Which country in the world that you most want to travel and tell me why?

Indonesia
September 17, 2009 6:53am CST
Japan.. I like Japan very much, like their culture, people, people, scenery... I hope someday I will go and lives there..
6 responses
@landyh (31)
• China
18 Sep 09
Well,there are a lot.The first one is China. Though I am in China now, but I have no time or money to travel anywhere. But I will one day. The places that I want to travel most in China are eastern China and southwest China. The second place is the UK, especially England,because I am interested in her culture. The thired places are Japan and Korea, because their traditional cultures are originated from traditional Chinese culture which I am keen on, and I think their traditions are better preserved than traditions in China.
• Indonesia
18 Sep 09
You in china now? what city? are people in china mostly can speak english?
• Indonesia
18 Sep 09
well I live in Indonesia.. In Bali island... In Bali most of people can speak english. Because most people work at tourism industry.. I thought you a western people.. cause your english is very good.. ^^ I would like to visit China someday, ^^.. by the way where do you live in china?
@landyh (31)
• China
18 Sep 09
I am Chinese,and I am in China now.Some of us can speank English.And how about your country?
@hehe88 (72)
• Singapore
21 Sep 09
I would like to travel to taiwan. Because over at taiwan, there are so much xiao chi to eat and places to visit. The other place that I want to go is tioman because of the beautiful scenery
• Indonesia
21 Sep 09
I don't get it, what is xiao chi??
@hehe88 (72)
• Singapore
21 Sep 09
hmm, very hard to explain.. xiao chi is like side dishes/snacks.. like you know those salted chicken, jiao zi, chicken cultet..
• Indonesia
22 Sep 09
Oh a snack, I never know.. but i can imagine it, if a snack.. ^^ Did that snack not exist in you country (china town)?
@dld999 (118)
• United States
18 Sep 09
I like Japan very much. I have been there three times, in Kyoto, Tokyo and some small towns around there. I must say that outside of Tokyo I got some stares from younger kids as if tall (I'm only 6 foot) Americans were not that common a sight. There is always a sense of being an outsider in Japan, even if you can speak some of the language. They are a nice people in general, helpful and kind, but it is not always easy to get to know them. Good luck with your plans...I hope that you get to go there to live.
@dld999 (118)
• United States
20 Sep 09
You really need to learn some japanese language. In Tokyo, you'll see signs in english letters but outside of the big cities, it's pretty much japanese (kanji, katakana, hiragana letters). Many japanese are shy and even though they may understand some english, they do not always feel comfortable speaking it. But you can get around Tokyo with English. Younger people will try english more than older people will As for cost of living, in the eighties the US dollar exchange rate was great. Now, it is pretty expensive for us to go there. If you get a job teaching there, then your salary should be enough to get by, at a student frugal level. Good luck.
• Indonesia
20 Sep 09
thank you very much for your advice did999.... It really make my mind open.. ^^ I will keep study Japanese, and how about you? are ypu speak Japanese? Is that ok if your visa is holiday visa but you work there? are you had been work there??
• Indonesia
18 Sep 09
well I had been learn Japanese language for 1 year to prepare my plans... But the most of them can speak english right? I really envy from you, you had been there 3 times.. I never been there before.. :( and how about cost of living theres? high or low?
@maximax8 (31055)
• United Kingdom
17 Sep 09
There are many counties on my travel wish list. The country that I most wish to go to is Peru so I could see Machu Picchu. I would love to go to Cartagena de Indies to see the lovely looking architecture. It would be amazing if I could visit Rio De Janeiro to see the view from Sugar Loaf Mountain. Japan is another country I would enjoy seeing especially around cherry blossom time. Also I would adore it if I could go island hopping and snorkeling in the Philippines.
• Indonesia
17 Sep 09
Machu Picchu? what is that? I never heard it before... Well I'm came from tropic Island near Philliphines, Indonesia and lives at Bali island.. I do much sea activity here, yes snorkling and diving is so exiting activity.. see the world never seen before.. ^^ I really want to feel how to lives in country with 4 seasons... ^^
@Archie0 (5631)
17 Sep 09
I would love to travel to tibet once in my lifetime.Well to tell i love travelling and my final destination in life is to travel, but why i said tibet because i think its the most beautifull country with really beautifull people around.
• Indonesia
17 Sep 09
Tibet is in Himalaya Mountain right?? wow, that's a peacefull place.. What a good choice... I hope I can go there too someday, my destination is travelling around the world even dosn't have money... haha4 LOL
@landyh (31)
• China
18 Sep 09
Lady,there is one thing that I must point out that Tibet is not a country but a part of China.
@pushkin69 (546)
17 Sep 09
hey there. There are so many places I would like to visit in my life time just a shame this life is so short. I lived in Korea for a year and loved it there. The people were so interesting, a culture so completely different to my own. I would love to see more of Asia in the future. Japan is top of that list for me also, so many friends have been there and said it is a must. Good luck I hope you get to live in Japan!
• Indonesia
17 Sep 09
Haha4 you same with me.. I like east asian culture very much.. You so lucky to lived 1 year at korea? what do yo do theres? just holiday or holiday and work? I want to visit Korea after Japan ofcourse.. ^^ Is in korea a lot of people can talk english??
• Indonesia
18 Sep 09
I see, but if you in the city, there's no problem with communication with english right?? and what kind of permit visa to get a job like you? I had been for learn Japan language for 1 year to prepare my visit.. Cause I heard there's a few of people speaks english there.. ^^
18 Sep 09
Hey there. I worked in Korea as an English teacher for a year. I lived in a small village on the out skirts of Seoul. I found that the English level of thew younger people in Seoul is good but they are very shy people and have no confidence in their abilities. I can reccommend Korea as a destination to visit!