Shinjuku, in my opinion, is one of the most interesting districts in Tokyo. It has a lot to offer especially for first time visitors. Shopping malls are aplenty and there are alleys of bars and restaurants that offer sumptuous Japanese and other fusion cuisines. Home to Asia’s biggest entertainment district, Shinjuku gets even more colorful at night with bright neon lights illuminating the city. It … Continue reading TOKYO SERIES | What to do in Shinjuku?
Asakusa is considered to be the most traditional metropolitan district in Tokyo. It’s one of the most popular sightseeing area for tourists, and it’s famous for its Sensoji Temple. Whether it be shopping for quintessential Japanese souvenir items or soaking in the rich tradition of Japanese culture through its arts and crafts, Asakusa has a lot to offer. It’s one of the must visit places … Continue reading TOKYO SERIES | Top Sight-seeing Activities in Asakusa
A cool respite from the hustle and bustle of Metro Manila, Tagaytay has always been a go-to place for city dwellers who want to unwind, breathe fresh air and escape the busyness of the city life. But apart from the cool climate, scenic landscapes and picturesque views that Tagaytay offers, it also boasts of best kept restaurants, homegrown cafes and dishes that would tickle every foodie’s … Continue reading TAGAYTAY in 48-Hours : What to Do and Where to Eat