Taiwan is a vibrant nation with incredible natural wonders, rich culture, and friendly locals. And with very few visa restrictions, there’s no reason why it shouldn’t be your next holiday adventure. KKday is brings you a series of quick and easy guides to traveling in Taiwan. Here’s a few things you have to know before
Somehow, plane rides have taken away all the fun of flying. It’s cramped, stuffy, and there’s nothing to see from 38,000 feet above the ground. Rekindle the magic of flying when you hop on a hot air balloon in any of the countries we’ve listed down below. Cappadocia, Turkey Take a vertical ride up into the
Boracay is a tiny island. With an area no more than 10 sq km, it’s possible to walk the whole stretch in a day. But this vibrant island continues to surprise even the locals. Picture yourself coasting the waters in a paraw boat as you read our quick guide to the Philippines’ top tourist attraction.
New Zealand has already made a name for itself as the adventure capital of the world. With activities like hiking, caving, bungee jumping and skydiving, everything in New Zealand is designed to get you out doing something adventurous. Here are 6 experiences in New Zealand that makes you question why aren’t you booking an immediate flight to New Zealand yet.
Pattaya, Thailand has boomed from a modest fishing village to one of the world’s best holiday getaways. And while everyone associates Pattaya with an exuberant and notorious nightlife, there’s more to the resort city that meets the eye. Here’s a quick list of things you can do for the next weekend! 1. Hit the beaches
(Yuichi Kosio) As spring drives away the winter cold in Korea, nature awakens and life carpets the Earth. Flowers bud, trees thaw and grass grow, but amidst all of that hullabaloo, the beauty of cherry blossoms shines through. Japan might be the first that springs (yes, pun intended) to mind as we speak of
(hans-johnson) Spring is definitely the most wonderful time of year to visit Japan — the climate is delightfully cool, cherry blossoms are everywhere, and there’s an entire string of intriguing festivals and activities to join in. If you’re lucky enough to be in Japan during this beautiful time of year, look no further than KKday’s
Igor Ovsyannykov/Unsplash Ahhh, Bangkok, the Land of Smiles, where foodies cheer and shoppers frolic. With a plethora of activities and experiences to offer, Bangkok is a city of endless entertainment to explore. If you’re looking to deviate from the typical shopping itinerary in Bangkok, KKday has got your back. From shark diving to rifle shooting, valiant
(el_ave) What’s the first thing you do when you hit the streets of Hongdae, Ewha and Myeongdong? Shop for beauty products, of course! KKday shows you a list 6 Korean skincare products you must buy while on your holiday in Korea. 1. Banila Co Clean It Zero Banila Co Clean It Zero (Beauty Bucketeer) A holy
Photo credit: Flickr There’s more to Busan’s nightlife than just clubbing and getting wasted. Discover a whole new Busan after the sun sets as you awe at the millions of lights at the night view of Busan’s port. Wondering what travellers are up to in Busan at night? KKday brings you 4 ways to have