Khiri Travel Blog
Join Khiri Travel Myanmar’s half-day tour to Bagan and learn about the macabre and scary stories of superstitious kings, brutal conquerors, jealous princes and haunted temples where locals fear to tread!
Central Sulawesi is just beginning to open up to tourism, a place of thick rainforests, stunning waterfalls and deep inland lakes, like Poso Lake, a vast pristine body of water surrounded by mountains.
Check out our selection of fantastic hotel choices for March from around the region, as seen, sampled and tested by our discerning Khiri Travel team on their travels to the region’s most exotic destinations.
Recognized by UNESCO as a multi-cultural heritage town, Hoi An is surrounded by waterways, rice paddies, quaint fishing villages and farms that can be easily visited on this fascinating bike tour.
Once a quiet riverside town off the well-trodden tourist trail, Chiang Khan has in recent years become a popular destination for Thai tourists due to its picturesque rural setting and cultural heritage.
Polwaththa Eco Lodges is the epitome of an eco-lodge; a labor of love that its owners have nurtured and successfully integrated into the local community, writes Gili Back, who recently visited this eco-idyll.
Known for its intricate history and cultural heritage, Vietnam is also blessed with a rich biodiversity that offers endless possibilities for outdoor adventure; like safaris, treks and forays into wildlife-rich national parks.
Situated between two mountain ranges 500m above sea level, Kandy’s colourful streets, colonial architecture, gardens and hillsides adorned with Buddhist relics, make for a real cycling adventure.
Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre not only helps to protect Cambodia’s wildlife, it is changing the way local people think about animals; an important step in saving endangered species from abuse and extinction.
A perfect conical shape, Adam’s Peak dominates the skyline of southwest Sri Lanka’s central highlands, a sacred landmark that comes alive during pilgrimage season as devotees flock to the mountain.