Osaka gets a bad press that you would do well to ignore. With possibly the best public transportation system in the world and some of the country’s most friendly and easygoing people, Osaka is a fantastic place to live or visit for a vacation. It is overwhelmingly safe – even in the supposedly dodgy areas – and incredibly convenient. You can be in Kobe, Kyoto or Nara in less than an hour, without having to worry about traffic or parking, and return to the bright lights of the Kansai capital for a bewildering array of dinner choices.
Sunday, February 6, 2011
Sunday, January 30, 2011
India is majorly an agriculture based country and a major section of its people live in villages. A village is a collection of small huts. In the mid of fields in which the farmers work. Some villages are big while other are comparatively smaller. They are generally cut off from the cities and have a different kind of lifestyle.
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
It was then when I start thinking, “How is it like living in the other countries?” (The program was in UK), “I wonder how is it, if I was born in that country?”, “How different is it from my kind of living now?” and a lot more… Those are just the few that started in my early years of living
It is wise to learn about the weather before you set off for any country around the world. Whether you are planning for pleasure or commission, the first you would do is to research about the condition of the weather. For those who have allergic to weather, you might need to prepare yourself by taking some medicine for the sake of prevention. And knowing the weather beforehand will help you able to prepare what are essential kits to bring with you.
Pakistan, an ironical hellhole, as painted by the media, is a unique place to visit along with all its idiosyncrasies.
Pakistan encapsulates great variety, from hidden bazaars in the narrow streets of Rawalpindi to Mughal architecture of Lahore that rivals the Taj Mahal of Agra. Pakistan is a microcosm of the whole world where you can find places ranging from highest ever mountains like K-2 to plains and deserts. Pakistan's landscape is as fractured and unsettled as its history.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
From Singapore, many airlines fly to Malaysia's airports, particularly to cities like Kuala Lumpur (the capital of Malaysia) and to the state of Penang. Flights to smaller cities like Ipoh are more restricted and is only served by one airline, Fireflyz. For trips to East Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak), flying is the only option. For more details, please refer to the airlines' respective websites: Airasia, Jetstar, Tiger Airways, Malaysia Airlines (MAS), Singapore Airlines (SIA).
For the budget airlines, if you wish to obtain a cheap fare, it is wise to book earlier, especially if you know the exact dates which you are traveling. Airasia in particular has great promotions at certain times of the year!
Another alternative: Bus
From Singapore, you can take public buses which will bring you across the Malaysian border to the state of Johor. These buses can be taken from bus stops at the Kranji MRT station. More details can be obtained from the Lonely Planet link included below.
The city of Kota Kinabalu on the Island of Borneo is situated in the Malaysian state of Sabah. It is a modern city that has everything you need for a truly unique holiday experience.
Kota Kinabalu has a vast range of cultures, with over 30 different ethic groups gracing the cities streets. The city has it all; for the beach lover, paradise beaches and fantastic coral reef diving. For the adventurer; mount kinabalu and primary rainforest. For everyone; the famous Orangutan sanctuary and enough museums, nightlife and restaurants to keep you fed and watered.