North Korean government is trying to attract international
tourists with many attractive programs amid sanctions that have not yet been
According to South Korea’s Yonhap news agency, DPRKorea Tour, a website promoting Korea tourism, announced a tour to explore the Changbai or Baekdu Mountain on July 19. The highest mountain in the North Korean peninsula is also the sacred mountain of the North Korean people.
The program lasts for two days from 30 to 31 July including
sightseeing tours in the mountains and some other big cities. According to this
page, visitors also have the opportunity to enjoy the famous gymnastics
performance at the stadium in the capital of Pyongyang.
However, visitors will not be able to buy a tour by flying
directly to Korea. The DPRKorea Tour page indicates who is interested in
getting information through a travel agency based in China. Yonhap commented
that this shows that North Korea is targeting more Chinese tourists than other
Earlier, also on the DPRKorea Tour site, North Korea also
announced a tour package that allows visitors to take part in a marathon event
in Pyongyang in September along with an exercise performance in the country’s
North Korea’s DPRK Today page also announced that the country will launch a tourism program to Mount Kumgang later this month. The program will start from the end of July to the end of November, during which a 4-day Kumgang Mountain tour includes activities such as hiking, fishing and spa services.
Despite the period when Korea restricts foreign visitors, Pyongyang is doing many ways to attract foreign visitors back to the country while international sanctions have not been lifted yet. South Korea’s trade and investment promotion agency said North Korea’s trade had dropped by nearly 50% in 2018 over the previous year due to the impact of the UN Security Council’s sanctions.
A bustling city with lovely people, special cuisine and vibrant nightlife, Bangkok attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world every year. Despite its reputation as a noisy capital of Thailand, Bangkok still offers lots of fun activities for all ages, from large shopping centers, romantic dinner yachts to shows ladyboy comedy-music-dance performances and night clubs. We together gathered favorite activities to do when in Bangkok at night so you can have a perfect evening here!
Visit the night market: Patpong One of Bangkok’s best night markets, Patpong Night Market is known for its vibrant, intense atmosphere and a wide range of items such as tourist souvenirs, t-shirts, pirated DVDs, fake fashion accessories. signs and other crafts. Small stalls selling traditional Thai dishes, delicious snacks and desserts, as well as many large international branded fast food outlets such as McDonald’s and Burger King. The original price was calculated by the seller in a “challenging way” so don’t be afraid to pay the price very much. One thing to remember, this market is located in Bangkok’s red light district, with clubs and bars lining up many streets, so pay attention to where you want to go.
Enjoy dinner on high: Baiyoke Sky Restaurant Located in the most beautiful hotel in the city, Baiyoke Sky Restaurant gives you an excellent dining experience with impeccable service and sweeping views of Bangkok. Immerse yourself in the charming décor of the restaurant and enjoy delicious dishes such as seafood, Thai dishes, pasta noodles, cheese, famous Beijing roasted duck, chocolate tower and dishes Other sweet is prepared by many “best” chefs in Bangkok. After a dinner, take the elevator up to the Observatory and the automatic observation point for 360-degree city views from the hotel’s 84th floor.
Experience shopping culture in the night mall: Asiatique The Riverfront Area Located on the banks of the famous Chao Phraya River, Asiatique is a huge night market and shopping mall with over 1500 shops and 40 restaurants under one roof. The market is conveniently designed and organized with four main categories, with an enclosed free map of shops and restaurants that make it easy to find your way in this huge shopping area. Lots of charming shops and a variety of Thai fashion brands as well as shops selling “chestnut” products are not too expensive, and luxurious dining options of Italian and Thai restaurants and seafood, you will definitely find what you like. Asiatique also has the famous Calypso Cabaret performance, one of the best ladyboy (transgender or prosthetic) programs in Bangkok. With the glamorous and glamorous dance performances of the best “ladyboys” and the real-life screenings of Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley, this is a hard-to-miss performance in Bangkok. Discover many things to do at the Asiatique shopping area then stroll the night along the promenade to admire the magnificent Chao Phraya River!
What is trekking? Trekking is a field trip that participants (called trekkers) will have hiking or trekking for many days. Their journey mainly goes through the roads with many different types of terrain to reach the remote areas located far away from the center.
The travel in areas with rugged terrain, directly affected by the weather and nature with only feet so this type of tourism is risky. Therefore, trekkers must be well prepared, have good health and must equip themselves with basic survival skills to be able to have a successful trip.
