In 2016, Japan welcomed a record-breaking 24 million foreign tourists and with the arrival of both the Rugby World Cup and the Olympics in the coming years, these numbers are expected to climb. Here is a guide to the most popular tourist attractions and places to visit in Japan upon landing on the islands of Japan.
Are you tired of reading the same articles online about ‘best places to go for a romantic weekend’ or ’50 reasons why having a cat and an Amazon Firestick is better than a boyfriend’? As an avid solo traveller I thought I’d give you recommendations of the best holiday destinations for singles.
With buzzing cities, charming rural villages, engaging history and delicious cuisine, South East Asia has a host of holiday options to offer travellers and back packers who are looking for something special. Travel with us to the ancient Kingdoms of Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, Bali and Malaysia and you can be guaranteed to experience a journey of a lifetime. You’ll find all kinds of activities listed below, including climbing iconic bridges, learning about indigenous culture, tasting the exquisite food of South East Asia, and getting up close to local wildlife.
It’s January – time to start scrounging every little bit of holidays and semester breaks to make the most of your holidays. Here at StudentUniverse we’ve got you covered with a list of underrated travel destinations so you can brag to your friends that you went there first. So pack your bags and get ready to explore the four corners of the world.
You may have already made travel plans, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t any room for spontaneity. Sometimes you may find that you really connect with a group of people or a person in particular, and you end up veering off the beaten track to explore otherworldly and whimsical places. This is the beauty of travelling!
So, with this in mind, and with my vast knowledge of travelling wisdom (and the fact my friends travel for a living) here are some of the lesser-known but best places to visit in Winter.
As soon as the gloomy autumn rolls in, I start dreaming about flickering Christmas lights, the intoxicating smell of mulled wine and gingerbread and the occasional sight of wooden cabins filled with colourful hand-made goods. Come December, and you can experience this comforting holiday atmosphere in cities across Europe.