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Luang Prabang: A Haven of Responsible Tourism Activities

May 21, 2018 by | Filed Under: Laos, Sustainability

On a recent trip to the royal city of Luang Prabang, Gili Back, Khiri Travel’s sustainability manager, found the city’s growing ecological awareness is making it a really fun destination for all the family.

Ho Xuan Huong - Xuan Huong Lake

Dalat: Vietnam’s Cool City of Eternal Spring

Known as the ‘City of Eternal Spring’, Dalat in Vietnam’s Central Highlands is the perfect all-year-round destination for outdoor enthusiasts, with elegant hotels, pine forests and excellent cuisine.

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International Day of Biological Diversity 2018

May 17, 2018 by | Filed Under: Laos, Sustainability

To celebrate International Day of Biological Diversity, Khiri Travel Laos will be holding its own special event in Phonsavanh village on May 22, to remove invasive water hyacinth from a canal and prevent flooding. Find out how you can help!

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YAANA CORPORATE CHALLENGE 2018: Chiang Mai

Companies and business leaders across Asia are being invited to join the 2nd YAANA Corporate Challenge, which will take place in Chiang Mai, Thailand, 21-23 September 2018.

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Cooking Up the Culinary Delights of Khmer Cuisine

May 15, 2018 by | Filed Under: Cambodia, Culinary, Special Interest

Khiri Travel Cambodia’s home cooking tour takes you on a journey into the world of Khmer cuisine, guided by our local chef – a passionate cook and writer, who advocates traditional Khmer recipes and ingredients.

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Learning the Secrets of Laotian Home Cooking

Khiri Travel Laos has a new tour in the royal city of Luang Prabang that will appeal to foodies with a fascination for authentic home cooking, unusual delicacies, and the unique culinary traditions of village life.

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Discovering the Tireless Work of Siem Reap’s NGOs

Beyond the tours to Angkor Wat and other popular attractions in Siem Reap, there’s a side of the town most visitors to Cambodia don’t get to see – the tireless work of local NGOs helping the rural poor.

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Trekking to Luang Prabang’s Tranquil Kuang Si Falls

Venture into the hills around Luang Prabang for a jungle-style picnic, learn local fishing and cooking techniques, swim in the turquoise pools of the Kuang Si Falls, and discover true meaning of tranquility.

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The Rural Beauty of Isaan’s Khong Chiam

Khong Chiam, the eastern-most town in Thailand, is a highlight of the Isaan region lying on the Mekong River, where visitors will find a beautiful wild terrain of mountains, forest and Mekong River life.

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Si Satchanalai: A Window on Thailand’s Ancient Past

May 10, 2018 by | Filed Under: Authentic Experiences, Thailand, Travel

For visitors to Sukhothai Province, Si Satchanalai Historical Park offers a fascinating insight into Thailand’s past, with ruins dating back to the 13th century when the Khmer Empire ruled over the Sukhothai region.