A bucket of chicken, a slice of cake, and some wine are all it takes to celebrate Christmas in Japan.
Are you planning a trip for when the world reopens? These incredible places in Japan are perfect for IG-worthy pics, travel bloggers, foodies, and backpackers!
20 meters (65 feet) high, 25 meters (82 feet) wide and 55 meters (180 feet) long—that is about how big the lizard measures in movies and in real life, and if you’re brave enough, you’ll be excited to face this monster soon. In 2020, the Nijigen no Mori theme park on Awaji Island will offer… Continue reading Japan Theme Park Plans to Open Godzilla Experience in 2020
The Philippines imposed stricter travel restrictions banning entry from 20 countries, and several areas in community quarantine.
Krampus being jolly old St. Nicholas’ “happy” helper is one story that will keep you in the nice list all year long.
As restrictions ease around the country and the prospect of travel beckons, many of us will be planning road trips for the holiday season.
To ensure your trip is memorable in the best rather than the worst way, here are some things you and your fellow travellers can do to reduce the risk of becoming infected with, or spreading, COVID on your trip.
Wouldn’t it be nice to see a stewardess briefly move both hands in a forward motion, sideways, and give some more instructions in that calming voice?
Souvenirs can be items that bear the unwritten trademark of a place. It’s a little bit like remembering Japan when you see sushi or Russia when you see fur hats. Nearing the finish line for our A Ba Ka of the Philippine Souvenirs series, let’s look at Walis. Wa for Walis It doesn’t matter where… Continue reading The A Ba Ka of Philippine Souvenirs: Wa for Walis
A recent study found that people who spent at least two hours in nature per week were consistently more likely to report higher levels of health and well-being compared to people who spent less time in nature.
The automated warning system provides real-time hazard information and a much greater level of safety to protect tourists and help operators determine when it is safe to visit volcanoes.
The abaniko as a souvenir is practical, lightweight, useful, and affordable. It is no wonder why tourists would always take a bunch of the hand-crafted woven fans home with them. As some tourists would probably keep one piece for their souvenir collection, others would choose the abaniko as a “coming home” present (or “pasalubong”, as Filipinos call it) for their friends and families.
The Grattan Institute’s call to “abandon” plans for any high-speed rail network in Australia fails to look at the wider benefits such a project can bring by way of more productive economies and more sustainable towns and cities.
The following data are consolidated from various sources as indicated. Confirmed cases 140 Cases tested negative 638 Cases pending test results 72 Laboratory Status of Patients in the Philippines (as of 15 March 2020; 12:00 PM) Source: DOH Recoveries 2 Deaths 11 Admitted 140 Status of Patients in the Philippines (as of 15 March 2020;… Continue reading LIST: Coronavirus Update