Kotagede, a historic neighborhood of Yogyakarta, is the perfect place to get lost in; wondering down its maze of alleyways, narrow streets, exploring what was once the splendor of Java’s Mataram Kingdom.
“Our aim is to the show the hidden, quiet or often over-looked authentic experiences of this amazing country,” says Herman Hoven, Khiri Travel Country Manager for Indonesia.
As Myanmar goes to the polls on November 8, ten people in its tourism sector pinpoint how the radical changes in the country since 2011 have affected them and what their hopes are for the future.
Laos has a lot to offer the eager traveler: the untainted beauty of its mountains, its ancient temples, the hidden villages lost in time, the wild adventure of its treks. There are two other reasons to visit a country often forgotten in the midst – and mists — of Southeast Asia: humility and perspective.
Visitors often see Bangkok as an enormous modern metropolis, full of expressways, massive department stores and skyscrapers, but there is another (more hidden) side which clearly shows the origins of a people who still believe in traditions from years gone by. Let the video introduce you to this ancient side of Bangkok. From the Giant […]
Before the advent of large resorts and tourism, Phuket was a mining island. Tin was extracted from the hills of Tungka and Kathu.
Khiri Travel is offering a seven-day travel agent familiarization trip that explores the evolution of Thai civilization. The “Into the Thai Heartland” trip will bring to life the historic cultural