What is a hiking? Hiking is a type of adventure tourism that is risky. Understanding simple hiking means hiking. Participants in hiking will have to move by their own feet through the available trails or clear asphalt roads rather than moving in areas that are not well defined terrain.
Although the terrain of the hiking is not as difficult as trekking, but the hiker also suffer from the direct impact of weather and climate; must carry personal belongings and move in areas far from residential areas. Therefore, those who participate in hiking must have careful preparation and equip themselves with survival skills is essential.
The difference between Trekking and Hiking Trekking and Hiking are both field trips and are understood to be simply hiking, so many people confuse these two concepts. However, in essence, trekking and hiking have many fundamental differences. Specifically:
The trekking path is rated more dangerous than hiking roads. Because, trekking is done on locations with diverse terrain such as desert, rocky mountains, forests, …, you even have to locate and explore new roads. Meanwhile, hiking will be done on trails and asphalt roads available.
The intensity of trekking activity is higher than hiking. Because when you are trekking, you may encounter complex terrain, which requires more skill, experience and movement. Hiking has to move a lot but compared to trekking, this move is at a simpler level.
In terms of preparation, the items needed in the backpack of hiker and trekker are relatively similar, including items such as backpacks, water holders, sleeping bags (cases for many days), medical utensils, … However, because they have to operate at a higher intensity, the items they carry when trekking need high strength and in addition to personal belongings, they also need to bring many specialized utensils to use in some necessary cases.
Trekking and hiking are both useful picnic activities that bring you many interesting experiences. Differentiating trekking and hiking helps you understand more about these forms of travel. Hopefully you will have interesting experiences after the exciting trekking and hiking trips in the future.
What could be more beautiful than the clear, blue and cool
summer sea. Summer tourism is to the sea and must participate in sports
associated with the sea. These extreme games will make your tour explode with
emotion and joy without any limits.
In sports when traveling to the sea, kayaking can be said to be at the lightest level. However, do not mistake it because kayaking is not easy at all. If you don’t know how to handle it, you won’t be able to control it and the boat will keep going further and further away.
With the calm sea, it is fine, but if there is a little
wave, you might be confused and much more afraid because the kayak is quite
light and makes you feel uncertain. Kayaking requires calm, patience and little
skill and rowing techniques. Thus, you will easily handle the situation and
there will be fun kayaking moments with your friends on this summer tour.
2. MOTORBIKE SURFING
It is very easy to find motorbikes on the water in sea
resorts. Driving a motorcycle with friends through high waves will bring you an
extremely interesting summer trip.
Talking about complexity, driving a motorcycle is much
harder than kayaking. Before joining this game, you will have to sign a safety
statement for both people and vehicles. You will be taught how to control and a
few skills before starting a motorbike tour in the sea and comfortably shouting
among the vast waves of waves.
This is one of the most exciting adventure sports and helps you explode the most energy when traveling in the summer. Before starting to play, you will be very careful with the protection belts, life jackets, and skills instruction. After that, the cano will pull you up to about 70-100m and start “flying”.
Venice Island is the destination of love. It has ancient and romantic architectural works such as St. Marco’s square or Doges Palace. The city’s impressive means of transport are a unique wooden boat that crept in green canals.
Canal Grande is Venice’s most prominent symbol with beautiful riverside views with magnificent palaces and palaces. This river is one of the best places to experience in Venice. It is also one of the most popular places to experience the city at night as well as beautiful at sunset or boat trip on the river.
This is one of Venice’s most
famous symbols, which is built across the Grand Canal in 1588. The two sides of
the bridge are two crowded streets of the city. Rialto is one of the most
popular tourist attractions for travelers when traveling to Italy.
One of the most famous places in Venice, Doge’s Palace is a magnificent, magnificent palace, located on the banks of the Grand Canal. The palace is a government headquarters with Gothic architecture and decor.
St Mark’s Basilica
St Mark’s Basilica is one of the
most beautiful churches in Venice. The splendid decorated church with golden
murals and Renaissance paintings and beautiful dome.
Piazza San Marco
Piazza San Marco is the busiest
public square and one of the popular tourist attractions, located in front of
St. Mark’s Basilica and Doge’s Palace. This is the area of government buildings
and other offices located in Venice.
This is one of the most
prestigious and famous art galleries in Venice, which is known for its Venice
gallery. The paintings are displayed from the Middle Ages.
