Khiri Reach promotes community-based tourism projects that create jobs and promotes culture.
Kandy, the second-largest city in Sri Lanka, is a beautiful city to explore with our homestay family.
Street food is a portal to a world of culinary heritage, so says Netflix’s new documentary series Streetfood, a fascinating look at the culinary talents of street vendors across Asia and the importance of street food.
With a focus on the people and their stories, explore the hidden parts of Hue often overlooked.
Khiri Travel’s ‘Southern Serendipity’ tour provides a whole new perspective on Sri Lankan village life.
Discover another side of Kandy at a local family home – a world away from the city’s famed temples.
Take time to learn about Lao cuisine, dare to experiment, and you’ll savor a rewarding experience.
Tucked away between Inle Lake and Kayin State is Kayah, an isolated region of ethnic hill tribes with unusual traditions and customs.
Travel to the green rice terraces of Mount Rinjani and discover the secrets of Lombok cuisine.
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.