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Vietnam Travel Guide

Vietnam Travel Guide

Vietnam is one of the top choices for travelers to Southeast Asia. Neighboring China, Laos and Cambodia, a Vietnam tour can be conveniently combined with these countries for longer schedule, and often served as a connecting point when traveling to other Indochina countries.

Symbolized by conical hat, lush green rice fields, awe-inspiring limestone scenery, temples and pagodas,... view more

Cambodia Travel Guide

Cambodia Travel Guide

The magnificent Angkor Wat temple complex never disappoints any traveler in Cambodia. The enduring beauty of the ancient architecture, the remarkable statues and startling depictions on temple friezes of life as it was lived during the Khmer Empire, which flourished between the 9th and 15th centuries, are truly one of the highlights of any trip to South East Asia.

However as Cambodia emerges from the tragedy of its recent... view more

Laos Travel Guide

Laos Travel Guide

Landlocked and to some extent ‘culture-locked’, Laos possesses both Southeast Asia’s most pristine environment and possibly its most culturally intact heritage.

More than any other destination a visit to Laos provides the visitor with a sense of going back to a more relaxed time where the urgency of modern life is wonderfully absent. Even in the capital Vientiane, life ambles along only a little faster than the languid Mekong river flows by the city’s charming riverfront.

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Myanmar Travel Guide

Myanmar Travel Guide

Ruled by a secretive military junta, Burma was closed for decades to the outside world. When it finally opened, travellers were initially restricted to a handful of locations: the magnificent temples of Bagan, the floating villages of Inle Lake, the monasteries of Mandalay, and Yangon, the former capital, with its colonial relics and towering pagodas.

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Thailand Travel Guide

Thailand Travel Guide

The Thai people are famously hospitable, and Thailand was one of the first corners of Southeast Asia to really open up to outsiders – helped by the 19th-century king Rama IV, and his love of all things Western. It was Rama IV who launched Thailand on the path to modernisation, and also persuaded his people to swap chopsticks for knives and forks.

This travel smorgasbord has attracted everyone from backpackers to billionaires, and visitors can find any level of comfort they desire, from hippy... view more

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