I’ve been to Japan three times and I have only been given Single-Entry Visas until last week when I reapplied for another visa that they have finally given me a Multiple-Entry Visa.
K-Pop and K-Drama fans, heaven heard your prayers. Dreams do come true!
10 Days, 3 Countries, 3 Plane Rides, 30 Hours Land Travel – What an experience!
It has been over a year since the new terminal was opened to the public. We seriously upped our airport game and other international airports in the Philippines should also consider doing the same!
The first week of October came, we arrived in Kyushu’s largest city and Japan’s eighth-largest population center, Fukuoka. We were also able to explore Nagasaki and Kumamoto. I’m going to share how I was able to explore Kyushu, Japan with just ¥30,000 (that’s 15,000 PHP or approximately 280 USD).
Annyeong! It has been a year since my last visit to South Korea. It was a memorable trip – traveling solo, experiencing Chuseok, and seeing North Korea from a distance. That trip has stirred my interest to travel alone more — AND if I get to have the chance. Traveling solo is truly liberating. I…
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I applied for a Japanese Tourist Visa twice and got approved twice too.
I was amazed to find more or less 110,000.00 KRW left in my wallet after settling down at Incheon Airport and waiting for my flight back to Cebu. That’s more than 5,000 if converted to Peso.
Just so you don’t have to scroll down so much and end up saying “I wasted my time reading this article”, here’s a quick peek at my situation. My visa application requirements are not entirely complete. Yes, I think you know what I mean.
Applying for any travel visa can be intimidating. I have known many people who withheld their travel plans just because they’re scared they’d get denied. I know the feeling, especially when I applied for my Australian visa.