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5 years ago
Lantau Island is Hong Kong’s largest outlying landmass—even bigger than Hong Kong Island itself! It attracts hordes of devout pilgrims for two reasons: Tian Tan Buddha (a.k.a. Big Buddha) and Disneyland! Surrounding areas, like Ngong Ping Village, have become a tourist hotspot replete with shops and restaurants. What few know about, though, is that there are a lot more things to do on Lantau apart from its most popular attractions. Discover Tung Chung Fort, a citadel that defended the area against pirates. Watch endemic pink dolphins just off the coast; then, spend the rest of the day convening with nature at one of the many campsites, trails, and waterfalls.
9 months ago
Akihabara is a staple place to visit whenever you travel to Japan. It is known for being an otaku's dream world. It is a city filled with anime merchandise and otaku culture. It is also home to a lot of bizarre-themed cafes and bars, which I would like to visit someday. I always find myself watching YouTube videos from my favorite English speaking Japanese based content creators (CDawgVA, Akidearest) whenever they post weirdly cool places which always capture my attention. It would be fun to visit Akihabara someday with my otaku friends.
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a year ago
As a gamer, and a huge nerd, this place felt like home to me. I love all the arcades, otaku related things (maid cafes, manga cafes) and just the overall vibe the place itself brings.
a year ago
Tokyo is famous for Anime, electronics, manga, and video games and Akihabara is the epicenter if it all. If your a big fan of One Piece, Naruto, Attack on Titan, and so much more anime this is your first destination as the street is filled with so much anime enthusiast, toys, games, maid cafes, and everything you fantasize being in when watching your favorite anime.
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