Also known as “The scramble”, is located in Shibuya, one of Tokyo Japan special spots. Shibuya Crossing! Yeeey! I finally crossed the busiest intersection in the world. It is like a nonstop and a giant beating heart, where sending people in all directions, it’s like you see ants crossed on the streets in every pulsing light change. Well, ” Welcome to Tokyo!”. Hundreds of people, probably thousands at peak times.– cross at a time, coming from all directions. I tell you, once the traffic light turns red, hundreds of people cross, in each direction. Mind you, however, while everything’s look so busy and rowdy, you won’t see chaos in it. So many people cross this junction, it’s simply because its one of the Tokyo’s busiest commercial and business areas. So many sights to see, sounds to hear and music to taste.Click here to read more. . .
Hong Kong is a busy and a bustling city full of spectacular high rises, growing economy, an integration of cultures and well developed tourist attractions. It is known as the world’s most popular tourist destination and Asia’s most popular and best shopping destination.
If you are planning to have a trip out of the country, of course HONG KONG is always on our list. Who wouldn’t be fall in love with the beauty of Hong Kong? Having a good weather, great places to visit, exciting adventures, endless mouthwatering foods and specialties, nightlife for party lovers and of course an exceptional experiences that Hong Kong can give and many more.
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Cebu is a province of the Philippines, in the country’s Central Visayas region, comprising Cebu Island and 150-plus smaller surrounding islands and islets. Its prosperous port capital, Cebu City, retains landmarks from its 16th-century Spanish colonial past, including the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño church and triangular Fort San Pedro. It’s also a gateway to the region’s renowned dive sites and beach resorts. Cebu has a rich history that’s well documented in several good little museums.Click here to Read more . . .