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Exploring Japan with Klook

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After availing of some of their services during our recent 22-day adventure in Japan. I saw how helpful Klook was for travelers like me so when I discovered Klook's affiliate program, I took the opportunity to partner with them. 


Klook.com I'd like to share with you some of the most useful services offered by Klook that would surely help you make your trip to Japan fun and hassle-free. So read along and discover what these services are.

Here are some of my highly recommended (and tested) services from Klook, just click on the image and avail of the services that you want:


Klook.com 1. JR Rail Pass
For those who want to explore as many places in Japan as they could, my top recommendation is the JR Rail Pass. This pass gives you unlimited ride to almost all the JR railways and buses all over Japan. Choose between the 7-day, 14-day, and 21-day Rail Pass that suits your itinerary. 


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2. JR Kansai Area Pass
For those who want to extensively explore only the Kansai Region, The JR Kan…

Muntinlupa City: St. James the Great Parish

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Located in Cuenca corner Ibaan Streets, Ayala Alabang Village in Muntinlupa City, St. James the Great Parish is the main spiritual sanctuary of the Catholic residents of the said exclusive subdivision. 

St. James the Great Parish might look like one of those hundred-year-old baroque style Spanish Colonial-era churches in the country but it's actually a fairly new structure as it was only constructed in 1993. Regardless, the adjective "great" in its name perfectly describes this church. So, what's great about this church? Aside from its beautiful facade and interior design, its massive size could fit about 500 churchgoers. Due to its beauty and size (this equates to a long walk down the aisle), St. James the Great Parish has become a popular venue for weddings for the rich and famous. As a matter of fact, local TV personalities Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna tied the know here. However, if you're planning to tie the knot in St. James the Great Parish, keep in mind that…

10 Kid-Friendly Places to Visit in Kansai Region

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For those who don't know, Kansai Region lies in the south-central area of Japan's main island Honshu. It is composed of seven prefectures namely Hyogo, Kyoto, Mie, Nara, Osaka, Shiga, and Wakayama. The main entry point of foreign tourists to this region is the Kansai International Airport (KIX) and Kobe Port. 


This region is a great place to immerse oneself to Japan's rich history and culture. Adults would surely find Kansai a fascinating place to visit... However, the big question is, is it kid-friendly? In my opinion, and probably the majority of all those who had visited this region before, Kansai Region and Japan, in general, is a very child-friendly place. 

For today's article, I have compiled 10 child-friendly places to bring your child(ren) when you visit the Kansai Region. Here are my top 10 recommendations of child-friendly places in Kansai Region:


1. Eiraku Yumenomori Park
Location: 65-110 Daimyo Noda, Kumatori-cho, Sennan-gun, Osaka Prefecture
Perfect for kids wh…

Laguna: Splash Island

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Located at Southwoods Ecocentrum, Binan, in the province of Laguna, Splash Island is the largest leisure water park in the Philippines to date. 

Currently managed by Global Gutz Parks Philippines, Incorporated, Splash Island has been in operation now for more than a decade. Since then it has been one of the most famous summer destinations for those living at the south end of Metro Manila and its surrounding provinces.



Splash Island boasts several water-based attractions that are designed to give visitors a thrilling and memorable adventure. However, please keep in mind that each attraction is open only on a specific time so better check out the attractions and their schedules below:




Balsa River 8AM - 5PM = This is the only attraction that is open the whole day. Visitors can ride inflatables and lazily float around the park via this man-made river.



Water Wahoo 9AM - 12NN / 2PM - 5PM = This attraction is designed for kids. The shallow pool is made exciting by its water-spewing centerpiece. 


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