• Bom Om Touk (Cambodian Water Festival)

    Celebrated in November, this three day festival marks the end of the monsoon season and coincides with the change in flow of the Tonle Sap and Mekong Rivers.
    • April 26, 2018
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  • Wood Carving with a Master Craftsman

    Wood Carving is an art that has been practiced all over the world but very avidly in Southeast Asia where great pieces of woodwork have been crafted throughout the ages.
    • March 22, 2018
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  • Arakan Nature Lodge in Gwa Township

    Featuring nine individual thatched bungalows including a family one with 2 rooms, this small eco lodge has everything to please even the most discerning traveler.
    • March 22, 2018
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  • Design and Paint Your Own Elephant in Chiang Mai

    Elephant Parade was founded by father and son Marc and Mike Spits in 2006. Whilst on holiday In Thailand, Marc met a baby elephant named Mosha, who had lost part of her leg after stepping on a landmine.
    • March 22, 2018
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  • Kuromon Market is Osaka’s Kitchen

    With over 170 years of history, Kuromon Market is truly ‘Osaka’s kitchen.’ Professional chefs from around the city find their way here to purchase high-quality, fresh ingredients, though the market also caters to the budget visitor with nonetheless, highly authentic food.
    • March 22, 2018
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  • Bawah Private Island Luxury Resort

    Bawah Island, one of the most luxurious private island resorts in Asia has opened its doors. Only accessible by seaplane, Bawah is the pinnacle of remote luxury, a sanctuary to slow down and unwind.
    • March 22, 2018
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  • Learn to Play Mahjong in Chengdu’s People’s Park

    People's Park in Chengdu is the ideal spot to immerse in a selection of favored pastimes, and truly gain a sense for the days of old. Destination Asia presents a mahjong experience
    • March 22, 2018
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  • Limestone Massif of Phou Pha Thi Opened to the Public

    The Lao government has officially opened the sacred and towering limestone cliffs of Phou Pha Thi to visitors. A stark reminder of the Vietnam War, this was the site of the Battle of Phou Pha Thi in 1968
    • March 22, 2018
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  • The Sensational Supanniga Evening Dinner Cruise in Bangkok

    Last week, our Group Product Director Julien Monnerie tested the evening Champagne two hour Supanniga cruise in Bangkok, and he said, “It is great!”
    • February 27, 2018
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  • Traditional Cham Dance Show at My Son Temples

    The Cham culture is characterized by Hinduism, with influences from Champa civilization between 7th and 15th century. These effects were felt greatest in central Vietnam, which at that time extended from India to Southeast Asia.
    • January 18, 2018
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  • ‘Top Deck’ Opens at Tokyo Tower

    Even in the variegated Tokyo skyline, few buildings are as much of an iconic landmark as Tokyo Tower is. After months of renovation, the uppermost observation deck, which stands 250 meters above sea level
    • January 18, 2018
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  • Culinary Adventures on Rustic Pulau Ubin

    Water wells, buzzing electricity generators and rugged terrain are not things most people experience on a visit to Singapore, but on Pulau Ubin, an island tucked away on the north-east corner of the mainland
    • January 18, 2018
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