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Japan Might Cover Half the Cost of Your Trip to Encourage Your Next Visit

The country has allocated a budget of $12.5 billion to revive its tourism sector.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to shake the entire world, travel has been mandatorily put on pause. But as countries slowly reopen their cities and hold on to the hope of recovering, Japan is making a move in an effort to breathe new life
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So You're Planning on Traveling Abroad? Here's Why You Might Want to Reconsider

Traveling lets us experience life at large, but it might come with a price more expensive than airfare.
The new age of connectivity has made international travel easier than ever. For millennials, traveling means a myriad of things: from a quick city escape to a much-needed vacation. Whatever the reason is, people seek travel as a means to recharge, enjoy,
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7 Hotels Where You Can Best View Mt. Fuji

Planning to visit soon?
Mt. Fuji is the epitome of Japan’s natural beauty. Known for its perfect snow-capped cone, Fuji-san (as the locals call it) is the highest mountain in Japan. But if you think that it is all there is to Mt. Fuji, think again!
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Palawan Beats Seoul in the List of World's Most Instagrammable Places

Big 7 described Palawan island as "simply perfect."
Global travel site Big 7 Travel has just released its 2020 list of the World’s Most Instagrammable Places, and unsurprisingly, the Philippines’ Palawan bagged a spot on the coveted IG list. Palawan came in at 36th place, beating the likes of Milan
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8 Practical Tips to Know Before Visiting Hanoi

From scoring great accommodations to crossing the city’s infamous streets, here’s what you should know when traveling to Vietnam’s capital.
Hanoi, Vietnam’s capital, is a great city to visit for many reasons. It’s only three and a half hours away by plane, so it’s perfect for long weekend trips. The food is tasty and colorful, its rich flavors complemented by fresh herbs,
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Here's What You Can Do If You Have a Long Layover in Seoul

Make the most of your free time!
So you've got a long layover in Seoul—lucky you! But now you might be wondering what to do with your precious visa-free hours to roam around the city. (FYI, those who have connecting flights to a third country don't need a visa
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10 Must-Visit Spots for the Ultimate "Hotel Del Luna" Fan

Planning to go to South Korea soon?
We're not yet over the magical world of Hotel Del Luna! If you're also a huge fan who's planning to visit South Korea anytime soon, then you might want to add the filming locations of this top-rated K-drama to your itinerary. Below,
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10 Cool Things to Do on Jeju Island, South Korea

It's more than just nature.
As destinations go, it isn’t exactly top of mind. We’d go as far as to say that most people would probably picture nothing but rolling green hills and lush forests when you say its name, and yes, it has those in spades.
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These Are the Safest Countries to Visit for Solo Women Travelers

Are these destinations in your travel bucket list?
One thing that you probably always make budget for is traveling. It's a pretty good investment, after all. There's no price tag on a great experience. But while you may already consider yourself a plane-hopping jet-setting maverick, there's nothing wrong with being on the
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Here’s a First-Timer’s Guide to Cruises

For anyone who’s ever dreamed of going on a cruise but doesn’t know where to start.
I suppose you could call me a cruise virgin. All of my cruise knowledge I only know from movies and television—which isn’t much, really. Aside from the harrowing thought of being out at sea for two nights, I was looking forward to