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2020 Things to Do in Seoul: 5 Days Plan
There are many things to do in Seoul like visiting Gyeongbokgung Palace, exploring Hongik University Street and such, hence a good plan for exploring and experiencing this city is very necessary. With 5 days in Seoul you can discover major part of Seoul and enjoy your trip to the fullest.
TripBlogJan 14, 2020232,750
Thanksgiving 2020: Thanksgiving Notes and Vacation Ideas
What day is Thanksgiving 2020? 26 Nov. Thanksgiving 2020 is a bit later than usual. Thanksgiving is an American holiday and is a day of celebration all over the country. This special day has a historical significance in America as it is connected to the pilgrims from Europe who set foot on the new world. Thanksgiving is also a very important day because it is the start of the Christmas season as well. Many people start Christmas shopping and planning for the big season right from Thanksgiving
TripBlogJan 13, 20200440
Free Things to Do in NYC: Top List 2020
New York has a lot to offer for everyone in the City. From the neon-lit Times Square to the iconic landmarks like Empire State building, from the gigantic Central Park to Broadway theatre, there are countless things that you cannot miss while you are here. Whatever brings you to the City, work or leisure, the City has so much to see and do, that you will be lost just by the idea of where to start. This Insider's guide will walk you through the free things to do in NYC.
TripBlogJan 13, 20201343
10 Unique Things You Probably Never Knew About Texas
Texas is the largest state in the United States of America, both in terms of area and population. Located on the southern border, Texas has a unique and distinct personality and culture. From big cars to big houses to southern charm, Texas and its people are not shy about who and what they are.
TripBlogJan 7, 2020049
Most Local and Life-Like Guide to Fairs of Sydney
Most Local and Life-Like Guide to Fairs of Sydney
TripBlogDec 26, 20190281
Must Visit Local Places
Many tourists may be unfamiliar with the name Nantou, but when it comes to Sun Moon Lake and Qing Jing Farm, most people know them well. These scenic spots are located in Nantou County in Central Taiwan. In fact, in addition to these, Nantou also has the Literature and Art Railway, Star Resort, Forest Bathing Place, Folk Customs Village, Monster Village, and others, all of which are worth exploring. Let's see what these must-visit places are.
TripBlogDec 23, 20190341
Different People with Different Interests Can Always Find a Museum They Like in Stockholm.
As the capital of Sweden, Stockholm not only brings together many historical buildings, but also many museums. There is both Swedish National Museum, a comprehensive national museum, and Skansen Park Open-air Museum, a characteristic museum with unique the world. Different people with different interests can find a museum they like here.
TripBlogDec 12, 2019071
6 Things to Know Before Visiting Wat Phra Kaew Bangkok
Wat Phra Kaew is a Buddhist temple in the Phra Nakhon District of Bangkok in Thailand. It is known in the English language as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
TripBlogDec 5, 20190170
How-to Tips on Visiting the Tiananmen Square
Also known as the‘Gate of Heavenly Peace,’the Tiananmen Square is a Chinese national symbol representing a monumental gate of valor. It is dedicated to the martyrs who revolted against the country’s oppressors and depicted a revolutionary symbol of the Chinese heyday. Located at the heart of Beijing, the Chinese capital city, Tiananmen Square is an epitome of the might of Chinese Communism as it grows stronger by the day.
TripBlogDec 4, 201911,075
Kinkakuji in Kyoto: Best time to Visit and Breathtaking Spot
Kinkakuji in Tokyo is a place not just to Zen philosophy believers, but to all those who love beauty and magnificence. The gold-leaf-covered Golden Pavilion surrounded by tall pine trees with an untouched-by-man reflection in temple’s pool before it is breathtaking!
TripBlogDec 2, 201901,159
HaveFun in Bali: "Gourmet, Lembugan Island, Penida Island, Pura Luhur Lempuyang, Chasing Dolphin, Swing, Bird's Nest" Shows How to Enjoy Life!
