Thailand has been one of the most attractive tourist destinations for Europeans in south-east Asia. Just like Bali, Thailand is a beautiful blend between white beaches and centuries-old temples. Leisure or culture, relax or enter a spiritual journey - the choice is yours! We present to you five of the most interesting places to visit when doing an internship in Thailand.
The superficy of China is hard to fathom for a European. Stretching from Vladivostok to Islamabad, the country is home to a wide range of cultures, languages and landscapes. In the north, a warm and dry desert covers most of the territory. In the south-east, the highest mountains in the world close the border with India. In the east, the warm waters of the chinese sea carry the busiest maritime trade area in the world. With so many different sceneries, which one should you visit first? We propose a list of the five most diverse landscapes to see when doing an internship in China.
We already have done a similar list for Indonesia. Now it is time for us to present five of the most beautiful places to visit in Japan. Pretty hard task: Japan has been a fascinating country for centuries. Every single city seems unique and worth seeing.
Indonesia is a fabulous country located between south-east Asia and Australia. With its 17000 islands - most of which are not even named - the diversity of appealing places is tremendous. If you spent only one day on each island, you would have seen every one of them in about 47 years! This is why we chose to select only a few of the most iconic/worth seeing places to visit when doing an internship in Indonesia:
It’s that time of the year again when many people around Japan excite about the bloom of Sakura or Cherry Blossom. The appearance of Cherry Blossom marks the beginning of spring in Japan. The locals usually welcome the bloom of sakura by doing hanami or Cherry Blossom viewing. It’s not a secret that hanami culture doesn’t only attract Japanese but also people around the globe. Aware of the popularity, the locals even make a forecast pinpointing exactly when and where the flowers are expected to bloom.
“Why do I need this Chinese New Year guide,” you say?
Trivial fact, Chinese New Year or “Spring Festival” is celebrated by more than 20% of the world. It becomes the most important festival and holiday in China and to Chinese people all over.
This year, Chinese New Year falls on Tuesday, February 5, 2019, beginning a year of the Pig. The holiday is a two week festival filled with reunions among family and friends, an abundance of delicious food and wishes for a new year filled with prosperity, joy and good fortune.
Though you’re currently not in China, there’s a possibility you would still feel the atmosphere and euphoria of Chinese New Year in your place. So why don’t you learn this Chinese New Year guide to help you understand better about this celebration?
Rainy season in Indonesia has begun since last October 2018. According to Head of the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG), while rainy season in indonesia is forecast to begin differently in several regions in the country, the peak of the rainy season is forecast to begin in January-February 2019.
But don’t let the rain put you off. Though we’re in the peak of rainy season in Indonesia, it doesn’t mean all day drizzle or constant rains. Most of the time it’s dry in the mornings with a quick downpour in the afternoon that lasts for an hour or so. Then, as quickly as the rain came, the sun is back out and it’s dry again in no time.
Winter in Tokyo has its own charms which become one of the city's best-kept secrets. From traditional Japanese New Year’s celebrations and illuminations, to onsen (hot-spring) and holiday shopping, Tokyo has a winter activity for just about anyone! Find out what 5 ways to enjoy your stay during winter in Tokyo!
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We are near the end of 2018!
Be sure to plan for prime parties and the best viewing areas for fireworks. Some venues charge admission, and tickets sometimes sell out months ahead.
So let the countdown begin. Here are great places where you can travel for a New Year Eve you'll never forget:
The dramatic skyline in Hong Kong provides a sight visitors never forget, and New Year's Eve fireworks just up the ante. The fireworks that illuminate stunning Victoria Harbour are set to music.
December is, of course, the season to be merry. You can definitely count on Christmast event in Hong Kong because Hong Kong's history as a British colony means the city celebrates the festive season.
As Christmas just around the corner, the lights, decorations, and smells of the season are permeating every corner of the land. Expect a huge Christmas tree in the center of town at Statue Square, carolers, and a Santa’s grotto. Shopping malls also get in on the act with Christmas decorations and promotions leading up to the big day. Most of the skyscrapers on the harbor will also have Christmas lights draped across them.
Now, take your pen and calendear, and mark the dates for these 5 fun Christmas event in Hong Kong this December!