Teatro La Fenice
Teatro La Fenice is a Venice Opera
House and many famous Italian artists have performed here. La Fenice held a
famous Opera performance by famous composers such as Rossini, Bellini,
Donizetti and Verdi.
The theater used to be burnt but
always rebuilt, refurbished like the original architecture. Without a doubt,
Teatro La Fenice is one of Venice’s most popular tourist attractions.
Santiago de Chile is also known as Santiago, the city was founded in the 14th century by the Spanish and has now become the capital of Chile. Traveling in Santiago, you are not only overwhelmed by the bustle of a modern city but also surprised by the “ruins” works of the colonial days. Santiago is also a political, cultural and economic center of Chile’s financial importance.
Santiago is one of the really interesting cities, the more you learn, the more Santiago tourists discover new things in it. Vibrant cafes and dance clubs adorn Bellavista, the art collection of the pre-Columbo diverse Forest Park to contemporary and architecture that experiences colors from the 16th-century San Francisco Church until the office towers reflect light. Shop with locals at Panora Mico Shopping Center and enjoy a memorable meal with hearty Chilean food.
La Moneda Inaugurated in 1805, this magnificent splendor was originally used as the Royal Chile Mint before becoming the official presidential palace and later the government headquarters. This is one of the historical monuments that Santiago tourists must visit when they come here!
When you have the opportunity to travel here, tourists will have the opportunity to see the front of the palace is extremely luxurious and elegant. The main construction is perfect symmetry between windows and columns. Inside, Santiago tourists also witnessed the presidential office with performances of the marching band.
2. Plaza de Armas Square Santiago tourism, it would be a great regret if you missed Armas Square, a very special charm right in the middle of the beautiful capital. Plaza de Armas Square in Santiago is known as the heart, the soul because it is the center of this beautiful city.
3. Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino, also known as the National Historical Museum. More than 5000 art-related works across Chile’s length of historical development are displayed here, including metals, textiles, ceramics, bones and skin.
4. Cerro Santa Lucia If you feel too noisy and rushed by a modern, depressed lifestyle, look to Cerro Santa Lucia. On the eastern edge of downtown Santiago is Cerro Santa Lucía (Santa Lucia Hill). Enjoy the fresh air, admire the impressive collections of art and architecture, buy art and crafts at craft markets, which Santiago travelers should do.
5. Concha y Toro wine production area Have you ever tried to enjoy the Chilean red wine brand G7? If not, go to the Concha y Toro wine producing region and enjoy them. With a picturesque setting, Santiago tourists don’t forget to push the chest full of breaths and scent the scent of grape on the trellis and look out over Maipo Valley.
Japan, where the four seasons Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter are favored by the mother of nature for the beauty of “charming marine painting”. Also Japan, where the young, enthusiastic and energetic people always try their best for their careers. But it is also there, people still hear about an aging country and there are countless colors of old people thrown away from the flow of life coldly emotionless. Is it really so scary?
Japan, the land of the rising sun, the destination of the whole world. Some people also praised Japan as follows: “Japan and the rest of the world.”
That gray array depicts Japan’s national society as a huge lonely crowd. In that crowd, the elderly people were knocked out of the flow of life coldly without emotion. In fact, is Japan “scary” as we have been told?
Chu du from the capital – the busiest city in the sunrise country is Tokyo, until the remaining busy cities such as Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka … we easily recognize one thing, Japanese people from old age Every child is independent, no one is bothered by anyone, no one is paying attention, but if you need help, one can help each other wholeheartedly and thoroughly. Helping each other out, whoever comes to work, the young person has the job of the young, the elderly have the job of the elderly. Absolutely, no one stepped on anyone, no one stepped slower than anyone.
Going through supermarkets – shops – star hotels in big cities mentioned above, you will often meet the elderly Japanese people with limbs fast, vivacious, resourceful, quick and enthusiastic. service you in a very effective way: arrange, introduce, take care, clean up … Even in the cashier counters, old Japanese people are also the majority. Coins of all sizes and sizes, large sheets of paper notes, and denominations made a young person like me reel and flinch. However, in front of me, people who are 3 to 4 times older than young people, quick hands and sharp eyes make me lighten my bags by adding and subtracting contributions – picking up small pieces of paper coins so The most convenient science. Before I knew what was going on, my hand was held back with the spotless exact charge bill.
