When visiting Seoul, it’s hard to miss the Han River, as it flows through the city itself and runs alongside some of the best attractions in Seoul. Han River Park , located on the banks of Han River, is actually an island containing 12 different parks, all part of Hangang Park . Exploring Yeouido Hangang Park by bicycle is the best way to enjoy river views, native trees and manicured gardens in the area.
As the political and financial epicenter of South Korea, Seoul is always buzzing with activity, and some of the best luxury hotels in Seoul suit any budget. Located in the northwest region of South Korea, Seoul serves as the capital of the country and is home to a booming shopping scene, historical shrines and religious practices that date back more than 2000 years. Stunning architecture and a plethora of colorful flora and fauna accessorize the cityscape like a fine piece of jewelry.
Bukchon Hanok Village is a beautiful, preserved village that features traditional Korean houses and reflects what an urban neighborhood would have looked like more than 600 years ago. Bukchon also showcases the Bukchon Traditional Crafts Experience Centre which helps visitors learn about traditions for which the special area is famous.
Whether this is your first visit to Paris, or you’ve been before, the Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile (the Triumphal Arch of the Star), but better known as the Arc de Triomphe, is a beautiful site in a wonderful neighborhood. The Arc de Triomphe is located near the Champs-Élysées, so you can stroll all the way down to the western end of the area and that is where the Arc de Triomphe will be waiting for you. Construction on the Arc de Triomphe started in 1806 and the site was inaugurated on July 29, 1836, and it has been one of the most famous Parisian landmarks ever since and, in a city that has many landmarks, including the Eiffel Tower and the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, that’s not an easy feat to accomplish.
Join thousands to usher in spring and celebrate the triumph of good over evil during a 2019 Holi festival in India. This rowdy festival of colours is the most anticipated national holiday in India. For two days, locals from Punjab to West Bengal join tourists to laugh, play and coat each other in vibrantly-colored powder. Check out 5 of the brightest places in India to celebrate Holi.
The Xinyi District has technically only existed since 1990. Yet in that short time, it’s developed a reputation for being one of Taipei’s premier travel destinations. You’re never too far from experiencing something cool or iconic, from the impressive TAIPEI 101 to the breathtaking Elephant Mountain. While the district is known for producing unforgettable shopping experiences at ATT-4-FUN, it’s also a place of religious reverence thanks to points of interest like Songshan Fengtian Temple. Here’s our list of the top 8 things to do in Xinyi to make your trip truly phenomenal.
Centered around the city’s second busiest railway station, Ikebukuro Station, the district of Ikebukuro makes a great starting point for any tour of Tokyo. Here, you’ll find shopping, entertainment, interesting architecture and unique tourist attractions – many of which are geared toward the budget-conscious traveler. Here are 15 ways to explore the best that Ikebukuro has to offer, without breaking the bank.
Lotte World is an entertainment and recreation complex in Seoul, located in the city’s southeastern Songpa District. It is known mainly for being home to the world’s largest indoor theme park, Lotte World Adventure. However, it is also the site of Lotte World Mall, Lotte World Aquarium, and Lotte World Tower. Lotte World is very popular among both locals and tourists, and you can easily spend a whole day or longer exploring its many attractions.
Travelers looking for a green adventure are heading to eco-friendly hotels in India. Book a stay at any of these eco resorts and enjoy trekking through jungles, organic Indian cuisine and luscious views from hillside paradises.
Tokyo may be the top tourist destination in Japan but, if you have time during your visit to check out the surrounding locales, then taking some day trips is totally worth it. From the renowned Yokohama Chinatown in Yokohama to beautiful Toshogu Shrine in Nikko, there’s a lot to see just a short way from Japan’s capital city. Ready to go exploring? Let’s take a look at the best day trips from Tokyo.