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    Shinagawa #17: Yatsuyama Bridge
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    Shinagawa #18: View of Shinagawa Church
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Asia Things to Do

  • Grand Palace

    Bangkok Things to Do

    The Grand Palace was built from the ruins of Ayutthaya, Thailand's ancient capital. With few resources they stripped every stone and brick from Ayutthaya, leaving only the temples, and shipped each one down the Chao Phraya river the hundred kilometers to Bangkok. The Grand Palace was vast - populated with thousands of staff and family members; they...

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  • Sentosa Island

    Singapore Things to Do

    Worst experience ever due to combination of broken attraction and staff who really do not like customers ruining their chill out time. We prebooked a birthday party with two lanes for a group of 8-9 year old kids. Wave machine booked for 11am, at 11am on the dot staff wonder up and fiddle with the machine - it's broken. Nobody bothers to mention...

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  • Petronas Twin Towers

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Kuala Lumpur Things to Do

    The Iconic Twin Towers which I used to See only on TV and Magazines BUT...............IN June 2014 I had the privilege to climb up the tallest Twin Towers in the World :) It was worth it and A dream come true. You gotta try it when you're in KL. The views were just awesome. It was one of the reasons for my visit to Malaysia..PETRONAS TWIN TOWERS...

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  • Ginza

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Things to Do

    At first I don't have the money to shop here. This is the luxury shopping district in Tokyo. We do not have a shopping district like this in Belgium, this is enormously place. This is a place for shopaholic where one can shop till they drop. Ginza is not only for shoppers, is also for visitors who has no money like us (laugh). Incredibly massive...

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  • Gyeongbokgung Palace

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Seoul Things to Do

    Among the Four Royal Palaces in Seoul, Gyeongbok Palace is the most popular for tourists and is the one included in a half day City Tour of Seoul if you have a really long layover from Incheon Airport if riding Asiana or Korean Airlines (these tours are complimentary). Gyeongbok Palace was the Main Palace of the Chosun dynasty until it got...

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  • Ben Thanh Market

    Ho Chi Minh City Things to Do

    The Cho Benh Thanh market is just beside our hotel , the Liberty Central.So everyday if we have free time , we would kill our time in here.We found this market interesting, as well as other markets in every countries we visited. This market is huge,hot,humid, with so many vendors and stores you can imagine, selling everything from clothing , foods,...

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  • Forbidden City - The Palace Museum

    Beijing Things to Do

    better to buy tickets in the North Side (Gate of Divine Might) facing the Jinghsan Park and Hill rather than in the Meridian Gate Sideat the south as there are less crowds and lines at the ticket booths here and you can start your trek here and walk up to the Mao Maosoleum in Tiananmen Square, about 3 kilometers of walking all in all. Opens: 8:30...

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  • Gateway of India

    4 out of 5 stars

    Mumbai Things to Do

    The view you have is very nice and there are a lot of Indian people around you too. You won't see a lot of foreigners so that's nice too. The scenery is the Port of Mumbai and the harbour that is located next to it

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  • Dudhsagar Waterfalls

    Goa Things to Do

    Dudhsagar Waterfalls, at 2,000 feet high, are the highest falls in India. Dudhsagar means "sea of milk" and the name comes from the white foam created from the force of the water as it drops. From the parking lot, it's about a 5-10 minute hike down to the falls. It can be a little rough for anyone with mobility problems. You'll pass through lush...

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  • Luneta - Rizal Park

    Manila Things to Do

    This is the equivalent of Central Park New York . The Philippines has somethiing to offer similar - what they call the Rizal Park (formerly Luneta Park ) located at the capital city of Manila . It is the countryy's most popular park. It is also historical that goes back as far as the Spanish colonization of the country in 1521. This park was named...

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  • Shahi Qila (Lahore Fort)

    Lahore Things to Do

    The Shish Mahal (Palace of Mirrors) was built for the empress and her court and installed with screens to conceal them from prying eyes. It was constructed by Asif Khan the then governor of Lahore for Emperor Shah Jehan in 1631-32. Embellished with mirror work, stucco tracery, gilding and pietra dura and fretwork in marble, the palace consists of a...

