Cheap, but tasty!
Whether you're on a trip with family or exploring Asia solo-for business or for pleasure-a meal or two at a local fast food place should be on your itinerary. Though they probably won't feel as ~*authentic*~ as hole-
Breathtaking sites throughout the world’s largest continent!
Stretching from the Pacific Ocean in the east, to the Mediterranean Sea in the west, and from the northernmost tip of Russia, down to the southernmost end of Indonesia, Asia is the largest continent in the world. And yet, only three of
What to see, what to eat, and where to stay!
Summer is matsuri (festival) season in Japan! Get ready to eat some yatai (street food), wear a yukata (summer kimono), catch firework displays, light lanterns, and witness lots and lots of street dancing. Just be sure to book your trip between July
Watching out for seat sales really does pay off.
Normally, you'd save up P15,000 to visit one country alone. But as Facebook user MeaKryztine Aquiviano shows, you can get around Asia for very little if you're willing to backpack.Last October, she and her boyfriend traveled
Here's your Japanese makeup shopping checklist!
Shopping for makeup in Japan can get a bit overwhelming, especially if you step into one of the branches of the famous Matsumoto Kiyoshi or Don Quijote, where products are stacked like they're preparing for the apocalypse. Plus, the country has
It's called 'Bake,' and it's in Siargao!
Rachel Peters has proven that she's a woman of many talents. When she's not busy empowering Pinays all over the world, she's running her coffee shop called Bake. Located in Siargao Island, Bake is right by
Check out this new guide to Japan, perfect for Pinoy travelers!
In the last couple of years, Japan has become one of the Filipinos' favorite travel destinations. Its long history makes it a country steeped in tradition, while its ever-evolving culture keeps it fresh and exciting. But while exploring Shinsaibashi or taking
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Planning a trip to Bohol? Make sure you include Jardin Necitas in your itinerary! It's a glowing garden located in Pilar. For only P30, you'll be able to take photos in a field of multicolored, LED roses and tulips-but
The last thing you want is to come across as bastos, right?
1. Don't forget to follow the proper chopstick etiquette. Have you ever wondered why restaurants come with chopstick holders? It's because sticking your chopsticks in your bowl of rice and leaving them standing up is a huge no-no. The
A chocolate museum! A ball pit! Pet cafes!
When it comes to Davao City travel, there are destinations that are mainstays on the usual travel guides, like the Philippine Eagle Center, which is home to the mighty national bird; Malagos Garden Resort and Eden Nature Park, which boast nature's
They celebrated 15 years of friendship this January!
Real-life BFFs Angelica Panganiban and Glaiza de Castro are currently having the time of their lives as they take on their adventures in Bhutan. Need proof? Here's a look at Angelica's iMovie-made vacation video-it's making us
Who else is in the mood for ramen now?
Located in Baclaran-on the 4th floor of Victory Food market, to be exact-Yokocho is a Japanese-themed food court you'll never want to leave. Most of the dishes are affordable, never exceeding P350. Plus, they have beer, so grab
Chryseis Tan may be the daughter of one of the richest men in Malaysia, but she's more than just an heiress.
Though most people know Chryseis Tan as the daughter of the 20th richest man in Malaysia, she is more than just an heiress. Not only is she the CEO of Berjaya Times Square, she's also an investor in Goxip, a popular
We're making it easier for you to hoard your favorites!
If you're worried about running out of your favorite beauty finds from Japan, don't! We came up with this handy guide, so you'll know where to buy them in the Philippines. Ready to start shopping for backups? Read on!
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Whenever we hear of cherry blossoms, we immediately think of Japan (even if the ~official~ cherry blossom capital is actually Macon, Georgia in North America). But, every April, another gorgeous albeit less popular floral display happens at Hitsujiyama Park in the Fuji
The lovebirds flew to Japan's capital for a much-needed break.
Tokyo is one of those places where you won't mind not having an itinerary-you can aimlessly walk around and find so many things to see, do, and eat concentrated in just one area of the city. Every corner is also
Your next summer destinations aren't so far away!
Hop along with Louise Delos Reyes on her recent travels to four Southeast Asian countries in a span of a week! The actress' solo adventure might just convince you to do it, too.VIDEO: Jean Saturnino Follow Jacinda on Instagram. Follow Jean
Experience Asia to the fullest!
With summer here and another long holiday coming up soon, you're probably already planning a trip to your favorite Asian country. Here are some adventurous things you can try while you're on your family or solo vacay:Aside from shopping,
Hear from the first two Filipinos who got accepted into the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme.
The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme was created in 1987 to increase mutual understanding and cross-cultural awareness between Japan and other countries. Participants of the JET Programme serve as cultural ambassadors and Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs). They opened this program
Some call it 'white privilege.'
News network France 24 recently did a feature on a "beg-packers." Obviously, the term is a take on "backpackers."As France 24 explained: "'Beg-packers' is the word sometimes used to describe young Western tourists who play music or sell knick-
This is not a drill.
We've just found out Japan have the coolest festival ever, and it's all about penises. Kanamara Matsuri, which means "Festival of the Steel Phallus," is celebrated every year in Kawasaki, and sees thousands of people lining the streets to worship
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