Hongdae is another must visit place in Seoul after Myeongdong. Hongdae is located right in front of Hongik University in the Mapo district of Seoul. This is one of the favourite hot spots for college students and also tourists who love shopping and fashion. Hongdae is quite similar to Harajuku in Tokyo and Bugis in Singapore. The area caters for young crowd and fashion trend setters. Continue reading [KOREA TRAVELS] Why Hongdae Is a Must Visit Place in Seoul?
During my recent trip to Seoul, I went exploring Garosu-Gil and fall in love with this place. Garosu-Gil is an area in Sinsa-dong,Gangnam-gu,Seoul. This area is known for its galleries, restaurants, bars,cafes, boutiques and art design bookshops. This hipster street has so much inspiration from architecture to fashion and many more. Continue reading [KOREA TRAVELS] 5 Reasons Why You Must Visit Garosu-Gil When You Are In Seoul
My last visit to Seoul was 4 years ago and their tax refunds system has changed since then. So I decided to share my latest experience on how to claim tax refunds at Incheon International Airport. Hope you guys will find it useful when you travel to Seoul! Continue reading [KOREA TRAVEL TIPS] How to Claim Tax Refunds At Incheon International Airport | Seoul
Yes! Fugu (pufferfish or blowfish) and this time I get to try it in Tokyo, Japan. My first experience was at Fugu Fine Fugu Kaiseki Restaurant in Singapore. Torafugu Tei is a chain of restaurant specializes in fugu dishes in Japan. We were attracted to the restaurant because of the live puffer fish tank displayed. And finally we decided to go for it on the last night in Tokyo (if I remembered correctly). Continue reading [JAPAN EATS] TORAFUGU TEI TOKYO- PUFFERFISH DINING EXPERIENCE
It was a wonderful foodie trip to Tokyo, Japan last December. We were there for a week with no pre-planned itinerary. We did have lotsa fun exploring the places. One of my favourite food places is Gyukatsu from Gyukatsu Motomura. This is highly recommended Japanese food to eat in Tokyo. Continue reading [JAPAN EATS] ASAKUSA GYUKATSU – 5 WAYS TO ENJOY THE BEEF CUTLET IN TOKYO