Khiri Reach, the charitable arm of Khiri Travel, has been active helping communities in Asia impacted by the Covid-19 crisis.
Many staff in the Siem Reap office are now my friends outside of work and we often gather together.
What I especially like is the awesome team I can work with.
When I’m not on tour I go to the tree market to buy some trees and find some new ideas to decorate my garden at home.
I miss giving tours and showing off the beautiful natural forest and rivers of my country, explaining and sharing our culture and traditions.
I feel like I can introduce the ways of local people’s lifestyle, Burmese traditional breakfast, different religions, fortune-telling.
One day when I hang up my boots, I want others to say that he did a great job with a lot of passion.
The main idea behind all of our products is to allow visitors to authentic and far away from mass tourism and helping local families.
Khiri Reach promotes community-based tourism projects that create jobs and promotes culture.
One of the last frontiers of exploration in Myanmar, eastern Shan State is rarely visited by outsiders.