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  • Penang Hill (Bukit Bendera)

    Penang Things to Do

    There's a cable car to take you up Penang hill. I went on the first dry Saturday in a few weeks, after a very wet week, during the school holiday, just after Christmas, at about 11am. I therefore ended up queuing for nearly 2 hours (and 30 mins on the way back). Was it worth it? Probably not quite. I did enjoy the views, the temples and some of the...

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  • Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Things to Do

    Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is the most important site in Hanoi for all loyal Vietnamese people. Ho Chi Minh, the nation's hero, is laid out there (against his will, by the way - he wanted to be cremated after his death!). Be prepared to see hundreds of people waiting to get a short glimpse of his body. Uncle Ho is presented there for 9 months - the...

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  • Phi Phi Islands

    4 out of 5 stars

    Phuket Things to Do

    We traveld with HongTae Tours from Patong Beach. They picked us up at the hotell at least 40 minutes late, and we left with the boat also to late... The boat trip itself, was not good! To many people on the boat, its a long trip and you dont see anything unless you sit in front of the boat. Of course there are differetn boats, but most of them...

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  • Gion (Geisha District)

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Kyoto Things to Do

    In the evening we had a quick stroll through the Gion area of the city. It was pretty with its wooden buildings and lamps. However, I do not feel we really did the area justice as we were exhausted, hungry and cold by the time we got here. Gion is Kyoto's most famous geisha district. It is located around Shijo Avenue between Yasaka Shrine in the...

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  • Mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam

    4 out of 5 stars

    Karachi Things to Do

    Quaid-e-Azam`s Mausoleum is a prominent and impressive landmark of Karachi. Designed by Architect Yahya Merchant, this white marble Mausoleum with its curved arches and copper grills was completed in 1970. Its cool interior reflects the green of a four-tiered crystal chandelier gifted by the peoples Republic of China. There is a large park...

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  • Red Fort

    4 out of 5 stars

    Delhi Things to Do

    One of the principal sites of Delhi and visited by thousands is the Red Fort or Lal Quila. Magnificent 30 odd metre sandstone walls, by their colour give the name. Built from 1638 by the Mughal emperors on the transfer of the capital from Agra to what became Shahjahanabad, it took 9 years to complete. At one time there were 14 gates into the fort...

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  • The Karen Long Neck Hilltribe Settlement

    Chiang Mai Things to Do

    I came here, wherever it was, as part of a long-necked tribe daytrip I did from Chiang Mai. We arrived after visiting an orchid farm and riding elephant at the Chok Chai Elephant Camp but things just seemed to be very touristy with lots of souvenir stalls selling tribal arts and crafts and jewellery items. The girls here come from several different...

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  • Daman-e-Koh

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Islamabad Things to Do

    Its a spot in the hills around Islamabad. The whole city can be viewed from here. Even Rawal Dam Lake can be viewed from here. It is a good, health air picnic spot. Government has developed the garden here. Now this location is well mentained. From the parking lot small golf course cars take you to the gallery where you can take a view of the...

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  • Ko Larn - Coral Island

    Pattaya Things to Do

    If you are staying in Pattaya, it is well worth spending a day enjoying the beaches of Koh Larn. Situated to the west of Pattaya, Koh Larn is accessible by a 15 minute speedboat ride or by using the public ferry. The ferry costs 30 baht each way and the journey lasts around 50 minutes. To get either the public ferry or a speedboat go down to...

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  • Island Hopping

    Boracay Island Things to Do

    I consider Allan Fun Tours as the most affordable Island Hopping tour in Boracay. We went there last July 2013 and for only P700 plus P20 for the snorkelling gears, we had an amazing tour with drink/eat-all-you-can lunch buffet. We want to try the Crystal Cove Cave so we paid an extra of P200 per person. I love the cave and the view outside the...

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  • Royal Palace

    4 out of 5 stars

    Phnom Penh Things to Do

    Its a must place in Phnom Penh. You can enter the Palace and enjoy the history, art and Royal life. It can be reached from anywhere of Phnom Penh within 15-20 miinutes by tuk tuk. Its rather crowded and please allow good time to visit various corners and gardens of the Palace. Its also a best place to demonstrate your photo skills. You may need at...