2.Kyoto Certainly, Kyoto is the most crowded place in Japan. The whole city is like a national festival every day. Not only Japan gathered in the ancient capital, but the whole world also happily lined up to be immersed in the pure and pure Kyoto. From Tokyo or Nagoya or Osaka, you can come to Kyoto in many ways: extremely convenient buses, extremely fast shinkaisen trains. Stepping down to Kyoto station, people were overwhelmed by many tourist lines intertwined with each other. Right at Kyoto station, there are many young people who are fluent in English voluntarily doing the job of introducing guests to the city bus routes. Kyoto old people also do not sit still. They had their own tables, prepared the printed map sheets with the introduction of interesting destinations, proactively waved to guests, and enthusiastically guided guests. Even when the language is disagreeable, in the hands of these seniors, there is the added protection that the machine is extremely advanced and accurate.
3. Countryside After a time of eager check-in in every big city, the people who are shifting are aware of one thing: the countryside is really the place to keep almost the spirit-soul of the land. -human. From Nagoya, I sat in a bus for nearly 3 hours on the high mountains of Hida, where there is a specialty of the delicious beef hida mountain, and stay in Takayama town.
Arriving, I was startled. Never have I been to any place. Many old people like that. Apparently, this small town is a huge nursing home.
Turns out, Takayama also had young people. However, young people who are attracted to big cities, should move Takayama to Tokyo and Osaka to enjoy life that is both flashy and flashy.
In Takayama, all old people, what will they do?
Japan’s Takayama is not gray. In front of each house, the elderly are all looking after the plants and flowers blooming. Looking at the town for a while, I was excited to realize, it turns out, the old Takayama elderly people made a great and hospitable travel together. Old people cook sake. Stir-fried elderly people, marinated in tea manually and then sell tea to sell cream matcha green tea. Old people draw postcards for sale. Old people make traditional souvenirs from extremely beautiful wood and sell them. Elderly people make junk food, the traditional fruit cakes taste very delicious and then sell them.
Couples always want to enjoy romantic moments in their own
world. Therefore, hotels and resorts for lovers are born. Here is a list of the
15 most romantic hotels in the world that couples should not miss.
CAVAS WINE LODGE,
Cavas Wine Lodge is a romantic hotel located in the heart of the Mendoza wine region, Argentina. Coming here, visitors will experience the picnic in the center of Mendoza wine region and the system of rooms facing the West – the Andes. All make perfect space for couples who are looking for private space for both. After a day of cycling or horse riding around the vineyard, you can enjoy the relaxation with professional services at Spa as a therapy with wine or massage.
Located in the forest of the Russian river valley, Farmhouse
Inn is a romantic complex with a creamy and private yellow house system that
surrounds the farm with chic Barnyard style. Farmhouse Inn consists of 25
separate spa rooms, in which each room has a large fireplace, the bath uses
organic soap as a haven for paradise lovers; with friendly staff, ready to
assist visitors when needed. In addition, when she came here, she and he could
register to participate in wine cellar tours if either loved this drink or
enjoyed a romantic candlelight dinner at famous restaurants nearby.
CASTELLO DI CASOLE
The buildings in the classical architecture with vineyards, olive trees and centuries-old gardens have created luxury resorts Timbers, Italy. Castello di Casole covers an area of more than 1,700 hectares, built in the 10th century. Here, couples can walk together from wooden houses to forests, grasslands or join classes Cooking using local food. If you don’t want to go far away, you and your partner can try rejuvenating spa treatments, perfect massage services or take a dip in the medieval pool. In addition, you are intending to propose marriage to her, ask the hotel staff lightly, they can introduce you to the famous jewelers in the area.
If you are a lover of marine species, then surely you cannot
ignore the list of the largest and most beautiful aquariums in the world.
Located in Valencia, Spain, L’Oceanografic Aquarium can accommodate up to 42 million liters of water. This aquarium not only displays typical marine species such as sharks, dolphins or stingrays, but also displays a variety of other organisms including mammals, birds, reptiles, and invertebrates. living. The entire aquarium is divided into 10 areas displaying ten different types of marine ecosystems such as temperate, tropical, and polar ecosystems. The aquarium also has a mangrove swamp with over 80 different plant species. L’Oceanografic’s unique architecture is designed by Félix Candela, a talented architect.
