TRAVEL VLOG: HUIS TEN BOSCH

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  1. Medyo na surprise ako kasi that is in Japan pero the architecture were European. :) Yung meal sa train, parang ang sarap sarap pati din yung me grill.

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    1. I was surprised too. Then my stepdad explained to me that Nagasaki was highly influenced by Western countries during WWII. The same reason why this theme park was built.

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  2. It seems like everyone is going to Japan, including my friends. And I always get envious because it is one of my dream destinations. Where is that place, the one that looks like Europe? I love the one with the flood of lights.

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    1. All of the places in the video were taken at Huis Ten Bosch, it is a Netherlands-inpired theme park located at Nagasaki Japan :) And that illumination you are referring to, includes 13 million light bulbs! Ugh, sorry, I should have put these information in my post. Hehe.

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  3. I've been to Japan several times already, but still haven't been to Nagasaki. By the way, if I hadn't seen the Japanese bullet train, the Japanese words and the Japanese people in your Vlog, I would have thought that you are in Europe instead of Japan. I love the waterfall of lights. I haven't seen anything like it yet. Also, the video shots taken through your Samsung phones are pretty good which I found surprising. Normally, people use Go Pro or digital cameras for shooting videos. Great Vlog!

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  4. I have so many frienda that have been to Japan lately. Looks so lovely and your video definitely makes me want to go now. I hope I'll be able to go there for my next trip 😍☺

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    1. You go girl! Japan is really amazing, you'll never regret it.

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  5. Love it how Japan is now accessible to us, feels like another Hong Kong. Everyone just goes to Japan. Really nice place too.

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  6. Watching the video just intensified my dream to visit Japan. :'( haha. The floodlights are also amaziiing! Hope I can save enough for this soon. You're lucky! Haha

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  7. Watching the video just intensified my dream to visit Japan. :'( haha. The floodlights are also amaziiing! Hope I can save enough for this soon. You're lucky! Haha

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  9. I've been to Japan 3 years ago. We went to Kyoto, Nara, Tokyo, Yokohama and Osaka. I can say that Nagasaki looks different based from your video. I agree with Robert that it has that European atmosphere. Now I'm curious to visit Nagasaki, too! The video is fun to watch, I can feel you enjoying so much :)

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  10. I had no idea where or what Huis Ten Bosch, Nagasaki was, so I looked it up. I found out that it is a theme park which recreates the Netherlands. No wonder you showed a Dutch windmill and lovely tulip gardens! Your video came out very nicely done! It looks like you had lots of fun on your trip!

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  11. Wow. A travel vlog shot entirely in a phone camera. The quality of phone cameras are getting better and better each day. Awesome vid. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Vlogs are becoming a main stream now! all the while i thought it was europe! Lovely place... I wanna visit japan soon! :) Is the video editing software you are using free? I was actually in the lookout for a reliable and user friendly video app..thanks in advance!

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    1. Sorry Mommy Q., but I am not sure if the software is free. A friend just lend me an installer. Haha! But the software (powerdirector) is good. It's user-friendly :)

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  13. Ah Japan. It seems like they almost have everything there. Be it natural or man-made, you can see it there. This is a cool vlog.

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  14. Woooow! Japan is sooo amazing! The bullet train looks so awesome and inside is so comfortable. The Huis Ten Bosh theme park is so beautiful. It really feels like you are in the netherlands. The flower farm if im not mistaken is so beautiful plus the buildings are impressive. Love it!

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