Famed for their tongkonan houses, animist beliefs and elaborate funeral rituals, the Torajan people of South Sulawesi’s highlands are also expert coffee growers, producing a highly sort-after Arabica.
Soar above the sites of Sri Lanka’s cultural triangle. There is no steering this hot air balloon so each trip with breath-taking aerial views is unique and exhilarating.
Meet Mrs. Kin Thida from our operations in Cambodia. She’s a real fan of the Cambodian homestays and can induce mouthwatering anticipation in traveler’s taste buds to try some delicious traditional Cambodian foods.
Embracing sustainability sometimes means to slow down and appreciate cultural sites at a slower pace by walking or bicycling. In this way old town Hoi An can protect its healthy environment.
Bunseun You, Branch Manager in our office in Siem Reap blogs about Khmer New Year celebrations at the Banteay Chhmar Tented Camp and around Cambodia. Staying at the camp around the Angkorian temples in April, gives travelers a unique option to join the locals in their celebrations!