Jeju Island (South Korea)
Jeju Island, also known as the "Island of the Gods" is a popular holiday destination. The volcanic composition of the soil and the mild climate make it very similar to the islands of Hawaii. The island offers to visitors a wide range of activities, including hiking on Halla-san, the highest peak of South Korea, or to majestic waterfalls, riding, and swimming in light blue waters of beautiful sandy shores.
Fukuoka is situated on the northern shore of the island of Kyushu in Japan and is the economic center of the area, largely focused on the service sector. Fukuoka is a populous city, with diverse culture and offers incredible sights. A cosmopolitan, dynamic, modern city that has to show incredible growth in areas such as sports, market, food and culture.
Hong Kong, China
Visit the night market of Jordan street and savor seafood delicacies in Kwo Tong. Ride the funicular to reach the top of Victoria hill, about 554 meters high and admire the commanding view of Hong Kong. It's strongly suggested to have a walk in Nathan and Canton avenues at Kaouloun peninsula. Both avenues are a commercial paradise in Hong Kong. Countless shopping malls and branded stores are waiting for you to do your shopping .
Seoul (Incheon) (South Korea)
Seoul, located in the northwest of South Korea, is its capital and largest metropolis. Seoul is a modern, global city, with an infrastructure technologically advanced. Visiting Seoul, you have the opportunity to see many historical and cultural landmarks, museums, religious buildings and parks.
Kagoshima is the capital city of Kagoshima Prefecture at the southwestern tip of the island of Kyushu in Japan, and the largest city in the prefecture by some margin.Kagoshima is approximately 40 minutes from Kagoshima Airport, and the city features large shopping districts and malls, is served by trams, and has many restaurants featuring Satsuma Province regional cuisine.
The Japanese city of Nagasaki is built on a long narrow bay which forms a natural harbor on the Kyushu island. After 1571 the town grew rapidly and turned into a trade center and important port. Gradually, developed in a large base of Japanese Navy. Nagasaki is best known for the atomic bomb attack during the Second World War.
Tokyo is the capital of Japan. At over 12 million people in the official metropolitan area alone, Tokyo is the core of the most populated urban area in the world, Greater Tokyo (which has a population of 35 million people). This huge, wealthy and fascinating metropolis brings high-tech visions of the future side by side with glimpses of old Japan, and has something for everyone.
Osaka is one of the major cities of Japan and is located in Pearl River Gionto, the main island of Honshu. Osaka is currently the headquarters of many multinational companies and its market is one of the most important in the world. Osaka is known for Bunraku (traditional puppet theaters), Kabuki theaters and more recently for manzai (improvised comedy). The city is also rich in museums.
Busan (South Korea)
Busan is the second largest city in South Korea, an international trade port, which is famous for its seafood, beautiful, pristine beaches, craggy islets that are promising wonderful experiences to the adventurous travellers.