Useful Survival Tips on How to Use Three Different Types of Toilets, Asian Toilet Etiquettes & Where to Find Clean Toilets Here is the challenge of the day for you. Do the Asian squat now! If you can comfortably do it, you are a true Asian. (Disclaimer: This is my hypothesis that still requires more […]
Is Chinese Taipei in China or Taiwan? Watching the opening ceremony of 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, have you wondered why there are more than one Chinese teams? You might have noticed the People’s Republic of China (“China”), Chinese Taipei (“Taiwan”) and even Hong Kong are participating separately. Especially, there seems to be a […]
Seoul is the most lively and energetic city I’ve ever been to. This city of 10 million residents is the historical, cultural, economic and political center of South Korea. Seoul offers so much to do, see and eat. Although I called Seoul home for five years, the capital city continuously evolves so fast that every […]
Japan Winter Itinerary Part 8. What to Wear in Japan to Survive Japan Winter Season A couple of weeks ago, I traveled to Japan while the country was hit by the heaviest snow and coldest temperatures in recent years. This winter vacation packing list shows how I prepared to survive my trip to the Japanese […]
With 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic around the corner, many international travelers are expected to head over to Korea this year. Korea is quite underrated compared to other Asian destinations such as Japan, Thailand and China. But I truly believe Korea offers many beautiful places to visit and delicious food to eat. In the next few […]
How to order & eat Korean BBQ like locals, Plus 7 Insider’s Tips If you ask me what is one local dish you must try in Korea, I’ll say barbecue. I love Korean barbecue. Smokey yet aromatic juicy meat straight from the sizzling barbecue grill in front of you, who can resist? Korean barbecue is […]
South Korea has very distinctive four seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn (Fall) and Winter. Duh…? Ok, well, the key word here is “distinctive.” Allow me to explain as this might be an important factor for you to decide when to visit Korea. Spring in Korea: March through May I love spring in Korea. I just can’t […]
Hello, I'm Chloe!
I'm an aspiring world traveler and avid dog lover. Nestled in Taiwan, I'm currently exploring Asia and learning Chinese.
At Chloe's Travelogue, I will share my travel experiences, tips & tricks and cultural insights.