Join Songkran Festival and Get Wet

Source: asiatourist

Source: asiatourist

What makes you want to visit Thailand at the most? Do you just look for the warm sunshine in tropical beaches? Or do you wonder how lady-boys can be so pretty? Instead of wasting the money for fun, you should invest more in cultural attractions of this country. Find out if a famous event will take place soon and save the date to not miss it. Continue Reading

When to See Japan Cherry Blossom in 2018

Source: ;Lonely planet

Source: Lonely planet

Do you still need a reason to visit Japan this year? What about seeing the beautiful cherry blossoms? Do not just enjoy the pictures on the internet. You should witness the blooming season and find out why Japanese people always celebrate it at festivals. Continue Reading

Quick Guide to First Time Travelers to Hong Kong


Traveling to a foreign country for the first time sometimes make nervous. There is no idea about the new place but you can learn about it easily from many sources today. It is important to find some tips and guide about the country. So you can know some information that will make you know the country and enjoy your trip there more. These are the quick guide to first travelers to Hong Kong. Continue Reading

The Top Visited Cities In The World

Source: underthedoormat

Source: underthedoormat

Traveling to one of the most visited cities in the world must be more exciting and give the best moments in your life. According to the Mastercard Global Destination Cities Index, these are the top visited cities in the world. Continue Reading

Reasons Why You Should Visit Osaka Japan

Source: indietravel

Source: indietravel

If you have a chance to go to Japan, which city are you going to visit? Have you ever thought about Osaka? Yes, it should be your next destination of the metropolitan city after Tokyo. Known formerly as Naniwa, Osaka was the capital city of Japan before the Nara Period. The moving was because of the Toyotomi lineage termination by Tokugawa Ieyasu as the revenge of Hideyoshi’s death. Tokugawa then moved the capital to Edo (now known as Tokyo). Continue Reading