Growing up, we never really had much of a choice in deciding who we wanted to travel with. For many, being stuck with annoying siblings as roommates was common, and family dramas would usually spiral out of control.
One of the perks of growing up is that you will have the opportunity to travel with your friends. However, this can be a tricky situation as no matter how close you are as friends, it is hardly the case that all of your travel preferences and objectives will align.
For those who are thinking of travelling with your friends, here are 10 Tips On How To Choose The Best Travel Partner you should definitely take into account when planning your next trip with friends.
The source of inspiration for the famous cartoon character, Uzumaki Naruto, the Naruto Whirlpools are tidal pools that occur along the Shikoku coast of the Naruto Straits.
A true wonder of nature created from the clash of tides from the Seto Inland Sea and the Pacific Ocean, the views Naruto Whirlpools offer are so magnificent that they alone would justify a trip to Tokushima.
Although one can admire the whirlpools from the Uzu-no-Michi Walkway, what could compare with encountering the whirlpools right before your very eyes on a “Wonder Naruto” boat tour? Read on to find out what you can expect from this boat tour.
Long regarded as the Island of Gods on the clear waters of the Seto Inland Sea, Miyajima—an island just off the coast of Hiroshima—is one of the top three scenic spots in Japan which is home to the floating Itsukushima Shrine and O-Torii Gate.
Both the Itsukushima Shrine and O-Torii Gate carry religious significance to the Japanese and the former has been dedicated to the worship of the three daughters of Susano-o no Mikoto—Shinto god of the seas and storms. The Itsukushima Shrine and O-Torii Gate were also built over water so as to protect the purity of these religious sites.
Normally visited as a day trip from Hiroshima, a day full of adventure and discovery awaits you on Miyajima. This is one island that you must visit once in your life.
There is just something intuitive about our love for the sea which always has us longing for a beach holiday or a weekend spent basking in the warm sun and cool sea waters. Perhaps it is because of the comfort that we draw from looking out at the deep blue ocean or maybe we just need a break from the grunge of city life.
And if you have a passion for food, a meal by the waters should greatly appeal to you. Aside from being an extremely romantic place to share a meal with your partner, a view of the waterfront would be a fantastic way for you to engage in deep conversations about life over a meal.
Here are 19 Stunning Waterfront Restaurants In Singapore That Bae Will Love.
Designated an important cultural property of Japan, Matsuyama Castle—one of the twelve preserved castles in Japan—is a beautiful piece of Japanese architecture which was constructed on Mount Katsuyama between 1602 to 1628 by Kato Yoshiaki.
But beyond its dreamy appearance, Matsuyama Castle served as a formidable fortress for the Katoh, Gamoh and Matsudaira family between 1603 to 1868 and was crucial in deceiving enemies into believing that they were attacking the residence of the feudal family but in actuality, were being led to their deaths.
If you are visiting the Ehime Prefecture soon, you will not regret catering some time for the Matsuyama Castle.
In just a couple of days, 2018 will be knocking on our doors. Although we still can’t quite comprehend how quick 2017 has flown by, we hope that you are ending off the year with some good fun and cheer at the various events and activities that are taking place in Singapore this December.
As the saying goes, a brand new year, a brand new start, a brand new you. Whilst reflecting and planning your goals and ambitions for the year ahead, it would definitely be good to cater some time in your schedule for a breather and to simply celebrate the arrival of the new year!
Here are 24 Events In January 2018 To Usher In The New Year. From concerts from world-famous artists such as Jay Chou and countless other plays and events to be involved with, January is looking to be a month packed with much excitement and cheer.
And from all of us at Ladyironchef, we wish you all a very Happy New Year and a fantastic 2018 ahead.
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.