His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai is known for his avid love for travelling and Japan is the latest to be added to his list.
From mountainous regions to adrenaline-fuelled spots, Fazza’s travels around the world exude his passion for exploration and adventure.
In a series of photos shared on Sheikh Hamdan’s feed to his 15.7 million fans with the caption “I love Japan”, snippets from his trip are seen along with his love for photography which is vividly captured.
Known for travelling the globe, Sheikh Hamdan has visited a series of countries over the years including Tanzania, South Korea, Estonia, Denmark and more.
Previously, in 2019, Sheikh Hamdan had made a visit east to Japan. Regarded as a highly-trained fitness enthusiast, the Dubai royal was seen posing with bronze sculptures of rugby player Michael Leitch and sumo wrestler Tochinoshin Tsuyoshi. He was also captured taking some classes and trying some delicious food, he’s undoubtedly ticked off a host of must-visit venues on his trip to Japan. From grazing through the enchanted streets or travelling by the high-speed bullet train to Tokyo, make a note of all the must-dos on your next trip.
Japan eVisa for UAE residents
has set up a new online tourist visa system, and only residents of a select few countries, including the Emirates and KSA, as well as Brazil, UK, USA, Cambodia, Canada, Mongolia, Taiwan, Singapore and South Africa can apply for the same. All residents are required to apply more than seven days before their trip. Applicants will need to apply via the dedicated website Japan eVISA, where upon successful submission, a digital confirmation visa will be sent to the applicant. At immigration, visitors will need to simply log on to the website and show the visa upon entry. The new system allows residents of permitted countries to apply for an online tourist visa which will grant eVisas for up to 90 days in Japan.
So if you’re thinking of your next trip, here’s exactly where you need to visit next.