Keng Tung, Myanmar

Keng Tung, Myanmar

Only a small number of travelers make it as far as this attractive enclave in the eastern region of Shan State. Situated at around 800 m above sea level and serving as a central hub between Thailand, Laos and China, Keng Tung is the secret capital of the Golden Triangle. Former smugglers’ routes function as […]

Luang Namtha, Laos

Luang Namtha, Laos

This remote province in the far north of the country will delight and surprise you with its diverse array of ecotourism opportunities: village communities made up of ethnic minorities (such as the Akha, Hmong, Tao or Khmu) are working together with aid organisations to provide access to attractions in their local areas, including artisan workshops, […]

Sapa, Vietnam

Sapa, Vietnam

Located some 1,600 m above sea level, this picturesque spa resort nestles in the midst of a fabulous mountain landscape. Unforgettable trekking tours lead to the village homes of several of Vietnam’s ethnic minorities – including the Muong, Dao, Thai and Xa Pho peoples – while adventurous tourists can hike up Fansipan, a 3,143-metre mountain […]

Koh Kong, Cambodia

Koh Kong, Cambodia

This remote spot in the south-west tip of the country is sure to occupy a special place in the future of Cambodia’s tourism industry. Jungle rivers and intricate paths await visitors to the Cardamom Mountain Range, some of whose peaks are as high as 1,800 meters. Boat tours guide visitors through mangrove forests or to […]

Ayutthaya, Thailand

Ayutthaya, Thailand

The temple ruins of this former royal capital date back to one of the most significant periods in Thailand’s history: between 1351 and 1767, the site was occupied by no less than 35 kings from five different dynasties. It rivalled most European capitals of the time and the city was a major centre not only […]

Plain of Jars, Laos

Plain of Jars, Laos

The province of Xieng Khouang is home to a number of culturally and historically significant sites containing huge numbers of mysterious of stone jars. Each site contains anything from 1 to 400 jars, while the jars themselves are up 2.5 meters high and 15 tons in weight and are estimated to be at least 2,500 […]

Kratie, Cambodia

Kratie, Cambodia

This provincial capital on the Mekong is best known for its seldom-seen Irrawaddy dolphins. At sunset, tourists can enjoy a refreshing sugar cane juice from one of the market stalls on the riverbank. Kratie lies around 70 km north of Kamponh Cham, halfway along the route to Stung Treng, near the Laos border. Koh Trong, […]

Hue, Vietnam

Hue, Vietnam

Located on the bank of Song Huong- Perfume River; Hue, the capital of Thua Thien Hue province in Central Vietnam, is 700 km southern Hanoi, 1100km northern Ho Chi Minh City, and only a few miles from the sea. Not until 1945 was Hue the national capital, the political, cultural and religious center of Vietnam […]

Mawlamyine, Myanmar

Mawlamyine, Myanmar

Don’t dare attempt the pronunciation of this Burmese city? You might want to use its former name, Moulmein, instead, which was given to it by the Britons during the period of their rule in Burma. The 4th largest city in Myanmat and the the largest city in Myanmar’s south it was once the capital of […]

Luang Prabang Trip

Luang Prabang Trip

Luang Prabang Trip Luang Prabang is the oldest and most intact temple city in Southeast Asia and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. Days in the city are broken up by the gentle chiming of temple bells. Carefully restored villas and and French colonial-era business houses with arcades flanking the city’s streets […]

The Tonle Sap

The Tonle Sap

The Tonle Sap The Tonle Sap is referred to variously as both a river and a lake and in fact, both descriptions are correct. When the volume of the Mekong River quadruples in the May-October rainy season, the Tonle Sap absorbs the excess water and releases it gradually back into the river once the dry […]

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