There are many good reasons to tour Vietnam, here are some of the most common ones.
India is a place that everyone should visit once in their lives. It is a country filled with remarkable diversity and rich with history, cuisine and artistic heritage that’s most vivid in color. India is home to one of the most ancient civilizations where religion, spirituality and medicine have always played vital and intertwined roles.
Here are just a few reasons why.
Sri Lanka checks all the boxes for an amazing tropical island adventure, from ancient temples, lush tropical forests and picturesque national wildlife parks to endless golden beaches. But, what about gluten-free meals?
A gluten-free diet means avoiding foods that have gluten in them. Gluten is a kind of protein that is found in wheat, barley, and rye. The good news is that most of Sri Lankan cuisine is gluten free and delicious.
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On our trip to the famed Angkor Archeological Park in Siem Reap, Cambodia, we left with more than just fabulous photographs of the ancient temples. The warm and hardworking locals gave us a good and lasting impression of the Cambodian peoples.
This is the sixth time that I have been to Sri Lanka. In this December trip, I easily relaxed into the laid-back tropical atmosphere. My most memorable moments are visiting the tea plantation, watching the fishermen on the poles along the shore and the best of all elephant safari.
The peninsula of Malaysia was a major stop on the ancient spice route, attracting traders and explorers from east and west. Malaysia has absorbed influences of the indigenous Malays, Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch and British traders to create a rich culture and culinary heritage. The current population consists of Malay, Chinese, Indian and indigenous people all in one place. Breakfast in the UNESCO listed world heritage city of Georgetown, lunch in Kuala Lumpur and sleep in the Borneo rainforest by nightfall?
This year I checked off Angkor from my bucket-list. Frankly, this most important archaeological site in southeast Asia and a UNESCO World Heritage Site is truly impressive. I wandered through the majestic towers, watched both the sunrise and sunset at the temples.
If you are planning a trip to Angkor, I am sharing some Do’s and Don’ts for a memorable time.
With magnificent natural beauty and a unique cultural melting pot, Malaysia is a fascinating Southeast Asian destination. After traveling to Malaysia for many years, we’ve come across many great experiences in great food, lush jungles, scenic tea plantations and mosaic of cultures from many different...
With lots of everything from stunning landscapes to fascinating history, epic cuisine and pulsating energy, Vietnam is a feast for the senses and dazzles you from all angles. Peaceful paddy fields give way to frenetic urban centers like Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) and Hanoi....
The mystical country of Laos serves up rustic vibes, a spiritual atmosphere, lush tropical jungles, the mighty Mekong River and emerald green countryside. In this mountainous country, water cascades down rocks and cliffs into spectacular waterfalls. While some of the best waterfalls are in Luang...