|1 Pair of Jeans||$77.18|
|Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data)||$36.93|
|Local draught beer||$3.83|
|Water bottle (0.33 liter)||$1.04|
|Monthly Pass (local transport)||$98.21|
|Chicken breasts at the market||$8.24|
|Fitness club, monthly fee for 1 adult||$86.00|
Traveling with limited activities available is sometimes a great feature of a destination. It allows you to savor each moment and really be able to explore the place, its people, and its culture. It is also budget-friendly since exploration will not have to extend over a long weekend. That’s what Nagasaki is all about.
Nagasaki is a city in the Kyushu Island of Japan that does not have an overload of activities. You will not have to cram just to be able to cover all things that could bring you closer to the place. Spending three or four days would be enough to make you discover what Nagasaki is about, what it can offer to tourists like you, and what new things you can learn there. Most of all, you get to relax a lot because most of the adventures available do not really require you to sweat it out. You will do a lot of sitting back and relaxing here in this one sweet escape.
For one, you may take the sleeper trains from Tokyo to get to Nagasaki. If you are willing to endure three train transfers, this will let you sit back and relax and will even save you some money since the trains will double up as lodging.
A few hours before dark or beyond those time is crucial for Nagasaki tourists. That’s because there are a lot of spots available in the city that will let you in on the most delightful view of the sunset. You can ride a cable car that will take you up an observation platform atop Mount Inasa.
After watching the bright light of the sun slowly departing, there is no reason for you to give off your seat. That’s because Nagasaki boasts to have the third best city night view in the world, right behind Hong Kong and Monte Carlo. Watch as the whole city lights up in a spectacular manner.
Nagasaki is a combination of historical and nature travel. You may check out the Peace Park, which heralds the hundred thousand people who perished from a bomb attack during the Second World War. You may also enjoy the beaches during summer, along with some amazing sightseeing adventure to check out the city’s flora and fauna.