In order to prevent the transmission of the pandemic Covid-19, the government appealed to conduct social distancing and quarantine themselves at home. Without creativity we can not enjoy to making activity when social distancing at home. Maybe this can be a challenge for us who are accustomed to doing many outside the home as our
Departing from the limitations when creating an itinerary, TREYA will make travel planning easier than ever. Find out more about TREYA here!
One of the requirements for being able to enjoy a holiday moment in the country of Sakura, aka Japan, is having a visa. A visa is a permit or recommendation needed to enter a country (but this is not an absolute guarantee that you will be allowed to enter) and to have a Japanese visa
Hashtag #DiRumahAja resonates on social media in Indonesia. Even full-time workers began to be "dismissed" one by one. Not only in capitals and big cities in Indonesia, even in provinces such as Kalimantan, many people have begun to isolate themselves. Working from home or often abbreviated as WFH does not feel overwhelming at first. But
Perched on the highlands of Bali and famously known as the island's art and cultural hub, Ubud is an amazing blend of old and new with something to offer for everyone. But Ubud isn’t necessarily the kind of place where you need a long to-do list. If all you did during your stay was eat,
Traveling to Japan can be a daunting task to imagine. It's quite unnerving to travel to a place that seemingly looks and feels foreign - both from its language to its culture - yet you can't help but to be drawn to an enchanting place like that. You probably want to experience all the essential
Traveling can sometimes appear more glamorous than it actually is. From the experience of going on a plane to reaching your destination, it's easy to have an overly romanticized idealization of what your holiday would look like. After all, the images on Google and Instagram didn’t account for the horde of excited tourists (which may
The majority of you will probably think that planning a trip or a holiday is a tedious chore, but believe it or not, the process of planning a holiday can actually be an enjoyable one. And this doesn't only apply for the fussy planners or excessively orderly. Here are five steps to making it happen: