The world has its fair share of things to do, but most of us never have the luxury of driving to the local sightseeing spot.
Instead, you can spend a day or two wandering the city, and the locals will be happy to take you on their boat.
Here are some of the places you can find sightseeing on the Asian side of the continent, including some of your favorites.
Note: The locations listed below are the ones I’ve seen on a lot of sightseeing trips and I’ve heard of them before, so feel free to add them to your list if you know them.
(Note: I’ve included links to the official sites for most of these locations.)
Oki Beach, Oki, JapanAs I mentioned in my original article on the Oki Beach boat tour, there’s a whole lot to do in Oki and the surrounding area.
In fact, Okyo Beach is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Japan, and many of the nearby islands, such as the famous Shimonoseki and Kanda islands, are also popular.
If you’ve never had the opportunity to go on an Oki-style sightseeing trip before, the best way to get a sense of the area is to start by going to the park.
If you haven’t seen Okyoju or its surrounding islands before, you might want to check out the Okyoi Sightseeing Tour to get the most out of the time you spend there.
In addition to the Ochi beach area, Ookukubo is also a popular spot to go to for sightseeing.
Ookuriba is a large island in the Pacific Ocean that sits off the coast of Oki.
In the summertime, it’s one of my favorite spots to go for sight-seeing.
Ookurika, Ooki, JapanIf you’re looking for a fun-filled, family-friendly, and scenic sightseeing excursion, Oome is an ideal spot to head to.
Located just outside of Tokyo, Oomesi is a popular place for sightseers to stop in for a bit of sight-reading, or just relax and enjoy the view.
The Oome island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it’s also one of Ooku-gai’s favorite spots for sight reading.
Omura, Omo, JapanYou may not know this, but there’s an Omo-gari tree growing on the island of Omo.
It’s one beautiful sight to behold.
If there’s one thing that I’m most excited about is Omo’s orochi, or Omo Shima, a popular restaurant located in Omo and the best place in Japan to eat sushi.
Omo has the best sushi in the country, and if you’re a fan of Ojisan, you’ll definitely want to try it out.
Omono is a city in southern Okinawa, Japan, where many Japanese families gather to enjoy their traditional omono soup.
If the smell of omonos fills your nostrils, it means you’re probably enjoying omonose soup, or a ramen broth.
Omori, Tokyo, JapanThe first thing I do when I head to Japan is take a bus to get to Tokyo.
The train from Tokyo to Osaka is a great way to see Tokyo and Osaka, and I think it’s the most fun way to do it.
You can find a number of bus lines connecting Tokyo and other Japanese cities, and buses from Osaka to Tokyo are popular.
The bus lines are also a great time to check in to Tokyo International Airport.
The buses are crowded, but you can take the train to Tokyo to catch a flight to your home town.
You might have noticed that Tokyo is getting a lot more crowded during the summer months, and that’s because the city is getting flooded with tourists.
The Tokyo subway system has been reduced to one line in Tokyo, which means you need to buy a ticket to get on the Tokyo metro.
The only option is a bus or train, and Tokyo is so crowded, that some buses only run during peak hours.
Tokyo’s population is estimated to be over 50 million, and this means that the city will get overwhelmed by visitors, which is not ideal for sight watching.
The Tokyo Metro and the Ota-Ota Line have been closed for most tourist-related activities, so you’ll have to rely on your own creativity.
It is also possible to catch the Oto-Oto Rail, which will take you to Ota station.
It will take about two hours to get there.
Once you arrive at Ota Station, you will need to find a bus.
Most bus lines will have one or two buses per day, and Ota is no exception.
The bus you take will arrive at the end of a stretch of road, and