Odenza Reviews Seoul, South Korea

Located in South Korea, Seoul is a beautiful and vibrant city that is bound to leave a long-lasting impression on travelers on the hunt for a unique and memorable adventure.  With a population of 9.76 million, it is one of the fastest-growing cities up to date and as such, there is always something interesting and exciting to do in the city. From Palaces to animal cafes, Seoul has plenty to offer to different types of tourists.  One of the great things about traveling around South Korea is that there is no such thing as an area that is impossible to get to as transit is easily accessible and there is also a bullet train available.

While in Seoul, roaming around Insadong on a nice afternoon is a must and has many unique craft cafes that are bound to be memorable. Visiting Gyeongbokgung palace and Hanok village are also must-see top attractions that will give travelers some insight into Korea’s rich history. Home to the third-largest city park, Seoul Forest is a quaint and beautiful escape for those wanting a short escape from the bustling city.  In terms of nightlife, tourists will not be disappointed as they can head down to Hongdae or Gangnam which are known to have various fun lounges that are open 24/7. 

 

 

Odenza Reviews Bangkok, Thailand

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Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is a big city among the world’s top tourist destinations. Known for it’s beautifully ornate shrines and energetic street life.

There are a great variety of tourist places in Bangkok, mostly historical attractions and temples with elaborate architecture and art.

If you only visit one major historical tourist attraction in Bangkok, it should be The Grand Palace. The royal complex lives up to its name, with remarkable structures that would outshine some of the most decadent modern monarchs. It’s also the home of Wat Phra Kaeo, which houses the Jade Buddha.

Odenza Reviews Takamatsu, Japan

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The floating port city of Takamatsu sings a vibrant, many-part harmony – esteemed castle grounds that host fashionable craft fairs, the small town/big city energy of a prefectural capital. There are numerous sightseeing attractions including spots from which you can enjoy the beautiful landscape of the Seto Inland Sea like Yashima and Goshikidai, places where you can appreciate the stunning nature during all four seasons like Ritsurin Garden, and spots connected to history like Tamamo Park (Ruins of Takamatsu Castle), and Shikoku Mura Village. You can also can take a ferry ride from Takamatsu to remote Ogijima and Megijima, where modern art festivals are held. It’s urban Japan at its most lovely and free of pretension.

Hopefully this review of Takamatsu, Japan will inspire you to take a trip soon!

Kawachi Fuji Garden, Japan

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Kawachi Fuji Gardens in Kitakyushu, Japan is where you will find this pastel-colored floral tunnel.

The gardens are famous for the spectacularly presented, large numbers of wisteria flowers. The garden’s most prominent features are two, roughly 100 meter long tunnels made of wisteria trees of differing varieties and colors, ranging from white to dark purple. There is also a collection of large wisteria trees that together form an enormous roof of drooping flowers. A viewpoint at the top of the hillside garden allows for nice views over the sea of wisteria flowers and the surrounding valley which is also know for its bamboo groves.

Magome, Kiso Valley, Japan

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Magome (馬籠) is a beautifully restored post town in the Kiso Valley.  This area exists as a living museum of the Edo Period. A perfect destination for peaceful exploration.