A reading list for your next adventure recommended by travel bloggers.
Planning a trip to China? Well, lucky for you, everything is pretty easily accessible in China thanks to Taobao (the Amazon of China). However, there are still certain things that you might need during your trip that won’t be easy to find at a local store. Here’s a list of things to pack on your next trip to China.
Disneyland is a magical place for both children and grown-ups, and they don’t just call it magical for no reason. It’s where I spent hours riding Dumbo over and over again waving at my dad holding a camcorder the size of a stereo (in the 90’s). It’s where I went around collecting autographs of Disney princesses feeling like another princess myself. It’s where I shared a tea cup on Alice’s tea cup ride with my crush in high school.
Here is a list of my 15 tips for first time visitors.
During the new year, I took a quick and spontaneous trip to Seoul to spend some time with family. I noticed during this trip that Seoul has become a giant canvas with colorful and inspiring street art in random corners of the streets. Every bus commute around the city, I turned it into a game of finding different artwork as I peered out the window. One of the pieces that really stood out was a simple tongue that seemed to be all over Seoul. Lucky for me (and you), I was able to meet and interview this street artist, also known as Mr. Tongue.
Chained to two flimsy harnesses against the mountain wall while balancing on a 7-inch wooden plank 7,000 feet up in the mountains. What I just described to you is the accelerating experience of climbing “China’s most dangerous hiking trail”- Huashan (Mount Hua). Famous for its stunning sunrise/sunset and the challenging hike for adventure lovers, Huashan is a famous mountain and hiking course for both locals and tourists.