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.
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.