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5 Must-dos and Must-sees in Intriguing Kanchanaburi, Thailand

5 Must-dos and Must-sees in Intriguing Kanchanaburi, Thailand

Posted 10 Jun 2019 by William

Just a few hours’ drive west of Bangkok lies a favorite destination for nature and history lovers alike: Kanchanaburi. It may only be a short hop from Thailand’s capital, but this town couldn’t be further from the hustle; bustle of the big city. You’re in for a pleasant surprise as you discover all the hidden gems this captivating area hosts. read more

Three Ways to Bike Angkor Wat

Three Ways to Bike Angkor Wat

Posted 19 Mar 2019 by Zanny in Siem Reap

There is no doubt that Angkor Wat is a must-see for anyone visiting Cambodia. In fact, Cambodians are so proud of this ancient UNESCO World Heritage site that it even features on read more

Bike touring in China? Go Yunnan

Bike touring in China? Go Yunnan

Posted 13 Mar 2019 by Adam

Obviously China is a huge country, so when you want to go cycling in China, where would you go? Quick answer, Yunnan. read more

Reflections on customs & habits acquired on my travels

Reflections on customs & habits acquired on my travels

Posted 04 Mar 2019 by Adam

The most memorable aspects of travel are not always the sights you see or the towns you visit, but often the things you learn along the way. These sometimes go beyond fleeting ligh read more

Japan - For lovers of blissful travel

Japan - For lovers of blissful travel

Posted 21 Feb 2019 by Adam

Considering travelling to Japan? Is it for you? Here are a few good questions to ask yourself before you plan a trip to this amazing country. read more

Travel tips: what to do and see in Kyoto

Travel tips: what to do and see in Kyoto

Posted 31 Oct 2018 by Jin Matsumoto in Kyoto

Kyoto, Japan’s religious and cultural hub, attracts millions of visitors every year from all over the world. There are so many things to see and do that one could easily spend a mo read more

Pchum Ben: The Festival of the Dead

Pchum Ben: The Festival of the Dead

Posted 02 Oct 2018 by Holly in Siem Reap

Every year, Cambodia celebrates one of its two major annual festivals - Pchum Ben, known as the ‘Festival of the Dead’. A 15-day festival, culminating on the 15th day of the 10th m read more