Three historical periods in Cambodia’s past inspired the architectural highlights of this country, arguably the most magnificent in Southeast Asia.
Colonial architecture meets Chinese pagoda. Modern skyscraper meet Old Quarter. Asian flavors meet French baguettes. Go local in Vietnam’s cities and see it all.
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.
Yangon’s city silhouette is a combination of fine colonial architecture with traditional and modern cultural influences that give the city a distinctive character.
“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.
Tour Guide, Mr. Pyo Thet Aung, is young in age but already possesses successful skills in communication, understanding cultural norms, and an ability to negotiate compromises.
Join an innovative small group tour in Hanoi and HCMC that traces a unique journey through Vietnamese modern history as told through the eyes of local artists.
Shwedagon Pagoda is not only the most famous icon of Myanmar, this golden monument in Yangon is a highly revered site for Buddhist pilgrims from near and far.
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.
Bali’s reputation as a beautiful tropical island paradise is only part of the story. The most iconic destination of the whole archipelago, Bali’s soul is inextricably linked with its rich cultural heritage of royal Hindu kingdoms.