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.
If you’re visiting one of Vietnam’s key travel hubs this year, Khiri Travel has some exciting alternative tours that take you off the well-trodden tourist trials to explore colorful local life, architecture and cuisine.
Full of pomp and splendor, a traditional Khmer wedding is one of the most colorful social events you are likely to see in Cambodia and a novel way to renew your wedding vows with a local ceremony.
Travel Writer Meg Sine blogs about a trip to Ho Chi Minh City, where she says finding the choicest street food is best done by motorbike, allowing you to beat the traffic and savor more for your time.
From waterfalls and jungle trails to city markets, ancient ruins and island idylls, Cambodia offers all sorts of outdoor opportunities for safe, family-friendly travel with a growing hotel infrastructure.
In Bali, one type of wedding custom is known as ngerorod, which is basically a very dramatic way to flee from kidnappers.