This hub analyses Seoul’s tourist visitation, tourism potentials, and its positive and negative impacts on the city. The hub concludes by making policy recommendations to achieve sustainable tourism.
A fairly comprehensive guide that teaches you the manners and customs of being a guest in someone's house in Japan.
South Koreans practise some quite interesting dining etiquette. It would be useful know the dos and don'ts while dining with Koreans so as to avoid embarrassing scenes or committing offending behaviour.
In structure the Japanese archipelago can be regarded as the higher portions of several largely volcanic mountain ranges, which rise from the floor of the Pacific Ocean and form a portion of the circum-Pacific
The people of China are no different from other people in the world. If you find yourself asking, ‘Why are People Extremely Terrified of Chinese People?’, then, you may as well ask yourself this, ‘Are Chinese People Extremely Terrified of...
The timeless kimono is Japan's oldest and most uniquely Japanese style of clothing. I discuss the parts of the kimono, things usually worn with it, and other forms of traditional Japanese dress.
Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated areas in the world. With limited land and a population of over seven million people accommodated in high-rise apartments ...
Most visitors to Okinawa, Japan’s southernmost prefecture, don’t go beyond the shores of the namesake island. However, Okinawa prefecture is far flung and includes islands that are strung out across almost 600 kilometers of ocean. Okinawa island...
A primer in the basics of travelling to and within Japan's capital and largest city, Tokyo.
The gravel crunched under my feet and cleanest, purest air filled my lungs, I finally made to the shrine of shrines: Ise Jingu. Ise Grand Shrine is now one of my favorite travel destinations.