Red-crowned crane or more popular known as Japanese Crane was once critically endangered species, thanks to the rehabilitation effort by the authorities, the number of population has now increased to 1,500 as of 2013.
I’ll be staying in Sapporo for a month, so looking for a good cafe is one of the thing on my to-do list.
A weekend walk at Odori Park was quite a surprising one when I saw him performing with existing crowd seated around and mesmerised by his talent.
Hokkaido is famous for its fresh seafood and often refers to as a land blessed with dairy and seafood produce.
A Saturday morning walk at Ueno Park has brought me to Ameyoko, situated under the railway line of JR Ueno Station.
I did a quick search on Google to check out the old town in Tokyo (besides Asakusa), Yanakaginza came up as the most recommended place to visit.
If you enjoy boutique cafes, small boutique shops, art theatre, record shops, small handmade outlets, then this is the type of neighbourhood you must visit in Tokyo.
Having been to Tokyo the second time after five years, I have pretty much cover the popular spots like Shinjuku, Shibuya, Akihabara, Asakusa, Ginza etc. So this time around I am looking for local neighbourhood with local touch.
If you are in Bangkok on weekdays, Damnoen Saduak Floating Market (2 hours from Bangkok) would be your best bet to experience one of Bangkok’s iconic floating market.
Boarded a local bus from Phnom Penh to Battambang (Cambodia second largest city).
It is a common sight to see school kids in the village area go to school with slippers and can hardly see them with shoes. These kids are from Ougura Trokeat Primary School situated next to Choeung Ek Killing Fields.
Maybe some of us came from countries that separate wet market and dry market due to hygienic reasons, but this isn’t the case in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Firing the real AK47 at Cu Chi Tunnel was an awesome experience I ever had.
No wonder Central Post Office in Ho Chi Minh is one of the tourist attraction in the city.
Afternoon boat ride along Mekong Delta at a village after a fulfilling lunch.