Guide to Tokyo’s Neighborhoods

Guide to Tokyo’s Neighborhoods

Tokyo was the first city I visited in Asia and felt like I was in another world really, even more vibrant an amazing than I’ve ever imagined. I’ve wanted to visit Japan for so long, so it was a dream to finally be here. Since that trip I desperately want to go back as soon as I can, Japan it’s definitely one of my favorite countries in the world. 

You’ll find so much culture, colorful food, and a never-ending energy in every corner, being the world's most populous metropolis you could easily spend a lifetime exploring it, and since most of us only have a couple of days here’s a quick list of points of interest within Tokyo’s major neighborhood’s. 

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Full Moon Party - Thailand

Full Moon Party - Thailand

You know all this legendary parties around the world like Burning Man in Nevada, Oktoberfest in Germany, Holi in India and many others in Thailand you can experience the Full Moon Party. If you haven’t heard of this party before, and you like to experience this unique event – BOOK your tickets NOW, not only because it is in Thailand and you need to visit this paradise at least once in your lifetime if you haven’t come, but also because it really is such a amaziiiing party. 

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Places you can't miss in Beijing & other tips for first timers.

Places you can't miss in Beijing & other tips for first timers.

Beijing is one of those cities that you just have to visit – like Paris, New York, Tokyo and Bangkok! Being one of the oldest capitals in the world it’s only logical that it has so much to offer - sights, smells and experiences. And let me tell you after 5 days in this beautiful city, it really didn’t feel like enough time. There’s a lot not to love – the pollution can be terrible, the crowds overwhelming and the traffic deadly, but once you cut through all of that and get on the streets the variety is amazing.

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Exploring Shanghai

Exploring Shanghai

Are you planning to visit China´s most westernized city? Get ready to experience the perfect blend of the traditional with the modern like no other city in the world.  Apart from being home to some of the world´s tallest skyscrapers it has amazing nightlife, shopping, architecture and culture. 

It’s one big impressive city. And like every big city it’s always changing so it’s hard to be bored, you can find something new and fresh every time.

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Discovering Vietnam - 4 Days Itinerary

Discovering Vietnam - 4 Days Itinerary

Vietnam is not usually in everyone’s bucket list but it definitely should be, even I can say how wrong I was. It was a complete surprise and nothing what I thought it would be. 5 days wasn’t enough but I actually think I did a lot in such a short time. So here is our itinerary,  which includes some things you should know before you go and the places that you should visit. I didn’t go to all of them but they are on my list for hopefully another visit to the land of Pho. 

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How to plan your first trip to Asia?

How to plan your first trip to Asia?

Planning a trip to Asia is big, and if is your first time to the continent even more. As you knowAsia is the largest and most populous continent with a huge mix of cultures and religions. For me, coming from a small country, it truly seemed like a different world. My first stop was Tokyo and the change is really impressive, it really feels likeyou’re in a movie of the future haha. 

Lets be clear with one thing i know its a long journey depending on where you are from and being in the orient you kind of want to see as much as possible, but it really is impossible to cover everything and to try to fit all into a single trip its quite a job, unless you’re planning to be on the road for a very long time. 

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Spring Festival in China 春节

Spring Festival in China 春节

Last year I went to China to spend the CNY and to be able to experience this important traditional festival in the most real way possible. It is usually call Spring Festival (春节 chūnjié /chwnn-jyeah/) or Lunar New Year and is a major holiday not just in China but also in other countries in Asia. So if you’d like to experience these tradition keep reading, we hope this will give you a idea of what to expect. 

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Singapore

Singapore

There are many reasons why you should visit Singapore and it’s not just as a layover to catch another flight - although this is a great opportunity to go in the city itself. It’s amazing how much you can get done in a stopover, make sure to extend your layover to at least a couple of days, there are a few places in Singapore that absolutely cannot be missed for the first time traveller so keep reading. 

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A Guide to Visas in Asia

A Guide to Visas in Asia

Are you planning a trip to Asia?

Here is some useful information in regards to the visas yo might need. 

First and foremost most of the countries in Asia ask for visas, of course this varies depending on your nationality. You must always check very carefully and anticipate which countries will ask for your visa upon arrival (VOA) and which nationalities are permitted entrance, which countries do not require visas if you are going to stay for a specific amount of days and which demand a visa prior to leaving your country of origin (this requires a trip to a especific embassy). 

 

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8 Things to do in Kuala Lumpur

8 Things to do in Kuala Lumpur

Is the national capital and most populous global city in Malaysia. Tourism here is driven by the city's cultural diversity, relatively low costs, food variety and shopping. Many travelers used it as a transit stop, with cheap and great connections to everywhere. The city has efficient transportation and you can easily hit up most attractions in 1 or 2 days.

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