The Asian continent is invaded by tourists from around the world every year. Japan and Vietnam are among the most visited countries of the globe-trotters of the world in this region of the globe.
What do you need to know about Japan?
Japan is a huge archipelago grouping more than 6 800 Islands that extends over almost 377 915 km². It should be known that most of the country is largely dominated by mountainous areas. With regard to the climate, it is often influenced by alternating winds and sea currents that modify weather conditions from one region to another. For example, in the northern part of the country, especially on the island of Hokkaido, the climate is continental, characterized by harsh winters and mild summers. Yet, in the eastern part of Japan, where most of the major cities are located, such as Tokyo or Nagoya, the climate is more humid subtropical with mild winters and hot, humid summers.
What to visit in the country of manga and samurai?
If you are thinking of spending your holidays in the Japanese territory, why not start your adventures in Tokyo? This capital is a must for many travelers around the world thanks to the electric atmosphere that prevails. Indeed, its charm and its asset come mainly from its innumerable stores, shops and malls that develop everywhere in the city. If this proposal to discover Tokyo does not suit you, you can consult a Japan guide. In addition, the old city of Kyoto located in the east of the country and which was none other than the imperial capital of Japan between 794 and 1868 is a real historical center not to be missed. You will find temples and the famous "path of philosophy" famous for the blooming cherry trees in spring.
Vietnam, another Asian country to discover
Aside from Japan, Vietnam or "the land of the dragon" is also a tourist destination that seduces backpackers on vacation in Asia. If you are passionate about culture, this is the perfect place to visit during a Vietnam travel. Indeed, the territory is inhabited by many ethnic groups from Cambodia and China. It should be known that more than fifty ethnic groups are spread across all regions of the country. In the northern part of Vietnamese countries, for example, you will find the Dao, Tày and Hmong. The central lands are occupied by the Cham and are also present on part of the Mekong Delta. Finally, on the high plateaus live Raglai, Jarai and Rhade. All these communities have their own way of life and their ancestral custom.