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1. The Shanghai Entry and Exit Administration Bureau
The new Shanghai Entry and Exit Administration Bureau is at No. 1500 Minsheng Road. Use the Entry and Exit Administration Bureau for passports, visas and resident permits (cards) when in Shanghai, China.
2. Raja Ampat Islands - The Paradise in Papua
Raja Ampat is an ultimate destination for divers who are looking for a fabulous and exotic experience of its exciting underwater beauty. Located at the tip of the Bird’s Head Peninsula in Papua Island, the region is very famous for its world class diving and snorkeling.
3. Japanese Festivals - Sanja Matsuri (Day 2)
Day 2 of the Sanja Matsuri is the grand parade of 100 Mikoshi (portable shrines).
4. Singapore Travel Tips
Singapore is the most expensive country in Southeast Asia but you can still explore the country on the cheap way. Here are some travelling tips you can do.
5. Ubud - Village of Arts in Bali
Ubud is a charming and unspoiled countryside in Bali where you can experience spiritual beauty in the landscape, culture and arts.
6. Exploring Yogyakarta, the Javanese High culture
Yogyakarta has more than any other of Java’s towns. It offers the presence of an ancient Javanese high culture that can still be seen, felt and heard.
7. 5 Things to Know in Traveling in Southeast Asia
Travelling in Southeast Asia has been one of the top tourists’ destinations for its fantastic landscape, culturally rich countries, delicious food and comparatively inexpensive travel destination.
8. Penang, The Cool Spot in Malaysia
Penang, Malaysia is a place of melting pot where many identities – Malay, Chinese, Indian, British colonial and tourists mix together into a beautiful knot.
9. Japanese Festivals - Omisoka - New Year's Eve
Omisoka is New Year´s Eve in Japan. Prepare to celebrate Omisoka while in Japan. Learn the Japanese festival (matsuri) traditions.
10. How to wear a Mawashi
Simple rikishi (Sumo wrestler) mawashi (black cotton belt) instructions for the novice. Use this easy and learn how to wrap the traditional Sumo wrestler's clothing.
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