South Korea – Ganggyeong Fermented Seafood Festival
14 Oct 2015

South Korea – Ganggyeong Fermented Seafood Festival

Food lovers out there who are looking for food-themed festivals should head to South Korea in October, specifically to the place called Ganggyeong where the annual Ganggyeong Fermented Seafood Festival takes place. Before you picture a shriveled-up sort of festival that doesn’t sound like much fun, consider this fact first: the largest salted seafood market in Korea is found here in this city, and you...

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5 museums to visit in Asia
12 Oct 2015

5 museums to visit in Asia

Asia is rich in history, art and culture. So naturally, all of these things will be housed in various museums and protected areas all over the region. One country could actually have different types of museums because of the diversity of what their culture has to offer. Some countries are actually the intersection of various cultures, making their history and art even richer than the...

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[October] Hanseong Baekje Cultural Festival
07 Oct 2015

[October] Hanseong Baekje Cultural Festival

If you want to experience Korean culture at its finest and grandest, then head over to the Songpa District in Seoul this October 2015 for their annual Hanseong Baekje Cultural Festival. Perhaps considered as the mother of all cultural festivals in Korea, the Hanseong Baekje festival celebrates a grand period in Korea’s history, specifically the flourishing of one of their ancient Three Kingdoms, namely the...

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5 Quirky (and perhaps, gross) Japanese snacks
05 Oct 2015

5 Quirky (and perhaps, gross) Japanese snacks

Japan snacks have been roaming around Social Media for its cuteness and weirdness but it seems like these are enjoyed by the public. Some have been around for years and has been popular for children of all ages, adults included. Here are some of the snacks that have overall quirkiness on it. 1. Happy Kitchen Image Source Having thought so playing clay and making food...

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Tagaytay, a southern escape near Manila
01 Oct 2015

Tagaytay, a southern escape near Manila

If you are travelling or you live in the busy area of Manila and is looking for a place to escape but doesn’t want to travel very far, then Tagaytay is one of the best options you can go to. Tagaytay is around 2 hours away (depending on traffic) from Manila and it has a cooler weather which guests can definitely take advantage of. Aside...

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