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.
Also known as the “Island of the Gods”, Jeju Island is Korea’s largest island and one of it’s most popular holiday and honeymooning destinations. It is also home to some incredible natural wonders and Unesco World Heritage Sites. If you’re looking for more than just a beach from your island holiday, then we have 7
Bali is a beautiful, relaxing paradise and the perfect island getaway. It is however, an island with so much more to offer than just beaches, pools and sunbeds. Take your well earned break, get a nice massage and relax, but don’t allow all of Bali’s incredible experiences and stunning locations to pass you by. Drag yourself off
Busan, Korea’s second-largest city, is a welcome change of scene from the bustling urban maze of Seoul. This scenic coastal town if full of incredible beaches, scenic mountains, and cultural villages. Get to know this beautiful port city and all the great things you can do here. Haeundae Beach Every summer, Koreans flock to Haeundae
If you’re trying to save money on your next trip, other than staying on top of the exchange rates, constantly refreshing ticket prices online, or checking KKday for the latest itineraries on offer, is there anything else we can do? Well, your own credit can also be of use sometimes too. If you’ve got a JCB card
Night markets are an essential part of everyday Taiwanese life and culture, a place to meet, socialize, eat and shop. Almost every city and town in Taiwan has one, and in many cases multiple, night markets. There is always something for everyone, and one of the best things about them is wandering from stall to
When you think about a Korean winter vacation, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? Snow? Skiing? Is there anything else to do? Well actually, there’s loads more. Here are 5 activities you really shouldn’t be missing out on during your Korean winter vacation. #1 Strawberry Picking Yeah that’s right, strawberry picking!
Everything about Kyoto just bursts with tradition and culture, there are few better places to look for a glimpse into Japan’s fascinating past than their previous capital city. With white winters, orange autumns, pink springs and green summers, Kyoto looks spectacular no matter the season with each bringing it’s own distinct mood, backdrop and seasonal color.
To the east side of the Gulf of Thailand, around a two hour drive from Bangkok, lies Pattaya, which until recently was a small fishing village. It’s fair to say Pattaya’s reputation has changed somewhat in the last 40 or 50 years. This sleepy village woke up and became a city that never sleeps! While
Spring is certainly a wonderful time of year to visit Japan, the weather warms up, the flowers bloom and there’s a host of intriguing festivals and fun activities to take part in. If you’re lucky enough to be in Japan at this beautiful time of year, look no further than our spring guide to