Khiri Travel Blog
While you may only be spending a few days in Bangkok, take time out to discover this sprawling Thai capital’s rich cultural heritage with Khiri Travel’s tour to ancient teak palaces, mansions and fascinating museums.
Check out our selection of fantastic hotel choices for August from around the region, as seen and experienced by our discerning Khiri Travel team during their travels to the region’s most captivating destinations.
Meet Mr Anh, Khiri Travel Vietnam’s top guide in Hue and a native of the city, who talks about its identity, its cultural influences, the importance of its arts, and things you won’t find in the guide books.
In support of World Oceans Day, Khiri Travel Indonesia has launched a conservation and restoration project on Gili Gede, a tiny island paradise off southwest Lombok, aimed at preventing its environmental degradation.
Tanjung Puting National Park in Central Borneo is a remarkable place – a protected tropical coastal heath and peat-swamp forest that is home of the unique, iconic Bornean orangutan and other rare species of wildlife.
A conservation project in Kanchanaburi Province is not just returning commercial land to its wild state, it is the last wildlife corridor for animals to pass between the Salakphra Wildlife Sanctuary and the Kwae Yai River, writes Koen Olie.
Southeast Asia is well known for its ubiquitous and varied means of transport, and in Laos the mighty Mekong River is one of the best ways to see its rural villages, ancient temples, and stunning mountain landscape.
It’s not often you get to experience a foreign city from the perspective of its locals, but in Kandy, Sri Lanka’s last capital of ancient kings, you can do just that with Khiri Travel’s tour seen through the eyes of your local family hosts.
Explore Koh Pdao by bike one of the largest islands in the Mekong River, a place without roads, where community spirit is strong and visitors find themselves constantly invited by friendly locals into their homes.
A spectacular region known for its trekking, the Danu Trails is a network of hiking routes in Myanmar’s Shan Hills that is home to pristine forests, rural valleys and the friendly isolated communities of the ethnic Danu people.