An old trading port, this enchanting town is infused with Chinese, Japanese and European influences, still visible along the pretty lantern lined streets.
Home to one of the world’s oldest evergreen forests, limestone rock formations, bubbling waterfalls and abundant wildlife including elephants, monkeys, and tigers.
If the temple town of Bagan is incredible at eye level, then picture drifting gently over its intricately designed stupas by hot air balloon.
Swap tuk-tuks for a traditional long tail boat as you glide along the khlongs of Bangkok, past families going about their business in stilted houses and shopping for produce at the colourful floating markets.
Catch the Temples of Angkor at sunrise, as the first light illuminates the iconic monuments and throws their reflections into the still ponds. Watch for the unique detail on the 3000 aspara carvings. Bucket list this!
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I’ve always wanted to visit Cambodia, I mean, who doesn’t want to see the silhouette of Angkor Wat against a backdrop of an epic sunrise? So, when I saw the opportunity to take some leave and set off on a quick adventure (inspired by a string of public holidays), Cambodia shot straight to the...
21 May, 2019Highlights of Cambodia through Natasha's Eyes
I recently set off on an incredible trip through Cambodia and got to see so many beautiful places. I was limited by my dates so I couldn’t fit in a tour and instead navigated this incredible country on my own (with my partner in tow) – you can read how I found tackling Cambodia independently...
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Thailand is varied and striking, with everything from ancient ruins and busy cities to sandy coastlines and dense forests. Get to know the traditions and cultures of this interesting country and its people, from the hill tribes of the north to the Monks gathering at the Buddhist temples around...
01 November, 2018Get to Know Thailand on a Small Group Tour
Thailand is aptly known as the ‘Land of Smiles’ thanks to the beautiful Thai people who welcome you with a wide grin and laughter that spreads all the way to their eyes. The best way to get to know the locals and share some warm quintessential experiences is to explore Thailand with a small...