Although there is much to love about a city holiday, there is something unmistakably beautiful about venturing to places that are not usually visited; the road less travelled. Likewise in Japan, most may not have Hiroshima, Shikoku or Setouchi in mind but this is where you are missing out on an adventure of a lifetime.
Overflowing with tradition, history and geographical wonders, Hiroshima, Shikoku and Setouchi will leave you in awe everywhere you go. A good trip is one which leaves a lasting impression and touches your heart; this is what you are in for if you are planning a trip to Hiroshima, Shikoku and Setouchi.
Here is a 5D4N Shikoku & Setouchi itinerary featuring 19 reasons to visit this beautiful region. We are sure you will love these places as much as we do.
As the largest island off the coast of the Korean Peninsula, Jeju Island—also known as the “Island of the Gods”—is a popular holiday destination for both locals and tourists. In addition, the island has also remained as a top honeymoon destination for Korean newlyweds.
But there is really no question as to why this is so. Jeju Island is bursting with endless scenic frames, their coastal line is dotted with picturesque waterfalls and there are various cultural attractions to immerse yourself in.
Just an hour’s plane ride away from Seoul, you really should cater a day or two in your itinerary to visit this drop-dead gorgeous Korean island. Here are 17 Things You Must See & Do In Jeju Island.
La Sponda is an award-winning restaurant in Le Sirenuse, Positano.
People often talk about their favourite restaurants in the Italian seaside town, and while everyone’s list may differ, La Sponda is probably on most of them.
If you ever visit Positano along Amalfi Coast, La Sponda in Le Sirenuse is definitely one restaurant to add to your itinerary.
Relaxing in a luxurious tropical villa and lounging around its private poolside is not a dream but an affordable reality in Bali, Indonesia. You will be surprised that an overnight stay in a beautiful Bali villa costs no more than S$150 and that amount is half of what it typically costs for a staycation in Singapore and other metropolitan cities.
Be it a bachelorette party, a family vacation with kids or a honeymoon getaway, each spacious villa will be able to accommodate your various needs. Why limit yourself to a small hotel room when you can rent an entire private house at a wallet-friendly prices?
This is our guide to 7 private luxurious villas in Kuta where each villa costs no more than S$150 per night.
Picture this: glistening waters, crisp fresh air and a jaw-dropping view from above the clouds. Not a single skyscraper is in sight; all one hears is the wind howling and the circling birds chirping. Retreating into the wonders of nature has proven to be therapeutic and is the primary reason why we constantly set time aside, whenever possible, to embark on hikes.
From Bali’s Mount Batur, East Java’s Ijen Volcano to North Sumatra’s Sipiso-Piso Waterfall, here are 8 Best Hiking Trails in Indonesia with Breathtaking Sceneries.
With all the festivities going on, there is really no better time to travel than the last few months of the year.
Aside from all the exciting activities to do such as spending a white Christmas in Korea or Japan, you also get to enjoy the cool temperature climates in certain countries during winter. Yes, that means you get to escape the humid weather in Singapore!
If you are running out of ideas on where your next holiday site should be, we came up with 6 Best Year-End Travel Destinations and some tips on what you can expect there. READ ON
Café Kitsuné is one Parisian name that comes to mind whenever the Parisian cafe scene is discussed. And yes, it is by Kitsuné, the French music record label and fashion label with the iconic fox logo.
Café Kitsuné Paris is easily one of the prettiest cafes in Paris. And Café Kitsuné is now in Tokyo too. Of course, it ain’t looking too shabby.
Here’s a peek into the quaint outpost in Tokyo that you totally have to include for your next cafe-hopping in Tokyo, Japan.
Sushi Iwa is arguably one of the most talked about sushi restaurants in Tokyo. The One Michelin Star restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo, has an elusive shop front and an even more “exclusive” reservation list.
It took us numerous attempts over a period of two years before we finally succeeded in scoring two seats on one of those weekday afternoons for lunch.
So, are they really worth all the hype? You will find out in a while.