island. It was then called as the original “Queen City of the South” but has other nicknames such as “The City of Love” and “Most Loyal and Noble City”.

Laoag City: Light to Marcos’ History

Laoag is the capital city of Ilocos Norte of Region 1 and has been the northernmost city of the country (487 km from Manila). This city’s ethnic population is overwhelmingly Ilocano and “The Aglipayan Church” as the majority’s religion. Gained the moniker “The Sunshine City” of the Philippines, Laoag City derived its name from the Ilocano word which means “light or bright”.