Lembugan Island+Penida Island Lembugan Island is a small island located on the southeastern side of Bali. The underwater organisms are clearly visible as far as the eye can see. The island is full of lush coconut trees and the residents live peacefully, harmoniously and happily. Penida Island also has the translation "Ponida Island". It is just next to Lembugan Island, but ten times bigger than that. The most well-known scenic spots are Broken Beach, Angel's Billabong and Crystal Bay. Angel's Billabong and Kelingking Beach (the sandy beach below the ghost cliff also called "little thumb beach" as well) are only a few minutes from each other. According to the personal circumstances, these two islands can be scheduled together for sightseeing. I
TripBlogNov 26, 20190121
TOP 7 Most Distinctive Japanese Festivals, You've Earned if You Know about Them
Participate in Osaka Tenjin Matsuri Festival: One of the three major festivals in Japan Osaka Tenjin Matsuri Festival, with a history of more than 1,000 years, is one of the "three major festivals" in Japan and the largest water celebration in the world The highlight of the festival is the "Parade on Land" and "Parade by Boat". Parade on Land indicates that 3,000 people dressed in Nara's Heian court costume and the God sedan with the slowly walk forward; Parade by Boat indicates that about 100 boats from Tenma Bridge go upstream. In the evening, there is also the fireworks display.
TripBlogNov 15, 20190126
6 Things you Need to do WhenTraveling in Andalusia
Seville is one of the major cities in Southern Spain. Its also the home of bullfighting, Flamenco, and where Sherry was first produced. If you spend one or two days here, see a Flamenco performance, and stroll through the Andalusian Barrio de Santa Cruz, you will definitely fall in love with this place.
TripBlogNov 14, 20190118
A Practical Strategy for Visiting Sun Moon Lake
Sun Moon Lake is one of the places that fully merits being a synonym for Taiwan’s scenery. It is about 1.5 hours’ drive from Taizhong. In addition to the fact that Sun Moon Lake has beautiful mountains and water, the bicycle route around the lake has been selected as one of the ten most beautiful bicycle routes in the world, and riding a bicycle or riding in a boat are both wonderful experiences.
TripBlogNov 6, 20190237
7 best Art Museums in Spain
Spain is certainly a beautiful country with its varies landscapes and coastlines. Madrid is the capital of Spain, which is known as the home to the Royal Palace. Spain today is one of the European countries that has the largest collection of art, most of them are in museums. Art museums in Spain are renowned all over. The country is also known for some of the finest art galleries in the world.
Tripper-No1Oct 24, 20190331
Top 11 Beautiful Ancient Towns for Your Trip to Chongqing
The extraordinary and long history of China is a give-away that almost every area here has lots of ancient towns near most of the major cities. As dynasties, emperors, and their good times waxed and waned, towns came into being, became famous, and then many were discarded with a new rule or dynasty beginning. Some of these ancient cities like Chongqing are ancient but also developed with the times. Many pockets and ancient towns in Chongqing are present where the ancient city still stands. Discovering these places which are entirely different from the modern Chinese towns makes a very interesting and good vacation.
TripBlogOct 22, 20190245
The Best Way to Travel from Tokyo to Osaka
Tokyo is the capital city of Japan and is considered to be the most populous metropolitan area in the world as of 2018. The city is the seat of the Japanese Emperor, the Japanese Government, and the National Legislature. The former name of Tokyo was Edo. It was given by the 17th-century ruler Tokugawa Ieyasu when he made the area his headquarters in the year 1603. Things get a bit confusing for first-timers in Tokyo as the wards of Tokyo Prefecture contain different districts (with different unique characteristics), and the locals refer to these districts as “cities” colloquially! Tokyo is a particularly well-traveled destination in recent years. It is known for its Cherry blossoms, colorful cityscape, street fashion, museums, etc. This is just some overview of the city, as apart from this, the bustling metropolis has a lot more to offer.
TripBlogOct 15, 20190549
Top 10 Coffee Shops In Seattle
When it comes to brain rushes, the world knows that Seattle is the best place for coffee. Many of Seattle’s local are coffee enthusiasts. Seattle is known for its important coffee culture and many coffeehouses. The city’s people guzzle more coffee than any other American city. Study states that there are more than 40 coffee shops per 90,000 residents in Seattle. Seattle people spend an average of 40$ per month on coffee. There are many local sidewalk stand, tiny and big coffee houses selling coffee throughout the day. Many coffee exhibitions and coffee events take place in this city. In April 2015 the World Barista Championship was held in Seattle.
