The Khiri Travel Myanmar team spent a few days inspecting the tropical beaches of southwest Myanmar; staying in Ngapali, Maung Shwe Lay, and observing the daily lives of locals.
For an adventure off the well-worn tourist trails, head with us to the charming island of Koh Klang and meet the people of this lively fishing community, renowned for their unique handmade arts and crafts.
Enter another world with our soft adventure trek into Pu Luong Nature Reserve high in the mountains of North Vietnam, home to colorful ethnic hill tribes and an awe-inspiring landscape.
A wonderful and caring Sri Lankan couple serves travelers a picnic lunch of Sri Lankan home cooking in the heart of Sri Lanka’s first ancient capital.
Journey to Java, Indonesia, to two port cities made famous during the era of the Dutch East India Company and the notorious sea trade routes to the Spice Islands.
Myanmar is opening up to the outside world and community-based tourism is a growing trend. Travelers can really make a difference by seeking opportunities to have friendly exchanges with the local population and use their tourism dollars to directly benefit CBT projects.
For responsible shopping, look for the OTOP logo, One Tambon One Product, a Thai nationwide sustainable development project to produce authentic local products.
Edwin Briels introduces a CBT product in tribal areas of Myanmar featuring visits to Kalaw, Inle Lake and remote villages inhabited by Kayan women wearing neck rings.
The remote location and intimate access truly make a visit to the active archeological site at Banteay Chhmar temple complex something your travelers will never forget.
Khiri Travel received an honorable mention as runner up in the Most Inspiring Responsible Tourism Operator category.