Tag: Culture

Travel to Korea with the Family: 5-Day Train Itinerary

Seoul 63 Aquarium

Nothing brings family together quite like a good vacation. But planning a trip abroad can be tricky: timing vacation leaves with school breaks, budgeting for multiple heads, arranging transportation…the list goes on! Not every place is family-friendly, but South Korea is definitely worth visiting. The country is full of stunning natural attractions, fun and zany

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Temple Hopping in Kyoto: The Ancient Capital of Japan

With its raked pebble gardens, tranquil ponds, and somber temples and shrines, Kyoto is the antithesis of futuristic Tokyo. Travel through time as you explore the ancient capital. Take the KKday Kyoto Temple Tour and be ready to leave your shoes at the doorstep, light an incense stick and pray for good fortune. Fushimi-Inari Taisha

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This October, Head to Busan for Korea’s Best Annual Festivals!

This October, hop on a train to Busan and take part in some of Korea’s most anticipated festivals! We’ve got fireworks, films, and a lot of K-Pop stars, so read on as KKday tells you what’s up with Busan this month. Busan International Fireworks Festival Date: October 28, 2017 Place: Gwangalli Beach, Gwangan Bridge 219,

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10 World Heritage Sites to Check Out in Japan

When UNESCO declares a particular place a ‘World Heritage Site,’ you know it’s incredibly important to the local community and holds a lot of historical and cultural importance. Japan is one country scattered with incredible sites that will reawaken the history geek in you! 1. Mount Fuji “Mount Fuji” formally became a world heritage site

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