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  • Thai Massage

    Hat Yai Things to Do

    This trip to Hat Yai, I have my massage in the hotel, The Hansa JB Hotel. Some major hotels like Lee Garden Plaza Hotel and Sakura Hotel run their Thai Massage Services for house guests and walk-in guests. The 90 minutes service is price from 240 baht - 350 baht. Foot massage service are more common, there are along the street, the service charge...

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  • Old Batavia - Kota

    Jakarta Things to Do

    try coming here to see the old age of jakarta , youll see how this city in the colonial era Kota Tua is where the Dutch immigrants settled and established their seat of government. Buildings showcasing Dutch architecture still stand around the Fatahillah square, most of which function as museums. It is also around this area where you can find Cafe...

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  • Waterfalls

    Ko Samui Things to Do

    Located inside the Tropical Garden (a very affordable 50baht per person), the waterfall and surrounding tropical forest itself is gorgeous. However, when you pay your entry fee to the garden they practically force onto each tourist a "free bottle of water" as a thank you for their payment. Whilst good intentioned, this leads to many thoughtless...

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  • Osaka Castle

    Osaka Things to Do

    Osaka Castle has a wonderful observation deck on the 8th floor (which might be the fifth floor above the entrance level. Since the tower is built on a high hill, and the surrounding area is mostly park with no tall buildings, the tower feels even taller, actually 50 meters above the city. Nearby the tower are the castle grounds, now mostly park,...

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  • Taipei 101

    4 out of 5 stars

    Taipei Things to Do

    We visited Taipei 101 building in a weekday evening. It was rather quiet with less crowd not only outside the building but also inside during our visit. Taipei 101 is the tallest architectural building in Taiwan. It ranks 5th tallest building in the world in 2014 after Burj Khalifa in Dubai, Shanghai Tower in Shanghai, Makkah Royal Clock Tower...

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  • St. Paul's Church Ruins

    Melaka Things to Do

    I can't really add anything to the excellent history people have already provided, so instead I'll offer a few tips: It's a short climb to the church, but it's exposed and very hot - the steps also look like they might be treacherous if there were to be a downpour while you were at the top. There's a lad selling cold drinks just before the final...

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  • Amber Fort

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Jaipur Things to Do

    We had a guide for the city and our first stop was Amber (pronounced Amer) fort. A steep ramp led to the entrance, at which point you could walk up or take an elephant ride up. There is some controversy about the treatment of those elephants so we walked up to the fort. The fort was built in 1592 by Raja Man Singh I. It was built in white marble...

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  • Nanjing Lu

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Shanghai Things to Do

    the famous shopping place of shanghai since the 18th century and now host a large number of both local and international luxe brands. Nanjing Lu is a 5.5 kilometer long area of stores, stalls and restos and is the main Shopping and Commercial Center of Shanghai. It is divided into Nanjing Road East and West and the eastern end it starts from the...

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  • Parks and Gardens

    Hyderabad Things to Do

    Ramoji film city is a kind of a massive park of various film sets...Its just awesome (but only when u go there for the first time)...If you are a bollywood fan u'll notice here the sets that u see in many movies...There isnt much to do but the sets are beautifull...and so are some of the parks... Also they have a theatre in there...it is a train...

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  • Manukan Island

    Kota Kinabalu Things to Do

    Manukan island is one of the 5 islands which make up the Tunku Abdul Rahman national marine park (along with Mamutik, Gaya, Sapi and Sulug). Between 10 and 3, you're spoilt for choice of boats leaving from Jesselton Point pier, and you should be able to negotiate a price of RM20-5 per person including terminal fee. The boat ride takes about 20...

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  • Durbar Square

    4 out of 5 stars

    Kathmandu Things to Do

    Trailokya Mohan Narayan Temple is easily identified as a temple of Vishnu (Narayan) by the fine Garuda kneeling before it with his hands in the namaste position.The small three-storied Temple, built in 1680 by Prithvi Bendra Malla, is the oldest temple in the group adjacent to the south-west corner of the palace. Although badly damaged in the 1934...

