Soggy Songkran

October 3, 2014 by | Filed Under: Festivals, Travel

For the three days of Songkran, the traditional Thai New Year’s celebration, the entire city of Bangkok turns into one huge water fight.

Khao Sok National Park: A Family Mountain Escape from Island Paradise

June 19, 2014 by | Filed Under: Travel

Phuket is great if you love the beach. It is also great if you love little Thai girls or ladyboys. But Phuket is actually much more than that, as a lot of expats can tell you. (Expats are the ones that are actually not tan) But I´m not exactly writing about Phuket am I? That´s […]

Khiri Travel’s Agritourism Options Across the Mekong Region

April 11, 2013 by | Filed Under: Adventure Travel, News, Special Interest

Khiri Travel prides itself on four themes: travel for discovery, family focused travel, big highlights done right (such as Angkor or the Grand Palace in Bangkok), and community immersion. This month we’d like to share with clients the range of great agricultural tourism (agritourism) products available across the Greater Mekong region with Khiri Travel. Khiri […]

Bagan Ghosts, Superstitious Kings & Brutal Conquerors

February 7, 2013 by | Filed Under: Authentic Experiences, Myanmar, News

The history of the Bagan temples and the Bagan kingdom does not only have a sunny side from the glory days. There was a lot of bloodshed and treachery in Bagan’s fabled past too. During this half day tour, our guide will show you places with a spooky history and tell you hair-rising myths and […]

Family Time at Myanmar’s Thingyan Water Festival

by | Filed Under: Festivals, Myanmar, News

Thingyan is a fun and often wild festival which is celebrated all around the country. Especially in Mandalay and in Yangon everybody throws water on everybody for four days from morning until the evening. Big (and small) stages are built around the city with a row of water pipes in the front to hose everybody […]