Khiri Travel Introduces Stylish Tuk Tuks for Guests

Khiri Travel has introduced special designer tuk tuks to its ground operations in Luang Prabang in Laos and Siem Reap in Cambodia. More than just transport, the stylish and comfortable motorized rickshaws have been designed to be an enjoyable part of the local holiday experience. With an Oriental style design and a Khiri driver and […]

Khiri Travel Wins Inbound Travel Operator of the Year Award

September 12, 2013 by | Filed Under: Adventure Travel, News, Our People, Press Release, Regional News

Mekong Tourism Alliance Awards, held this week in Vietnam.Mr. Hugues Springer of Khiri Travel Vietnam collected the award at the 9th International Tourism Expo (ITE HCMC) Vietnam Grand Opening Ceremony and Gala Dinner on 11 September in Ho Chi Minh City.The Mekong Tourism Alliance Awards (MTAA) recognize tourism excellence in five Mekong countries: Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, […]

Affordable Green Season Myanmar: Yes We Have Rooms

March 28, 2013 by | Filed Under: Authentic Experiences, Myanmar, News, Regional News

Khiri Travel Myanmar has put together a promotional tour, which offers reduced rates for a luxury trip through Myanmar with visits to Bagan and Inle Lake and a long stay at pristine Ngapali Beach. The best news is… there are plenty of rooms available and the price is only USD 300 per client — lower than […]

How to Dodge the Crowds at Angkor Wat

March 7, 2013 by | Filed Under: Authentic Experiences, Cambodia, News

Angkor Wat silhouetted against the setting sun is a popular photo desired by the hoards of tourists descending on this ancient temple in the afternoon heat. We have a more peaceful and picturesque way to photograph Angkor Wat.

Shwedagon Pagoda Trip Primes You for the Rest of Myanmar to Come

Instead of just paying a fee to take the lift up to the Shwedagon Pagoda, walking around and explaining the main part of the pagoda like most companies do, Khiri Travel Myanmar shows their clients what’s behind Shwedagon. “We give them a chance to interact with the locals in their daily life, living and working […]

1