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  • Sarawak River Cruise

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Kuching Things to Do

    The Sarawak River Cruise goes for 1.5 hours and cost RM60 each, we could have booked a cheaper tour but we liked the look of this big boat. There is unlimited free drinks of orange juice and plates of delicious layer cake and you can also purchase alcohol from the bar. The cruise was a bit late leaving and we thought it must be tourists who were...

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  • Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque

    Johor Bahru Things to Do

    Johor's state mosque is possibly its finest building - a gleaming white blend of Victorian English and Islamic architecture that overlooks the straits to Singapore. It sits atop a small hill allowing you to catch a wisp of a breeze as you admire the building and the view. You are free to wander the grounds, and you should definitely head around the...

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  • Island Hopping

    Cebu City Things to Do

    As you are in Cebu, dont forget to make a day trip to Olango Island, in which as first u have to reach Mactan Lapu Lapu w the jeepneys and / or Vhires departing next to the SM Shopping Mall ... From "Angasil Pier" or in front of the "Hilton Hotel Pier" the boats are departing in about every 30 mins in which u can reach Olango Island in 20 mins....

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  • Tam Awan Village

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Baguio Things to Do

    I would have wanted to experience a night or 2 in one of the native dwelling houses. i really thought it would be fun but due to limited time, my friend and I just explore the village. The tribal dance performed by young Igorots is amazing. You can also visit the village's souvenir shop and try donning assortment of native costumes for a token...

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  • 4 Island Tour

    Krabi Things to Do

    We went for a tour by Green Planet which cost us 600baht/person by long tail boat (a bit pricey because some paid for 300-400baht, depending on how/where you book the tour) The tour includes to Tup Island, Phra Nang Cave, Chicken Island and Poda Island where we can swim, snorkeling, sunbathing, exploring and photography. The first stop was Tup...

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  • Lalbagh Botanical Garden

    4 out of 5 stars

    Bangalore Things to Do

    Great place to spend a couple of hours. Beautiful garden with many nice spots to rest. Don't miss the monkeys. If you have done a morning tour, you can have lunch in the MTR restaurant just across the road from the main entrance.

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  • Six Banyan Temple

    4 out of 5 stars

    Guangzhou Things to Do

    Liu Rong Si is a cool little temple that is definitely visit-worthy. The immediate block surrounding the temple is full of stores selling Buddhist regalia and incense, and has a laid-back vibe to it. Entrance is cheap and if you want to take part in the Buddhist tradition, you can grab free incense near the entrance and burn some sticks for...

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  • Loboc River Cruise

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Bohol Things to Do

    The food is not really great. I only ate it because I was really hungry. Well if food isn't great, the view is. Mangroves and clear waters are what you gonna see. By the end of the cruise, you will go to this place where children are in ati-atihan costume. Take pictures and give them some money in return. You also get to be entertained with a...

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  • Picnic Grove

    Tagaytay Things to Do

    Picnic Grove is very nice park where most families spend their time. When we strolled around I found this cottages are in the right place for viewing Taal Volcano. Many people coming here for picnic, as what this place called. The cottages are really nice with concrete bench. They are in different size and so as the rent price. The cottage is...

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  • Lake Saif-ul-Maluk

    Naran Things to Do

    A trip to Kaghan Valley is incomplete without a visit to legendary Lake Saiful Maluk. The lake is named after prince Saif-ul-Maluk who fell in love here with a fairy from the mountains. It is 9 km away from Naran. Situated at a height of 10,500 feet from sea level. Take a Jeep from Naran. It takes almost an hour from Naran to Saif-ul-Maluk. Do...

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  • Shwedagon Paya

    Rangoon Things to Do

    As Rudyard Kipling the famous English author and poet described a long time ago, Burma (now called Myanmar) is a "Land like no other," the Shwedagon pagoda in the former capital of Yangon is truly an architectural wonder like no other temple. Built 2,500 years ago on a hill, it is the country's most sacred and revered place of worship. The hill...

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  • Day Trip

    Colombo Things to Do

    A place specially designed for people to get a knowledge of Sri Lankan cultural living. It also offers food and drinks that are used for festive seasons in Sri Lanka. A must see place for anyone interested in Sri Lankan culture

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