Your Next Holiday Destination | Land of Cherry Blossom

I would like to start by asking about your next holiday destination. Far East? Europe? These two regions are most popular and most visited by Pakistanis. And even in these regions, for the lack of research and awareness, a couple of countries are still undiscovered by most for several reasons. So while acquiring the visa, saving a sufficient amount of money and making other arrangements is a task for this country, like we always have to for the passport that we carry, I’d say we put in a little effort and make this trip happen. Because it’s worth each penny, every second and ounce of energy you will be giving to it.

From modern urban cities to mountains, lakes, archaeological sites, islands and of course, cherry blossom, Japan has so much to offer to a tourist. While I haven’t yet visited the place, I am clearly dreaming (and researching) about it already.

If you’re as adventurous as I am and somebody who loves to explore, here are a few tips that you can follow to plan your trip to Japan. First and foremost, once you have made up your mind, book the air ticket (I mean, that’s how confident I always am about getting the visa). Once that’s out of the way, the next important task is booking your accommodation. While hotels are essentially a shelter for you to sleep, clean up and get ready before you head out again, it is still very important to pick the right one that suits your budget and itinerary. As little research goes a long way, I came across this jewel Fish & Tips on the internet. They have the most honest and, as they call it, ‘explicit reviews’ about hotels in Japan which are honest and detailed.


Basically like the ones that a good friend would give you.

So whether you’re looking for a budget trip or a luxurious one, Fish & Tips will help you find the right pick for you.

If you have been to Japan and have any tips regarding the hotels, things to do, places to see and food to eat; I would love to know them.

To read the hotel reviews, visit:
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