Batanes, the smallest province of the Philippines, lies at the northernmost tip of the country about 190 kilometers south of Taiwan. Out of the 10 islands included in the Batanes group of islands, only 3 are inhabited, Batan, Sabtang and Itbayat. The smaller islets are Dequey, Siayan, Mabudis, Ibuhos, Diogo, North Island, and Y’ami. Because of its cool and windy weather, Batanes is also […]
Siem Reap, the capital city of Siem Reap Province of Cambodia, is the gateway to the Angkor region. Siem Reap, which literally means “The Defeat of Siam”, has been a popular tourist destination not only because of the magnificent temples in the area but also because of its very interesting culture, affordable shopping and lively […]
Never have I imagined myself getting a tattoo, but I did! I told myself before that if ever I am to get one, it should be something special, it should mean a lot to me and it should be worth the pain (heck! I am afraid of injections). And I guess I met all the […]
Bangkok, Thailand’s capital and most populous city, is a haven to cheapskate, shopaholics and temple lovers alike.
I know it would take several months before I can start writing my Japan Travel Guide. I’m very sure because until now I haven’t started yet my Bangkok and Cambodia Travel Guides.
Jeju Island or Jeju-do is one of the nine provinces of South Korea. This small island, located in the southwest of Korean peninsula, is a favorite vacation spot among Koreans and Japanese and also remains as their top honeymoon destination. In fact, CNN even regarded Jeju Island as the “Hawaii of Korea”. Located in Korea’s […]
Busan is the second largest city in South Korea, next to SoKor’s capital Seoul. Busan is probably one of the best examples of harmony between mountains, rivers and sea which enjoys a temperate climate that never gets too hot or cold. Busan has been a favorite destination for Koreans and tourists alike especially during summer […]
Zamboanga is the third largest city in the Philippines in terms of land area. The city of Zamboanga is popularly known as ‘Asia’s Latin City’ because of its hispanic influences in religion and culture. In fact, Chavacano, the main dialect of Zamboanguenos, sounds very much like spanish. Contrary to what others think, the City of Zamboanga […]
Malaysia is known to be a melting-pot of races and religions since Malays, Indians, Chinese and other ethnic groups live together harmoniously in this country. Because of its diverse culture, Malaysia is also considered as a gastronomical haven in Asia. If you are someone who loves to discover asian culture and cuisine, this 4 days […]