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Travel with Under USD 25 a Day

Backpackers and budget travelers, add these cities to the list.   We found 50 (yes, 50!) cities that you can visit to eat, stay and play for under $25/day. 1. Porto, Portugal – $24/day Porto is a coastal city in northwest Portugal known for its stately bridges and Port wine production. In the medieval Ribeira (riverside) district, you’ll find narrow cobbled streets wind past merchants’ houses and ...

Best Destination for Solo Backpackers

Here are a few favorite destination for solo backpackers – due to their safety, popularity among other solo travelers, and overall guaranteed to give you the time of your life. 1. Iceland 2. Australia 3. Vietnam 4. Thailand 5. Italy 6. Japan 7. Croatia 8. New Zealand 9. Ireland 10. Norway 11. Costa Rica 12. Indonesia

Coolest Cafe in Paris

Paris has no shortage of cafes, making it easy to find a spot to enjoy a drink and watch the world pass. But on your next trip to Paris, why not seek out a cafe that’s a little more original? Here are a few of the coolest cafe you should consider visiting the next time you visit Paris: 1. Merci Used Book Café             Address: 111 Boulevard Beaumarchais, Paris 7500...

How rich gets free stuff

Have you wonder why rich gets richer and poor gets poorer? Its all about the word “leverage”. While maintaining their high standards of livings, rich are still able to generate more wealth than the poor. Besides the rich are good in reinvesting their money to multiply their income, they leverage into banks rewards, loyalty cards points and memberships cards. These companies loves to re...

Your Ultimate Pre Travel Checklist

Sometimes when we travel, we found out that we have forgotten to check on certain things when we need it. Here are some common things that we tend to overlook before traveling to other countries. 1. Make sure your passport doesn’t expire soon. Many countries will not permit travelers to enter the country unless their passports will remain valid for at least six months after their scheduled departu...

How to Travel Smarter

All of us would like to have a vacation somewhere and most of us would like to maximize every single dollars an cents that we spend while having a great holiday somewhere. But do your know how you could make it better? Here are some of the things that you could take note before and during your travel: 1) Books smartly It’s been said that booking flights on a Tuesday afternoon gives you the cheapes...

Tokyo: Kiyosumi Teien

The grounds of Kiyosumi Teien (清澄庭園) were originally the residence of an Edo era merchant, and eventually changed ownership to a feudal lord who turned them into a garden. During the Meiji Period, the founder of Mitsubishi bought the garden to entertain his guests. It was donated to the city of Tokyo and opened to the public in 1932. A highlight of the Kiyosumi Teien landscape garden are the many ...

Places that you must visit in Tokyo

Japan has been a very hot destinations for travelers. Most of our Malaysian travelers love Japan after they visited it. I have a chance to visit Japan a few years ago and Tokyo is on of the place that i wouldn’t  want to miss. Based on my research and also trip over there, i’ve shortlisted top 14 places that you should visit when you are there. Tsukiji Fish Market Akihabara Koishikawa ...

Tokyo: Tokyo Midtown

Tokyo Midtown is a city within the city in the center of Tokyo’s Roppongi district. Opened in 2007, the complex includes apartments, offices, shops, restaurants, museums, park space and a luxury hotel. In its center stands one of Tokyo’s tallest buildings, the 248 meter tall Midtown Tower. The top floors of the Midtown Tower are occupied by the Ritz Carlton Tokyo, one of Japan’s ...

Tokyo: Todoroki Valley

The Todoroki Valley (等々力渓谷, Todoroki Keikoku) is probably central Tokyo’s most unconventional green space. Located in the middle of the densely populated Setagaya city ward, it is an attractive walking trail, leading for about one kilometer through a narrow, wooded valley along a small river. At the other end of the valley stands the atmospheric Todoroki Fudo Temple together with some shrine...

Tokyo: Takaosan

Mount Takao (高尾山, Takaosan) is one of the closest natural recreation areas to central Tokyo, offering beautiful scenery, an interesting temple and attractive hiking opportunities. Although outside the city center, the mountain is still located within metropolitan Tokyo and takes only 50 minutes and 390 yen to reach from Shinjuku.   A network of numbered hiking trails lead up the slopes of Tak...

Tokyo: Makuhari Messe

Makuhari is a commercial district just outside central Tokyo along the shores of Tokyo Bay in Chiba Prefecture. In the late 1980s, the district was built on reclaimed land in a modern style of architecture and with noticeably organized city planning that includes elevated promenades and walkways as well as wide, well designed streets. The district’s attractions include a convention center, b...

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