If we’re talking about Bangkok, surely what comes to mind is delicious food and shopping. Yes, those two are the Bangkok’s main attraction for tourist. But do you know if Bangkok also has a historical and culturally diverse area to explore?
With so many wonderful destinations and unique experiences, it is no surprise Thailand is a very popular destination in South East Asia. Thailand, “The land of smiles” has many attractions to offer for tourist from all around the world. Delicious street food, tropical islands, luxury modern shopping centers, historical site, countless Buddhist temples to name a few.
Sawasdee! First of all, the biggest apology for the one-week hiatus! If you follow our Instagram, you would know if we had just gone to Bangkok a few days ago. We’re invited by Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Jakarta to join Mega Fam Trip and attending inauguration procession for officially opening “Amazing Thailand Tourism Year 2018”.
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.
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.
Located north of Gwanghwamun Square, Gyeongbokgung Palace is one of the most iconic sights in all of Korea thanks to its long and storied history. Gyeongbokgung was the main royal palace of the Joseon dynasty. Gyeongbokgung (경복궁), which means “palace greatly blessed by Heaven,” was built in the heart of Seoul surrounded by Mount Bugaksan and Mount Namsan.
Besides food and shopping scene, local culture is also an interesting attraction in Seoul. Surrounded by Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, and Jongmyo Shrine, Bukchon Hanok Village (북촌한옥마을) is home to hundreds of Hanok or Korean traditional houses, that date back to the Joseon Dynasty. During our #FooInLoveKOREA trip, we visited Bukchon Hanok Village after strolling around Gyeongbokgung Palace and have a lunch at Tosokchon Samgyetang.