Southeast Asia is well known for its ubiquitous and varied means of transport, and in Laos the mighty Mekong River is one of the best ways to see its rural villages, ancient temples, and stunning mountain landscape.
If you’re looking for a true island getaway, then there’s no better place to start than Bali’s eastern neighbour, Lombok, where you can take a local ferry to the tiny Gili Islands, a modern-day paradise, sans cars.
If you are fit, healthy, informed of the risks and have a spirit for adventure, then traveling by public bus in Laos is the best way to share a journey with local people; offering unique insight into their daily lives.
Experience the culture of Myanmar from a new perspective with one of our adventure tours in Shan State, including a trek to meet hill tribes, a rural kayaking expedition and a visit to a local winery.
Whether you’re cruising one of the many rivers, bussing it, or renting a motorbike, traveling in Laos is always a thrill – a country with a spectacular topography that makes getting around a unique part of the adventure.
Thais call these boats, “long tails” because of the long propeller shaft that extends from the large engine sitting at the stern of the boat. Long tails are an important mode of transport by locals all over the Andaman region.
Like many parts of Asia, Cambodia offers a cornucopia of colorful transport options that are often the best way to see the local side of life – from tuk tuks to cyclos and nori trains, or the slow and steady rotei.
A trip to any new destination is always and adventure, but when visitors discover a city via local transport there’s so much more to take away than museums and monuments.
Here is a nice convenience offered to allow your traveling clients to use Wi-Fi for their important connections and communications.
Experience a must see destination and slice of Thai life from the past: canals and the transportation and commercial activity these waterways created.