Tea for Vietnamese people means free flowing and refreshing. This ubiquitous and traditional beverage is served everywhere and enjoyed by all sectors of the population.
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.
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.
If you really want to experience the true tastes of Sri Lanka, let Khiri Travel guide you into the local community to experience the authentic cuisine with a Sri Lankan family – the delicious flavors of home-cooked cuisine!
Learn the secrets of Sri Lanka’s spice trade with Khiri Travel’s tour to meet spice traders in the town of Galle where you will be enlightened on how make that perfect aromatic blend of savory curry mixes.
For something a little out of the ordinary, why not try one of our unique day tours; like our enjoyable boat ride and picnic lunch; a morning walk in Luang Prabang, or a cycling tour of Pakse – the choice is yours!
This unique tour into the rice fields of rural Laos is a wonderful opportunity to try your hand at plowing and learn about rice production, followed by a fascinating workshop in silk weaving and spinning.
According to Khiri Travel Sri Lanka’s GM, not only is the country one of the safest for families to travel in, there’s something for everyone – from its ancient ruins and exquisite cuisine to spectacular sun-drenched beaches.
Phnom Penh might not be top of your list of destinations for family fun, but in fact this colorful city offers families all sorts of activities, like our cooking class tour that also takes you exploring the river by boat.
Located in the heart of the Indochinese Peninsula, the mountainous terrain and perilous winding roads of Laos make any bus journey into the clouds a trip to remember, writes Ryan van Velzer.