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  • Sakura, the iconic flower from Japan, a long lasting beauty to the world

    “Sakura”, the white-pink cute little flower from Japan that attracts world-wide visitors, is recognized as the national flower of the land of the rising sun. The cultural flower that connects the people and their way of life. What is the history of the flower? And when they would blossom for the visit. Let’s get to know them more right now!     History of Sakura Sakura is in the cherry family, it has brown stems and oval-shaped green leaves. The flowers are a combination of white, pink, red, purple and yellow. The shape and colors of the flower depends on the species. Sakura was originally found in southern China, Taiwan, Okinawa and around Japan. It can also be found in other countries such as Korea, the USA, Canada but the variations grown in these countries won’t carry the same scent as the local breed from Japan.     The word “Sakura” (桜, 櫻) derived from the ancient Japanese “Sakuya” (咲耶) which means “to blossom”. It is the name of one of the goddess from the Japanese mythical tale called “Konoharawakuyahime”  (木花之開耶姫), it says that the goddess came to Earth from heaven and landed on a Sakura tree. There are currently more than 600 Sakura species but only a handful actually originated from Japan. there's various type of sakura in japan so today we bring some of them to show you which is   Somei Yoshino 80% of Sakura trees in Japan are Somei Yoshino. It has soft pink flowers conveying freshness and relaxation while its soft scent covers the area. The species can be found all over Japan except on Okinawa Island. It usually blossoms in April     Oshima Sakura One of the 11 original species in Japan. It has a very distinct scent that is stronger than other species. It has white flowers and can be found in Tokyo, Kanagawa. The species blossoms during April.     Yama Sakura The name implies that it grows in the mountain (Yama is Japanese for mountain). It is one of the 11 original species found in Japan. It has gradient flowers…
  • Mark it and go!! Experience the top of Europe in the Alps at Jungfrau mountain, Switzerland

    It is known that Jungfrau mountain is one of the locations that Switzerland visitors must not miss. The “Top of Europe” and the location of Jungfraujoch, the highest train station in the world. That’s not all, it is the first place in the Alps that UNESCO has approved as a world’s heritage. Let’s get to know more about Jungfrau and see what it has in store for us   What is Jungfrau? Before conquering Jungfrau, let’s get to know the place first. Jungfrau is pronounced Jung-frau which means “Little girl” in German. We can also pronounce it as “Yung-frau” as well. It is one of the tallest mountains in the Alps covered with beautiful natural landscapes that is 13,642 feet above sea level located in Bern, Switzerland. UNESCO has approve the mountain as a world’s heritage     The History of Jungfrau Jungfrau is known as the Top of Europe. It is a popular destination in Switzerland where the highest train station, Jungfraujoch is located. The place is filled with spectacular nature. There is a sight spot at the 3571 meter mark on the Sphinx tower. UNESCO has approved it as the world’s first European heritage in 2001   How to conquer the Jungfrau For those who want to challenge the height of Jungfrau. You can take the Glacier Express, the slowest express line, but it comes with a benefit of longer time to enjoy the Alps through tunnels and bridges with snow covering on both sides. The ride starts at Interlaken OST, there are 2 routes available, one through Grindelwald and another one through Lauterbrunnen. What’s the difference? You can enjoy different views along the way as both routes go to KleineScheidegg station and then Jungfraujoch. If you want to capture all the views, you can take a different route on your way back. Both take approximately 2 hours.   Another quicker alternative is to ride with Eiger Express which you will have to take a train from Interlaken OST to Grindelwald and then change to Eiger Express to Eigergletscher and finally Jungfraujoch     Must try activities at…
  • Hallstatt, a lakeside village in Austria, is a marked destination for visitors

    Apart from the pastel city of Salzburg in Austria, there is another popular attraction called Hallstatt located in Upper Austria. There, a surrounding lake and mountains are waiting for you to take a look.     Hallstatt, a world heritage approved by UNESCO A small village, full of history, Hallstatt, is located on the southwest of Hallstatter See, a lake in Salzkammergut. It is one of the locations in Austria with villagers only in the hundreds. Hallstatt was registered as a world heritage by UNESCO in 1996. It is an ancient European place with great historical impact as there is the oldest salt mine in the world nearby. It is also adjacent to Salzburg.   What to do in Hallstatt? The Hallstatt lake is always there as a highlight. The town is full of interesting history. The archaeologist community praised Hallstatt as a valuable treasure. The town is available all year long as it has something new to offer with each season. This is why you should not miss Hallstatt     1. The 7000-year-old Salzwelten Hallstatt Salt mine The 7000 years old cultural heritage. Salt was very valuable around 800 BC. Salzwelten Sal mine is now more than 7000 years old, the oldest in the Alps.  Even though salt is not as valuable as in the past, the mine is still producing 250,000 tons of salt each year. The mine is open for visiting from April - November, from 9.30 am to 2.30 pm. The ticket price is 25 euros (approximately 932 baht)   2. Dachstein Ice cave Dachstein Ice cave is a large, old cave that runs through Upper and Salzburg. It was discovered back in 1910. Inside the cave, there are natural stones and ice shards that formed under the condition, which allows visitors to enjoy every corner of the cave.   3.Central Square Marktplatz Hallstatt town square is where visitors must go and take a few memorable photos. The stone field with a fountain in the middle is where people go to relax, sip some coffee and enjoy the village view. This square is also where…
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