Aquarium in Genoa,
With a capacity of more than 4 million liters of water, the
Aquarium of Genoa is Italy’s largest aquarium and also the largest aquarium in
Europe. In Genoa, you can discover the characteristic creature of the Ligurian
Sea in the North Atlantic and the coral reefs of the Caribbean. In addition to
the attractiveness of marine creatures, the aquarium of Genoa also attracts
tourists by its unique architecture. Built in 1992, Genoa Aquarium has so far
attracted more than 1.2 million visitors a year.
Western Australia Aquarium is located in Perth, Western Australia. Coming to this aquarium, you will discover the rich and diverse marine ecosystem of Australia as well as the beautiful marine species. The Western Australia Aquarium is also the world’s longest undersea glass tunnel. Walking along this tunnel, you will see sea creatures like turtles, colorful fish swimming around. In addition, Western Australia Aquarium also offers two extremely attractive services: watching whales outside the natural environment and swimming with sharks in the largest swimming pool in the aquarium.
The Monterey Bay has a total of over 100 fish breaks and
accommodates more than 5.6 million liters of water and it welcomes more than 2
million visitors a year. Monterey Bay showcases thousands of typical marine
flora and fauna species of the Gulf of California, USA such as kelp, jellyfish,
stingrays, seahorses and sea fish. This is one of the few aquariums in the
world that exhibits moon fish, bluefin and yellowfin tuna.
Mount Fuji – the highest mountain and also the proud symbol of Japan. With perfect shape and symmetry, this is also a popular destination that attracts many visitors every year. Most of them come to climb the mountain and participate in the festival at the foot of the mountain held only in July 2 and 8 every year.
Not only is the favorite place for those who love climbing, Mount Fuji also possesses breathtakingly beautiful scenery, the challenge of all photographers here to record the most beautiful photos. Whether it is a warm or winter spring in cold weather, the beauty remains intact, only the individual nuances from time to time create the irresistible charm of this sacred mountain.
Spring pink is filled with flowers and flowers Traveling in Japan in the spring, you will admire the view of Mount Fuji, which is full of colorful cherry blossoms and warm scenery that creates a harmonious picture of color, making people feel at home. Peaceful to strange. Also from April to May every year, the Hoa Chi Anh festival will be held at Fujikawaguchilo, Yamanashi district. At this time, the pink fields covered with brilliantly colored flowers will add to the breathtaking part of the beautiful scenery of Mount Fuji standing behind.
There are such bright golden summers This is the time of the blooming sunflowers fields around the foot of the mountain, you will admire the most colorful, vivid flowers like waving to people to enjoy the charming mountain landscape. This is it. If you want to catch the full view of sunflowers and Mount Fuji, you should visit the flower park on Lake Yamanaka in Yamanashi.
Compensated in autumn red leaves In the autumn, the scenery around Mount Fuji is covered with bright red wings by trees that have changed leaves. This is also the season that attracts the most tourists when annually, Mount Fuji is only open within 2 months for people and international visitors to visit or conquer the mountain. The maple leaves are gradually changing, flooding every corner, covering the landscape of the mountain. The white of the snow on the top of the mountain adds to the bright red color of the maple leaves, which captures the artistic souls of people when they come here.
Snow white winter on Mount Fuji So what about winter? If you travel to Japan at this time, it seems that the surrounding space is also deposited to harmonize with its cold climate. Tuyet also quickly took over the entire mountain, from the top to the top of the mountain, creating a picture of a white mist. For those who prefer to be quiet, find their own heavenly space, winter is the most appropriate season, you can come here, watching the whole view of Mount Fuji covered in pure white snow and record the most magical moments of the surroundings.
The place to receive the earliest dawn on Earth When the first sun of the sun flashed on top of Mount Fuji every morning, the sky would be dyed red, this scene was called Akafuji or Red Fuji. Considered a good omen is a new day, the Akafuji phenomenon is often portrayed through a poem or image typical of this country. Depending on the time and the weather, you can see this amazing phenomenon from many areas, East Shizuoka Prefecture or Oshino Hakkai (a stream of Mount Fuji) or at Lake Yamanaka in the morning. early.
The phenomenon of “Diamond Fuji” is amazing Every year around the end of December (Eastern solstice), there will be a magical moment when the sun is rising and the summit of Mount Fuji meets, strangely coincident that Japanese people know as present. Diamond Fuji statue. The bright aura of the sun is like a sparkling diamond on the top of a mountain, attracting photographers from all over to hunt this wonderful moment.