Located in southern Kyushu, Kagoshima coastline boasts this unique bathing adventure. The nearby volcanoes give the water beneath the surface its warm, mineral-rich content, heating up the sand along the beach naturally with steam from below.
So what's a traveler in good conscience meant to do? How can we help the animals we love and support causes that don't hurt them?
Here are 3 places around the world that serve to care for and protect not just the animals they look after, but also fund life-saving support for other animals outside of their care.
With their beautiful landscapes, serene vistas, and often fascinating history, millions of city dwellers and visitors alike delight in making use of these spaces. Here are 11 of the best urban parks in the world.
On the northwest coast of the island of Kyushu, set on a large natural harbour, lies the vibrant, charming, and beautiful city of Nagasaki. Whether you've been here before or it's your first time to Japan, there are so many things to do! But where to begin?
5) Immerse Yourself in the Culture at World-Renowned Festivals
Cambodia is known as the Temple Capital of Asia for good reason. Near modern-day Siem Reap city is the former capital of the Ancient Khmer Empire, Angkor (in Khmer: អង្គរ, "Capital City"). There are over a thousand temples in the Angkor area, ranging from ruins scattered across rice fields, to the impressive Angkor Wat, the world's largest religious building (pictured above, photo by: @tte_experience).
One of the worlds largest weekend markets, Chatuchak is home to over 8,000 stalls in a massive 35 acre space. This is a must-see for visitors to Bangkok, with over 200,000 shoppers every weekend. Vendors sell a huge array of merchandise, from antiques and collectables to new and vintage clothes, from furniture and home decor to tools and handmade crafts. With over 27 sections, you can peruse thro...