Trekking on Padar Island: Challenging Path for Breathtaking Views

PADAR ISLAND AND KOMODO DRAGON Padar Island is one of the islands that belongs to Komodo National Park in East Nusa Tenggara Province, Flores Island, Indonesia. It’s the third largest island after Komodo and Rinca Island, about 14.09 square kilometers. The uninhabited island is a home for savanna and palmyra palm trees flourishing on the hilly … Continue reading Trekking on Padar Island: Challenging Path for Breathtaking Views

West Jakarta Cityscape Tourists Overlook: Evening in Central Park

WEST JAKARTA ATTRACTION: MORE THAN JUST OLD TOWN  When it comes to a short stay in Jakarta, especially in the west side of Indonesia’s capital, The Old Town (Kota Tua) and Chinatown, where both are situated nearby, are the most visited destinations for tourists. Nonetheless, West Jakarta is quite a big piece, stretching about 129.54 km2 (50.02 sq mi) and consisting of 8 … Continue reading West Jakarta Cityscape Tourists Overlook: Evening in Central Park

Voyagin: Is This Online Booking Service Worth It for Budget Travellers?

A GLIMPSE ABOUT VOYAGIN Voyagin is an online booking service for tours, tickets and restaurants in several Asian countries founded by Masashi Takahashi from Japan. Being a Japanese company, the widest range of services is in Japan, that includes mobile WiFi rental, SIM card and e-money card purchases. Other Asian countries available on Voyagin are Vietnam, Indonesia, … Continue reading Voyagin: Is This Online Booking Service Worth It for Budget Travellers?

10 Stunning Views of Zhangjiajie that People Overlook

Zhangjiajie, whose old name is Dayong, is in the northwest of Hunan Province, China. Its capital city is Changsa, where Mao Tze-Tung was born, is situated about 330 km from the city. The changing name from Dayong to Zhangjiajie happened in 1994, 2 years after the inclusion of Wulingyuan Scenic Park on UNESCO Heritage Site list. Thanks to that, … Continue reading 10 Stunning Views of Zhangjiajie that People Overlook

Photography of Gion Shirakawa Scenic View in the Evening

Initially built in front of Yasaka Shrine, Gion was mainly established for fulfilling the needs of the shrine visitors. Over time, the district has become one of the essentials of Kyoto, as it is the most famous entertainment district where tourists are dying for witnessing and capturing the passing geisha, or locally-called geiko, in the evening. Not … Continue reading Photography of Gion Shirakawa Scenic View in the Evening