A Japanese man has invented an edible alternative to plastic bags in a bid to protect the sacred deer freely roaming Nara Park in Nara, Japan.
Death from garbage: Hidetoshi Matsukawa, a souvenir wholesale agent at Nara-ism, was alarmed to learn last year that deer in the popular tourist destination died due to plastic bag ingestion, CNN reports.
A man from Chongqing, China has amassed millions of likes on Chinese social media for posting videos of himself across the country with his cat companion.
Xiaojie is inseparable from his 1-year-old cat, Duoduo. He wanted to show his companion how big the world is and to share some experiences, the owner told South China Morning Post.
Foreigners planning to travel to Cambodia must now pay at least $3,000 before entering the country for “virus prevention services.”
What you need to know: The U.S. Embassy in Cambodia announced the mandatory deposit — either by credit card or cash — on June 11 to cover the traveler’s medical expenses, which includes testing for COVID-19 and quarantine services bills.
Vietnam has opened its second glass bridge, offering the public an awe-inspiring view of O Quy Ho Mountain Pass and the fabled Hoang Lien Son range.
Situated on top of the mountain pass in northern Lai Chau province, the 60-meter-long, five-meter-wide glass bridge stretches 600 meters above ground and some 2,200 meters above sea level.
Most of us who grew up watching or reading “Naruto” have once dreamt of becoming a “Hokage,” much like the ninja protagonist of the popular manga/anime franchise.
But while the chances of becoming the strongest shinobi in the entire Hidden Leaf Village may be highly far-fetched, a slice of that dream can now be realized by visiting a newly-opened theme park in Japan.
A hotel chain in Japan is offering a unique, comfortable accommodation experience that is “anti-luxurious, anti-cheap.”
The idea is to provide travelers a basic yet stylish home-away-from-home in Tokyo, according to Soranews24.
We could all use a relaxing getaway these days. Work is hard, so is school and the constant repetition of mundane chores. If you’re a millennial, there’s also a 99.9% chance you’re one meltdown away from being burned out.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, you might be thinking of the perfect, romantic vacation. Or if you’re broke like I am, you might be interested in looking through lavish resorts you can’t afford during your annual Valentine’s Day Netflix marathon.
Cathay Pacific Airways has made another human error in some of their first-class tickets and offered one-tenth of the price for its flight from Portugal to Hong Kong.
The mishap occurred on Sunday when the airline sold a one-way first-class ticket on partner carriers from Lisbon to London, Zurich or Frankfurt with connecting Cathay Pacific flights to Hong Kong as the airline reportedly has no direct flights to Portugal, according to South China Morning Post.
Those who are planning to travel to Japan might need to save up a little change before leaving the country as the government officially implemented a departure tax earlier this week.
The new law, which is being dubbed as “Sayonara Tax,” was put into effect on Monday, January 7, according to Yahoo News. Visitors in Japan will now have to pay 1,000 yen ($9) when they leave the country.
There is a new Terracotta Warriors-themed hotel in Xi’an and it features numerous replica sculptures depicting the famed armies of China’s first Emperor Qin Shi Huang.
The Ice and Snow World, a frozen theme park in Harbin, Heilongjiang, reopened for trial operation on Sunday.
Covering an expanse of 600,000 square meters (60 hectares), the theme park took 15 days to build using 110,000 cubic meters (3.8 million cubic feet) of ice and 120,000 cubic meters (4.2 million cubic feet) of snow, Xinhua reported.