Hong Kong with its plethora of activities is just the right spot to visit if you want a fun holiday. From something for the kids to romantic gourmet dinners, there is something for everyone. You need to start planning early and figure out exactly which activities you’d like to focus on before you set out. Once you are done, it is always advisable to book tickets in advance so that you can have a hassle free trip. This article aims at helping you with more knowledge about the various different kinds of activities that you can do in Hong Kong.
With its warm, tropical climate and friendly people, the Philippines is gaining a reputation as a must-see destination in Southeast Asia.
While most travelers have been to the capital Manila and experienced its bustling streets and great cuisine, few of them have ventured out to experience the country’s beautiful tropical islands – and there are more than 7,000 of them to choose from.
Here are five of our favorite islands in the Philippines that you’ve probably never heard of, and should definitely visit.
The greatest megalopolises, the most famous showplaces, the brightest cities of the biggest countries… Aren’t they the places you’ve ever dreamed about? We all desire to travel and visit as many terrific sites as we can. When it comes to deciding where to go, we chose the most popular destinations: Paris, Barcelona, Los Angeles, Berlin, Beijing, Jerusalem and other big cities. These capitals are definitely worth seeing for every person on a planet.
Hong Kong’s reputation for being a bustling city can be daunting for those traveling with kids. Attempting to hold your child’s hand or push a stroller through a crowded narrow road is already quite stressful, but here are some places that are kids friendly and fun for the whole family!
I was enjoying lying on the bow of the large outrigger boat coming from Pasacao Port in Camarines Sur to our destination of San Pascual in Burias Island, Masbate. I wanted to enjoy the fresh sea air and not be bounded inside the tarp-covered windows of the shaded boat seats behind me. The splash from the ride didn’t reach the bow that much so I enjoyed the sea view and conversation with the local guide in the area. Suddenly there was a rustle of activity that led me to see what was happening. We were approaching Burias Island already and just in time when the afternoon light came in, spreading its golden hue over the high cliffs bounding the bay where the municipality of San Pascual is nestled in.