Month: January 2010

Perspectives on HK : Featuring Garret M Clarke

Perspectives on HK : Featuring Garret M Clarke

Garret Clarke, a talented young photographer I’ve had the pleasure of shortly studying with at Taiwan, has recently visited Hong… Read More

10 years ago
HK Serviced Apartments – Short-term Family/Luxury/Suites Accommodation

HK Serviced Apartments – Short-term Family/Luxury/Suites Accommodation

Looking for a serviced apartment short-term option in Hong Kong? I was too. My family was looking into the option… Read More

10 years ago
English Style Afternoon Tea @ HK’s Peninsula Hotel

English Style Afternoon Tea @ HK’s Peninsula Hotel

Care for some English style tea at British colonial Hong Kong? Head down over to The Peninsula hotel at Tsim… Read More

10 years ago
Tokyo trip summary & 6 days recommended itinerary

Tokyo trip summary & 6 days recommended itinerary

Tokyo’s a terrific city, well worth a few days of exploration. To sum up my trip to Japan, following is… Read More

10 years ago
Tokyo accommodation – cheap affordable hotel budget stays

Tokyo accommodation – cheap affordable hotel budget stays

Tokyo can get expensive, very expensive, especially for accommodation, but if you do your research and plan ahead you don’t… Read More

10 years ago
Central Tokyo – Imperial Palace & Yasukuni Shrine

Central Tokyo – Imperial Palace & Yasukuni Shrine

The imperial palace in central Tokyo is really beautiful. Atleast, that’s what I heard. Only the gardens were open since… Read More

10 years ago
Tokyo’s Tsukijishijo World’s Biggest Fish Market

Tokyo’s Tsukijishijo World’s Biggest Fish Market

I’m not sure why, but the Tsukiji Fish Market (Tsukijishijo) is considered one of Tokyo’s prime attractions. The myth built… Read More

10 years ago

LaQua Spa Onsen @ Tokyo Dome

The Japanese are famous for their hotsprings obsession and so Tokyo’s full of public bathes (sentos), big and small, private… Read More

10 years ago
Ueno, Tokyo – Museums, parks, shrines, & street markets

Ueno, Tokyo – Museums, parks, shrines, & street markets

Ueno (上野) is one of my favorite areas in Tokyo. Just next to the Ueno station is the Ueno Park… Read More

10 years ago
A Taste of Old Tokyo – Shrines & Cemeteries @ Nishi Nippori

A Taste of Old Tokyo – Shrines & Cemeteries @ Nishi Nippori

Tokyo’s Nishi Nippori is a lovely area a bit off the main tourist track that offers a more traditional laid-back… Read More

10 years ago
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