Seoul is a huge city with many things to do. It’s certainly an impressive city, with towering skyscrapers, modern architecture and lots of shopping possibilities. In this guide, we’re going to share with you tips to exploring Seoul, the best specific areas, activities you can do, and hopefully, it can help you to plan your daily itinerary in Seoul.
Every fall, sightseers flock to Korea’s beautiful rural destinations to enjoy the fiery colors of autumn. It’s time to immerse yourself in a sea of red, orange, and yellow leaves. Fall or autumn is indeed one of our favorite seasons with the colorful leaves that warm our souls. In this post, we are going to show you some of the best places to visit and enjoy fall foliage in Seoul during the autumn season. Hopefully, it can help you plan your itinerary for Autumn holiday.
There are a lot of amazing things about Seoul, but for food lovers, it’s the never-ending amount of delicious food that makes Seoul such an exciting city. With an abundance of food options, Seoul offers everything from small traditional street food stands serving basic rice and vegetable dishes to up-market restaurants with comprehensive menus.
When you think of traveling to South Korea, Nami Island always on the top of the list of places that must be visited. Nami Island is one of the best places to visit if you want to see the gorgeous and beautiful autumn foliage. This is our most favorite place and the most memorable moment during our #FoodInLoveKOREA trip last autumn. In this post, we’ll be providing you with details on what you can do and how to get to Nami Island from Seoul.
Street food is one of the most enjoyable things, especially for those who love to eat and travel. People may purchase street food for a number of reasons such as to get flavourful food for a reasonable price in a sociable setting, to experience ethnic cuisines, or for nostalgia. If you’re usually enjoying street food sold by a hawker, or vendor, in a street or market, now you can experience and taste the global street food with more cozy ambiance!
In the midst of the many contemporary things, the classic and the legend has always had its own place. Some of you may be familiar with the name of Tan Goei, especially for those who live in Semarang. Tan Goei is an old restaurant that first opened in 1950 in Semarang and then opened their branch in Jakarta in 1960 at Jalan Besuki, Menteng.
N Seoul Tower or commonly known as the Namsan Tower or Seoul Tower is a landmark of Seoul and it’s the very place to enjoy the entire city of Seoul! With the top of the tower is at almost 480m above sea level, including Namsan Mountain (243m) and the tower’s own height (236.7m), making it one of the tallest towers in Seoul.
The mango craze was officially infecting many big cities, especially Jakarta. Almost in every mall in Jakarta, you’ll find the outlet/vendor who sells mango desserts there. For those who are in South Jakarta, now you can try the hyped mango juice from Waiway, a new addition to the mango dessert list in Kota Kasablanka, South Jakarta.
If you looking a proper meal for supper in Kota / Mangga Dua area, Nasi Uduk Ibu Sum is the only answer! Opening at 10 PM every night except on Saturday nights when it’s closed, Nasi Uduk Ibu Sum is always swamped with hungry customers. As one of legendary and most famous Indonesian street food, Nasi Uduk Ibu Sum offers nasi uduk Betawi (steamed rice cooked in coconut milk) with an array of dishes to choose from to go along with the rice.
Who doesn’t love Es Teler? A fruit cocktail with avocado, coconut meat, cincau, jackfruit and other fruits is the most popular Indonesian desserts and has become Indonesian favorite for a long time. Served with coconut milk, sweetened condensed milk, syrup, and sugar, Es Teler such a perfect sweet treat yet with too many calories.
Autumn will come really soon and it’s time to continue our Korea Travel Series! There’s a lot of beautiful places in Seoul especially in Autumn, and one of them what we’ve visited in our #FoodInLoveKOREA trip is Namsangol Hanok Village.
There are abundant opportunities for creativity in Japanese cooking. There is great joy in tasting something for the first time and a concentration of skills in producing an original dish or garnish. As one of the Japanese fusion dishes, creativity is welcome when comes to making omurice!
Join the mango craze!!! As you can see in the last few weeks, the mango craze was really hyped in Jakarta. Started by King Mango Thai at Neo Soho that we still haven’t a chance to try it because the queue is crazy, which you may need to queue for 2 freaking hours, but fortunately, last weekend we’ve tried similar mango dessert from Mango Mango at Lippo Mall Puri, West Jakarta.