City Guides

Cities have existed for almost as long as humans have, and the best city breaks provide a pleasing look at a wide array of humanity and culture. Though natural beauty can and does coexist with people in urban spaces, you likely aren’t going to New York City just to see Central Park. Culture is center stage here and in cities across the world, offering up food, art, theater, dance, music, architecture, literary heritage, history, as well as a lot of other people. Living + Nomads’s writers and editors have explored cities across the world, looking for new experiences and reaffirming old, seeking out the best values and ultimate luxuries, the most moving artworks and the most drool worthy dishes.

Nikko guide — How to get to Nikko, Nikko places to...

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Nikko is an ancient city located in Tochigi Prefecture, Northern Japan, about 2 hours driving from Tokyo. A special thing about this destination that...

How to get from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore? — How to...

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When it comes to travelling to Southeast Asia, not only there is the amazing and exotic Thailand, but Malaysia and Singapore are also tourist-magnet...

Chatuchak market guide — 7 best Chatuchak market tips & useful...

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Coming to Bangkok – capital of Thailand, besides the experiences of a day-tour by bus, discovering floating-markets,... shopping at local market is one of...

Ginzan Onsen Japan Guide — Explore one of the most beautiful...

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Ginzan Onsen is the most famed travel paradise of Yamagata Prefecture. The town is nestled against the mountains and wavy along the fanciful hot...

Gyeongju day trip — What to do in Gyeongju & how...

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Not too far away from the bustle Seoul is Busan – the more peaceful and relaxing coastal city. However, that does not mean Busan...

Dongdaemun market guide — What to buy in Dongdaemun Market &...

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Taking a trip to Seoul, perhaps you may not have a chance to meet your Oppa but definitely must visit Dongdeamun Market once. Why?...

Guide to Everland Theme Park — How to visit & what...

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Everland, the world’s seventh-largest amusement park, is the combination of water and ground recreational zones, golf courses and resorts. There are five distinctive themed...

Hanbok Korea rental review — How much is hanbok rental in...

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Every country in the world has its own national costumes: Vietnam has Ao Dai, Japan has Kimono, and South Korea has Hanbok. If you...

Myeongdong real gun shooting range — Experience as a gunner, real...

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To release stress for every time, I usually go to bar, or go out with my friends to chat together. However, in this trip...

Bitoujiao Taiwan travel blog — Explore Bitoujiao – Jiufen – Shifen...

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Not much travelers know about Bitou Jiao because this destination seems to be a secluded place. It is located one hour drive from the...