There is too much to do at the Expo park. Three hours is not enough. So many beautiful plants, education and cultural activities and a stunning aquarium.
Went for the impressionist art, stumbled upon a goldmine of beautiful work by Degas in relation to his work focused on the Paris Opera.
Suggestion: Go early and maybe start in the gardens which open an hour before the palace. Also expect a lot of exercise. This place is immense.
Looking for something to read? Just want to wander around looking at books for awhile then grab a coffee? Want to see what the indie book art and zine scene looks like? Seoul Book book is a book depository with a little bit of everything for any kind of bookworm.
Of course my favorite part of the museum was for kids.
A beautiful stained glass museum in Otaru whose stained glass is from the same century and time as the building it's displayed in but not from the same country.
I had made it to the Stranger Things pop up before it closed.
I was invited to the Seoul International Handmade fair and has a blast looking at things and even bought some DIY kits to test.
Gardens of the Bay is a beautiful and extensive green area in Singapore with impressive flower collections and conservatories as well as host to the iconic Supertree grove.
Largest flower festival in Korea and definitely a must visit one for any flower or horticulture loving person.