Three Days In Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap is one of the world's most astonishing cities, without a doubt. With so much to offer, from 900-year-old temples (the most unbelievable one being Angkor Wat, an ancient wonder of the world) to the local markets and rickety tuk-tuks, Siem Reap is a place I'd definitely recommend to visit. The city overflows with... Continue Reading →

A Weekend In Singapore

Singapore. One of the most incredible cities in the world, with so much to see, experience, do, eat, and explore all packed into a total area of 278 miĀ². One of my favorite parts about the city is that it's the cleanest in the world, with strict laws on chewing gum, smoking, and littering, keeping... Continue Reading →

Hong Kong – what to see and what to do

Hong Kong is an incredible city all around. From the magical culture and cuisine to the beautiful architecture and history, it's hard not to want to stay forever. It may seem like another modern metropolis from above or far away, but once you're walking through a traditional market, eating dim sum at a local restaurant,... Continue Reading →

Four Days in Seoul, South Korea

Seoul is a very bright, busy, high tech city that is not at all like Tokyo. The city is home to many typical "Asian" street markets, meaning motorcycles zoom around you, people are yelling at you to buy their food, and has a dirtier vibe than clean, civilized Japanese markets. Aside from all of the... Continue Reading →

Three Days In Kyoto, Japan

Kyoto is a very nice, laid back, and peaceful city that is home to some of the world's most incredible sights. We stayed there for 3 nights and I think we did everything we wanted to do. Just like Tokyo, the public transportation is easy to deal with, so don't stress about getting to faraway... Continue Reading →

Your Guide To The Japanese Alps

Matsumoto, Kanazawa, and Takayama are three great cities to go to in between Tokyo and Kyoto. They are all small, friendly places and are all very easy to get to by train, but it does require a littleĀ backtracking. I recommend staying in Matsumoto for 1 night to see the famous castle, Kanazawa for 2 nights... Continue Reading →

Three Days in Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo is the roaring capital of Japan and is all around amazing. I know some people compare it to New York City, but it is nothing like it. The city is high tech, having trains like Shinkansen zoom around at 280 mph, culturally stunning with its amazing temples, shrines, and palaces, and just like the... Continue Reading →

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