Si Phan Don is arguably the most peaceful region of Laos, a beautifully rural backwater where the Mekong River becomes a vast inland sea, carving the land into an archipelago of tiny islets.
Angthong National Marine Park, a beautiful archipelago of 42 emerald green islands, is an adventure playground with endless opportunities for climbing, kayaking, and hiking along unexplored jungle trails.
Indonesia’s diversity ensures it endless potential as a holiday destination, like the islands of Karimunjava, a new beach idyll of extraordinary beauty in the Karimunjava National Park.
Best known for being the gateway to Komodo National Park, Flores’ stunning mountain terrain, volcanic lakes, dense jungle and isolated indigenous tribes offer all sorts of opportunities for adventure.
It’s unlikely Cambodia would be top of your beach holiday bucket list and yet it has several untouched islands with palm-fringed beaches that rival some of the best in the world…
Galle city on the southwestern tip of Sri Lanka, built by the Portuguese, is one of the region’s best examples of a fortified city with a fascinating synergy of colonial and native architectural styles.
Remote mountain scenery, energetic trekking and helping Balinese people in underprivileged villages add up to a rewarding experience in responsible tourism.
Island shopping or country hopping, no need to cross borders with our list of the best “undiscovered” island paradises of Thailand and Cambodia!
“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.
Two beach resort islands off the southwest coast of Thailand at Ranong offer a slower pace of life. Located just north of Phuket Island, Koh Chang and Koh Phayam are small, friendly beach paradises.