In case you haven’t checked your calendars yet, Holy Week is coming up so we all have a few days off work. If this vacation time i a little short notice for you, there always closer destinations that you can travel to. Instead of heading to Western countries, make your way around Asia. Whether you’re looking for an island getaway or colder climate, there is a place in Asia that will satisfy what you need. To help you make a decision, we checked out out where some celebrities have been the past few months.
Leave the island for a few days by booking a trip to Bali, Indonesia. Here you will get to enjoy the beach, visit temples, and explore the artsy side that Indonesia has to offer. Not to mention the delicious food. If you’re not sure where to stay, Maxene Magalona is currently at a resort in Nusa Dua.
Nami Island, South Korea
If you want a break from the summer heat, head over to Korea. Kaila Estrada was there last month and shared a few photos in the snow. Aside from taking photos there are also other activities for guests. On the island you can visit the shooting range, roller skating rink, and even ride a merry-go-round.
Chiang Mai, Thailand
If you want to explore a different city in Thailand, check out Chiang Mai. It is a mountainous city in northern Thailand. If you follow Kathryn Bernardo you know how much she loves elephants. So much so that it’s all she could think about while visiting Chiang Mai. Just look at her excitement when she finally got to see them in person.
If you start planning a vacation to Japan right now, you might just make in time for sakura season. Anne Curtis was recently in Tokyo and shared some pictures of the beautiful, colorful flowers. Oh, she also shared a selfie with a vending machine because duh.
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