It’s the Cherry Blossom season! If you’re in Taipei, you can visit Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall to see the Japanese Flowering Cherry 大漁櫻 (Pale pink), Cerasus campanulata 緋寒櫻 (Pink), Azalea 杜鵑花, and whatnot. But if you are looking at Azalea 杜鵑花, you should visit National Taiwan University’s Azalea Festival instead. Continue reading “Where to see Cherry Blossom in Taipei, Taiwan”
Japanese food is something I can’t have enough of; my all-time favourite food is none other than sushi and sashimi. I crave for them almost every one or two weeks. I can never get bored of Japanese food. Hence, Japan is one of my favourite countries to visit. If you are like me or have similar palate, I bet you will fall for Japanese food deeply as much as I do. ❤ Continue reading “My favourite foods to eat in Tokyo, Japan”
Tsukiji Inner Market vs Outer Market: Tsukiji Fish Market consists of 2 sections – Inner Market and Outer Market (see Tsukiji Fish Market map at http://japan-guide.com/e/e3021.html). Tuna auction and the famous restaurants are located in the Inner Market. Operations start as early as 5am and end in the early afternoon. On the other hand, crowds of Tsukiji Outer Market start later and there are shops selling ramen, sushi, light foods/snacks, groceries, kitchen tools, supplies etc. It is very crowded around Tsukiji. Do be on your guard so you don’t end up getting hit by a fish cart. Continue reading “Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, Japan”
Here’s my comprehensive guide on planning, transportation means and costs, and allocating time for each sightseeing. It was part of my itinerary and hopefully, it is useful to anyone looking for such guide. I’ve highlighted the train lines in their respective colours. Continue reading “Guide to getting out of Seoul to Nami Island, Petite France, and Garden of Morning Calm in South Korea”
These are some of the attractions and shopping districts that you can visit while in Seoul. Continue reading “Places to visit in Seoul, South Korea”
Restaurants in Seoul: Do note that majority of the restaurants’ signboard are in Korean words and it would be useful to remember or take note of the restaurants’ name in Korean. All Korean restaurants serve side dishes, including but not limited to, kimchi, pickled radish, or seaweed soup for free. The side dishes varies depending on the type of restaurant you dine in. Continue reading “Food recommendations in Seoul, South Korea”
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