Find out everything you need to know for your first ski trip in Korea! Is it your first time skiing in Korea? Lucky for you, we’ve got you covered. Read on to find out all the essential things you should consider when
Visit Vivaldi Park to enjoy skiing and snowboarding during the winter in Korea! Hello, Trazers! Greetings from a member of Trazy Crew! Last time, I tried skiing at Phoenix Park for the first time in my life, which was crazy fun.
Read this ultimate guide to ski resorts in Korea and plan your ski trip! Winter’s the season for skiing and snowboarding and many of you may also be starting to plan your holiday as you research resorts and try and
Jeju Island is a beautiful island, but it’s not easy to get around because there is no subway or train. If this is your first-time travel to Jeju Island in Korea, you will feel even more lost and struggle for sure. For first-time
If you are visiting Everland Theme Park for the first time, here are 3 ways to get to the theme park and other alternatives to take into consideration when making your way to Everland.
Greetings from a member of Trazy Crew! Since it’s winter and the weather is perfect for skiing, I headed to Phoenix Park to enjoy a day of skiing with the Phoenix Park Ski Resort 1 day Ski/Snowboard/Snow Sled Tour! As a
Welcome to Bangkok: a city full of people, traffic, vibrant nightlife, busy markets, brightly lit malls, tranquil riversides, and captivating history! An abundance of transport options such as buses, taxis, motorcycle taxis, ferries, boats, tuk-tuks, and trains exist. There’s so
Why Must Travelers Have This Magical T-money Card in Korea? In South Korea, travelers can buy a Single Journey Ticket or a rechargeable card called T-money Card. We advise you to get a T-money Card as it is a magic wand that
If you are planning a trip to Busan, the second biggest city in South Korea, read this ultimate guide to getting around Busan by public transport! 1. Busan Hanaro Card – Local prepaid transportation card Like the T-money card in Seoul,
Recently there was an accident in Busan where a Japanese woman was ripped off by a taxi driver. When she asked for a receipt, 39,000 won was written on the sheet while the number on the taximeter was only 19,000