Travel in Indochina is Getting Easier by the Day

April 29, 2015 by | Filed Under: Cambodia, Indochina, Laos, News, Regional News, Vietnam

Our teams frequently are asked questions about road conditions, border crossings, visa and other overland travel facts and figures. This FAQ gives you the latest news on cross-country travel in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam.

The Lost Art of Hand-painted Signboards in Cambodia

June 16, 2014 by | Filed Under: Authentic Experiences, Travel

At Khiri Travel Cambodia we are intrigued by the story behind the unique art form of hand-painted signboards. We want to emphasize the few shops that can still be found in the back alleys of Battambang and Phnom Penh. Here is some history behind the origins and value of hand-painted signboards. Back in the 1920s […]

Grapes and Palms in the Battambang Countryside

The only vineyards in Cambodia are located in Battambang on the road between the Angkorian temple of Phnom Banan and the city of Battambang. Each year the winery produces several thousands bottles of red and white wines, Cambodian brandy and fresh grape juice. Several long vineyards are located behind a colorful outhouse. This is also […]

Khmer Rouge Legacy in Battambang

August 8, 2013 by | Filed Under: Adventure Travel, Authentic Experiences, Cambodia, News

During one of our day tours around Battambang we take a ride on the bamboo train, visit seldom seen temples and learn how the locals live. We also visit the Killing Caves of Phnom Sompov and gain a deeper insight into Cambodia’s dark days under Pol Pot. Guided by a knowledgeable guide, we visit Ta […]

Legacy of Conflict: The Indochina War Trail

The people of Indochina have seen many decades of disturbances. Colonialists, communists, and despotic leaders have all tried to exploit the wonderful people and their fertile land. Today, new generations are moving forward and borders are once again open to the public. Clients with a special interest in the battles that took place in the […]