Camping Adventures on the Kulan Mountains

For those who want to recapture the spirit of adventure, the team in Cambodia have put together an option in the Kulan mountain range that will help them do just that. The journeys begin in Siem Reap where guests are picked up and taken for a 90-minute drive to the mountains. Along the way there’s […]
  • January 23, 2023

Wind Down on a Beautiful Laotian Houseboat

Mueang Feuang is a city that teems with stunning scenery and laid back charm, as popular with Lao people as it is with visitors, and a trip to Mueang Feuang simply has to include a stay on a traditional houseboat. Guests will be enchanted by the natural atmosphere and local way of life that has […]
  • January 23, 2023

Samui Escape by Private Catamaran or Speedboat

With these exclusive touring options around Koh Samui, guests can sail the tropical islands in Thailand southern region by private luxury catamaran, or explore Angthong National Marine Park on a private speedboat. The catamaran option takes them, along with family and friends, through beautiful Samui Bay to Koh Tan on a half day cruise. There’s […]
  • January 23, 2023

A Chance to Learn the Ancient Art of Sake Brewing

The Kitsukura Sake Brewery, established in 1696 in the Saku region of Nagano prefecture, offers a unique program to discover the fascinating art of brewing it. Blessed with abundant pure water sources, an ideal natural environment and some of the finest rice grown in Japan, the region has been producing sake for centuries. That profound […]
  • January 23, 2023

Hue Family Fun: Ancient Arenas, Pottery and Kite Flying

This specially curated trip starts with a visit to the external ring of the Tiger Fighting Arena, a venue where Nguyen emperors viewed contests between elephants and tigers since 1832. Needless to say, that uneven contest was ended long ago but the arena’s atmosphere and architecture still make for a fascinating visit. Then it’s on […]
  • January 23, 2023

Ramadan Kareem! Enjoy the spirit of Ramadan

“Ramadan Kareem,” a greeting often used during the month of Ramadan, translates as “have a generous Ramadan”. And you can truly enjoy that generosity of spirit when you stroll around the lively bazaars that pop-up all-over Singapore throughout the month, which lasts this year from 22 or 23 March to 21 April. The main bazaar […]
  • January 23, 2023

Cheers! Salut! Ganbei! Slangevar!

After a two-year pause due to Covid, the Hong Kong Whisky Festival comes back with a bigger bang than ever on new dates of 29-30 April. Organised by InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong where the event takes place and Tiffany’s New York Bar, and set across four whole floors, it features the largest collection of […]
  • January 23, 2023

Join our Guide Bhudi on a Tour of Ubud & Surroundings

Bhudi has been a Destination Asia Indonesia guide for 20 years and the love he has for his work and his locale, the town of Ubud in the uplands of Bali, is captivating and infectious. You can see the attraction from the moment you get here. Known for its charming coffee shops, delicious cuisine and hiking […]
  • January 23, 2023

Maha Tower is a New Crowning Glory for Langkawi

The Malay word “maha”, which means “almighty”, is a word that symbolises confidence, beauty and strength.  And Langkawi Island’s newly opened Maha Tower captures all those qualities perfectly. Set in the island’s prime location, overlooking the Straits of Malacca in one direction and clear across the city in the other, the 33-storey tower is designed […]
  • January 23, 2023

Learn the Ancient Art & Craft of Khmer Ceramics

Visitors to Cambodia’s legendary sites such as Angkor Wat are often struck by the beauty of the ceramics which can be seen everywhere, adding an extra beautiful adornment to the place. Ceramics have, in fact, been a vital part of Khmer heritage and tradition for many centuries and are now enjoying quite a renaissance. This […]
  • December 6, 2022

Spectacular Railway Journey on the Laos Bullet Train

Plans to extend a rail link from Yunnan province through Laos and on to Bangkok and ultimately Singapore has been causing quite a stir. And now the Laos section of it, running from Boten on the border with China to the capital city of Vientiane is open and fully functional. In fact, it’s proved so […]
  • December 6, 2022
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