TripBlogOct 12, 20190243
Grand Palace Guide for First Timer in Bangkok
The Grand Palace Bangkok is the city’s premier tourist destination. Not only is it the most historically significant site in Bangkok but also architecturally magnificent and spiritually meaningful. The Grand Palace has been at the heart of the city ever since it was founded in 1782 by King Rama 1; one can even argue that it is the birthplace of Bangkok.
TripBlogSep 26, 20194472
See Harlem in 24 Hours: Manhattan Walking Guide
Harlem is one of the most prominent names in the checklist of tourists that come to explore Manhattan. Named after the Harlem city in the Netherlands, Harlem was formally organized in the year 1658 as a Dutch village. It is a neighborhood of the northern part of New York City Borough of Manhattan. The Harlem river covers it on the North along with the 155th street, whereas, Frederick Doughlas Boulevard, St. Nicholas Avenue and Morningside park cover it on the west.
TripBlogSep 26, 20190299
The Top Museums in Paris: Immersed in Art
If you are an ardent museum enthusiast and visiting Paris whether to escape the summer heat or winter cold, you can indulge in your classic vacation activity by paying a visit to Paris Museums. Paris has around astounding 130 museums and is rightfully called the city of Museums. Paris is also home to some of the most iconic art galleries in the world which have some of the best and most famous art pieces from the contemporary works to those dating back to thousands of years. Museums in Paris attract artists and art lovers in hundreds of thousands every year, especially during art exhibitions and special displays. If you are very passionate about art galleries and museums and very keen on visiting them around the world, then Paris, being the unchallenged capital of art museums, is the place to tour. While visiting Paris, you will be spoilt for choices due to the abundance of such places available to visitors in a single city anywhere on the planet.
TripBlogSep 26, 20190265
The Colosseum: Everything You Need to Know
The Flavian Amphitheatre, also known as the Roman Colosseum, is the largest amphitheater that has ever been built on the earth. The structure is situated in the heart of Rome and is considered one of the greatest wonders the world has ever seen. The Colosseum is considered to be one of the best-maintained ruins from the Roman Empire. The remains of the structure date back to the 1st century, in around 72 AD, when the Roman Empire was at its heights, and Emperor Vespasian ordered the construction of it. At any given time, the Colosseum was capable of seating about 80 thousand people for events and other things.
TripBlogSep 20, 20190181
A Complete Guide to the Fairytale Neuschwanstein Castle
It was the time of the mid-19th century when the empire of Bavaria was conquered by Prussia. The then ruler of Bavaria, King Ludwig II was consequently stripped of his powers. Bavaria had to live as an annexed portion of Prussia, and it lost its status of a kingdom. The obviously saddened king, King Ludwig II, did what most of us won’t do to make one feel better; he commissioned the construction of an extravagant castle-the Neuschwanstein Castle.
TripBlogSep 20, 20190268
Visit the Pantheon Paris: History and Tips
Pantheon Paris is a majestic archeological site situated in the Latin Quarter in Paris, France. It is the most ancient structure (125 AD) of Rome, and one of the city's most magnificent spectacles and this grandeur is visible from every corner of Paris. The Pantheon Paris meant the “Temple of all the Gods” and was initially built as a church dedicated to St. Genevieve. The primary purpose of constructing this building was to keep the reliquary Chasse containing the remains of the most honored saint of those times. But unfortunately, it changed to a secular mausoleum and now houses the remains of prominent French citizens.
TripBlogSep 20, 201913,126
8 reasons for you to visit Puerto Vallarta once in your lifetime
Puerto Vallarta is one of the world’s most exciting and beautiful tourist destinations for your MEXICO VACATIONS. Nestled under the lush palm-covered mountains on one side and the vast sparkling blue Bahía de Banderas flanking the other, Puerto Vallarta is sure to make your vacation most memorable one. The place is untouched by capitalism and is one of Mexico’s most charming as well as enticing coastal destination. There are numerous adventurous activities that you can indulge in to satisfy your adrenaline drive.
TripBlogSep 20, 20190191