Travel guide in Otaru – Places of interest

Being the location selected for Hokkaido’s first railway line connecting to Sapporo, Otaru is a city that clings on to elements of the past. It is the perfect place to explore on a day trip with its many restored sites. Here are a few places to check out: Otaru snow light path festival This festival…

A stroll through the old town of Taipa Village – A slice of old Macau

A trip to Macau is not complete without visiting the old Taipa Village. Located in the cultural district on the island of Tapia, Tapia Village is a unique fusion of Macau’s culture and traditions. Here are some traditional restaurants that you should visit. Rooftop Macau Head over to a cozy, warm, sweet and stylish coffee…

The Quan Cong Temple – An ancient cultural site to be discovered

Quan Cong was a talented yet virtuous general who stood for loyalty, kindness, courage and moderation during the difficult times of war in China. The temple was built in honor of him by the Chinese immigrants and the Viet people as well. It was recognized as a “National Historic and Cultural site” in November 1991….

Kumana National Park – For the wildlife adventurist at heart!

Spreading over an area of 35,644 hectares, the Kumana National Park is bordered by River Kumbukkan in the west. There is a 200-hectare man-grove called “Kumana Villu” that is within the park and occasionally gets filled with sea-water. The Kumana National park is no doubt a feast for bird lovers out there! Birds at the…