These tips, except transport, isn’t necessarily for Kansai only, but leans more towards the whole of Japan in general. With courtesy, of course, they tend to be more lenient with foreigners, but there’s still a level we have to maintain.
This Holy Week proved to be a good time to try new restaurants since my favorites are closed for the holiday. Together with a good friend of mine, we stumbled into Bad Bird in Serendra BGC.
Traveling to a new country can be overwhelming. New people, new place, and new cultures that tend to differentiate from what you are familiar with. For example, in the PH, it’s usual to find prepaid sim cards sold in most convenience stores. But that’s not the case for the other East Asian countries like Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, etc.
Focusing on Taipei travel, let me show teach you the tips I have gained from exploring the city.
I've been to Taipei twice and this itinerary is specifically made for and by yours truly. It's targeted more for those who want to see more of the culture with a limited amount of time rather than taking the time to integrate themselves into the culture of Taiwan.
If you’re looking for ramen in San Juan, you’ll definitely think of Oyasumi Ramen. Oyasumi in Japanese means “Good night”. Surely, it’s the best description for this restaurant for after eating here, you’ll be so full you’ll want to sleep right there and then.
Favori is known for its room scents and linen sprays. But have you ever heard of their scent of wanderlust?
Whether you’re a veteran sugared or just want to try getting waxed, Bare Naked Banawe looks like a place to go to!
Gamecon’s first ever event was held in SM Megamall’s Event Centers last <>. Although it wasn’t as huge as the usual growing conventions here in the Philippines, it’s definitely a great step in the right direction.
I’ve tried Manic Panic and Arctic Fox a while back. It seems fitting, that now I’ve tried Sparks, to write about it to. I mainly used the Sparks to attain a bright green hair with a tinge of blue. Now on to the comparisons.
Solo travel is an experience you have to try at least once. As they say, you grow when you move out of your comfort zone. What better way to test that comfortability by taking a step outside all on your own?
But before you do, let’s make sure you know what you’re getting into.