It’s been weeks since I arrived from Japan and memories are still fresh and longs to go back there the soonest.. Japan is indeed #JaFun, there are still a lot to explore and reason to go back..
For those who are planning to go to Japan, I’ll share our 9-day itinerary in Japan (Tokyo-Osaka-Kyoto)
You will notice that towards the end of the trip we did not packed our itinerary let’s say we just go with the flow of what we want to do. 🙂 🙂 🙂
Expense for the whole trip is still around the estimated budget. It’s not the most conservative amount of budget and there are other ways to lower your expense. Since this is my first Japan Trip, I’d like to experience as much as I can, like the bullet train which pretty much has been a big chunk on our budget, and the personal items that I bought which is of course depends on how much you want to spend on the pasalubong and kawaii stuff. I got so excited that I actually lost count on my spending.. hahaha!!! 😀 😀 😀
There are still more places to see and explore, I still got reasons to go back to this country. 🙂 🙂 🙂
I’ll share my travel expense during my 8-days trip to South Korea. Food and transportation can be expensive, but if you can find a way to lessen your expense, that would be great. There are pros and cons when it comes to your expenses in traveling to Seoul in particular, like for food, I find their food quite expensive, for a street foods you have to at least shell out 2,000 to 5,000 (80 to 100 pesos) and for a regular meal, it would cost you around 8,000 to 10,000 won per head that’s like 300 – 400 pesos in Philippine money. But in terms of tourist spots and shopping there are a lot of discount coupon that you can use, you just have to check for promos in KTO and VKTO site, that’s where I got my discount coupon for the theme park and other tourist spots.
I also got to save 1 night stay at Gstay Residence, when I joined one of their sponsored contest for Facebook (lucky me!). hehehe! 🙂 🙂 🙂
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Annyeong Chingus! Just got back from our unexpected super cold vacation from Korea. I’m excited to share and document my trip for future reference and memories of course. ^____^v Before anything else I’ll share first our supposedly itinerary but unfortunately we didn’t cover all the places we intended to visit. (sad 😦 anyways there’s always a next time.)
I did include the weather forecast a week before, but due to climate change, oh well the weather is lower than we expected. The places with the “RED MARKS” are tentative places and can be transferred to some other day or to our free time. We did have three guesthouses that we’ll be staying which I think is beneficial since it’s near to our planned itinerary. Tamang trip lang din, hahahha! So enough of that, here’s our exact itinerary during our trip, it’s is not exactly on our planned schedule, but still near from what we had planned.
On our actual itinerary we didn’t cover the two other Palace due to time constraint, Gyeongbokgung is such a big palace, 3 hours won’t be enough. We almost spend much time to shopping areas 🙂 🙂 and check out gifts to bring back home. So much to see but it seems time is so fast when you have fun. Our biggest challenge is time and the long walks we have to endure just to be on one place at a time. We have definitely enjoy our walks. TT_____TT
I have prepared an itinerary for my trip to HongKong and I made sure that I have options incase, my first option didn’t work I have a back-up plan. I’m also weighing my options which is best approach and which option where I can save time, money and be able to see as much places with careful planning. By the way I’ll be embarking in Hong Kong and cross and disembark Macau. I know I would save a lot of money if I’m not going to spend a night in Macau, but I don’t want to distress myself in bringing my luggage to places.
So whatever you plan to do, just enjoy the moment and the places. 🙂 🙂 🙂
Here is our actual itinerary for Malaysia which is limited to Kuala Lumpur only. Why? Due to limited time and we don’t have interest on the other tourist spots in Malacca and Johor Bahru, but still hoping to visit other parts of Malaysia (someday 😀 ). So here are the places that we explored in Kuala Lumpur, no pressure and just full experience of what Kuala Lumpur has to offer. 🙂 🙂 🙂
We made sure that we don’t commit the same mistake that we did on our last trip. Everything went smooth and according to our plan. The whole trip is “as always” tiring but I have gain new memories and experience that I will keep for a lifetime. Til my next trip 😀 😀 😀
Below is the breakdown of our expense for the 4-day stay in Malaysia we were lucky that our hotel accommodation is sponsored by a friend. We stayed at Grand Hyatt Hotel for 3-days/2 nights with breakfast and access to the hotel facilities (how lucky is that! 😀 😀 :D). Our Malaysia trip wasn’t on my itinerary of the countries to visit this year, but since we got a FREE accommodation, we took the opportunity to visit Malaysia, we just make sure that we don’t overboard with our budget. Our expense doesn’t include the airfare ticket.
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Hi there, just got back from my trip to my first ever travel, SINGAPORE! Honestly, Singapore is the least country on my list that I want to go to. Although this is a fine country, they also say that traveling here is not cheap as you think. Months back I wasn’t even excited that I’d be finally be traveling outside the country, I’m not even excited to make plans on where to stay and what to see, Singapore has a lot to offer to tourist, the locale and diverse culture that has already blended on the lifestyle of Singapore, but you can still be assured that its a safe country to travel. Below is the last minute itinerary that I made, but also last minute everything has been totally changed. Whew! I can say I survived Singapore!
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