Glittering skyscrapers, ultrafast trains and a neon-lit nightlife all set the tone in this high-tech metropolis where time never stands still. The sprawling capital which is also Japan’s pride and joy sits on the island of Honshu and even has its very own cluster of islands (Izu and Ogasawara). Once you set foot in this bustling city, you will be swept up in a thrilling, energetic current of exhilarating sights, sounds and experiences.
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I’ve lived in Canada my entire life, but there is still so much I love exploring in this gorgeous country. One of my favorite things to do is visit urban areas – the neighbourhoods are so diverse there is always something new to see or experience.
When I am not travelling to a city, I love to spend the weekends outdoors. Escaping the noise of the city and social obligations and just get back to nature is one of the best ways I recharge for upcoming travels. I’m pretty adventurous, so you’ll find me either skiing in Whistler one weekend or going on hikes around Niagara Falls – there is always something to do in Canada.
I decided to start blogging to give others an idea of what to see or do when they visit this amazing place – if you’ve never been to Canada, it could be overwhelming to figure out where to go. That’s what I hope to help by blogging my travels!
Delicate cherry blossoms, inviting teahouses and enchanting traditional gardens all give Kyoto a very special charm and ambience of serenity which sets it apart from its other competitors in the tourist stakes. Considered Japan’s cultural capital, this delightful haven is located on Honshu south of Maizuru and Wakasa, east of Himeji and north of Nara and Osaka, while Nagoya lies to its east. Here are our picks for the best things to do in Kyoto.
The capital city of South Korea, Seoul is a thriving destination with an interesting blend of modern innovation, skyscrapers and pop culture blended with much of the ancient history and street markets located throughout every pocket of the city. When visiting Seoul, you’ll have the opportunity to experience much of the traditional points of interest – including temples and ornate palaces – as well as explore the modern and high-tech aspects of the city.
Some cities never sleep but remain constantly in motion set to a centuries old rhythm which can be felt in graceful traditional monuments, serene parks and stately museums. Just like Ho Chi Minh City. Vietnam’s largest city and primary economic hub actually started out as a Khmer town before the switch which saw it become Vietnamese. Here are our top picks for the best things to do in Ho Chi Minh City on your next visit.
Bali, also called the Land of the Gods, is a beautiful island destined to make your dream holiday come true! Its wonderful landscape combines flowing waterfalls, forested mountains, active volcanoes and lush terraced rice fields, making it one of Indonesia’s most popular travel destinations! Here are our top picks for the best things to do in Bali on your next visit.
Combining some of Canada’s most beautiful landscape with an ocean-front location, Vancouver is truly a unique and interesting place for all types of travellers. Whether you’re more into a city excursion or you want to get out and explore some of the rugged wilderness that surrounds Vancouver, this British Columbia city will keep you entertained from the moment you arrive until you leave — no matter how many days you plan on staying.
Situated at the iconic waterfalls that people travel from all around the world to see, Niagara Falls in Ontario overlooks some of the most beautiful landscape in North America. From this point, travelers have the opportunity to see Horseshoe Falls, which is the monumental attraction for Niagara Falls. While visiting the waterfall is definitely on the priority list of things to do when you’re in the area, it is by no means the only thing to explore during your stay.
Like many other Canadian cities, Montréal provides that awesome blend of culture, diversity and language in one beautiful setting. Centrally located for visitors in the United States and only about an hour’s flight from New York City and surrounding major destinations, Montréal blends old world and modern architecture in a stylish setting. Here are our top picks for the best things to do in Montréal.
Visitors to the exotic country of Vietnam will discover a trove of spiritual, cultural, and historical treasures. This beautiful country stretched along the South China Sea offers it all: from rich history to spectacular scenery, bustling cities, great food and fascinating cultural sights – Vietnam is a true Southeast Asian gem!
Canada is the largest country in North America, boasting amazing nature, cosmopolitan cities and friendly residents! Its large space is only scarcely populated, leaving room for the most amazing nature experiences around: virgin forests, snowy mountains, clear rivers and lakes, together with arctic tundra combine to amazing scenery. Here are our top picks for the best places to visit in Canada.