Not only is Yogyakarta the cultural seat of Java, it’s home to the city’s shopping mecca Malioboro Street where visitors can browse endlessly for bargains, dine and be exquisitely entertained.
In the early morning, Phnom Penh’s Central Market – or Phsar Tmai as the locals call it – is a coming and going of local sellers and buyers of all kinds. It is exactly here where we start our food walking tour. The phsar, (from “bazaar”), is
While many visitors to Thailand head straight for Phuket’s beaches, there’s a wealth of history, culture and cuisine to be discovered in the quaint and colorful streets of Phuket Old Town.
Badung and Kumbasari markets are two of the oldest and busiest markets in Denpasar, Bali. They are the perfect place to get a real feel of the daily life of the Balinese people.
Help us encourage travelers to go beyond Bagan and spread their support to Myanmar people. Due to serious drought in Bagan’s surrounding villages, a campaign to build water wells funded by donations and responsible travel was initiated by Khiri Travel Myanmar and our guests.
Located in the middle of Phnom Penh, the Pshar Thmey, known as the central or grand market in Khmer, is housed in a sprawling and beautifully restored art deco building built in 1937 by French architect Louis Chauchon
One of the most popular markets on a visit to Laos is the night market in Luang Prabang. Each night, local vendors set up this portable shopping and souvenir bonanza under a series of tents that stretch the length of the Old Town’s main thoroughfare.
A great way to explore Cambodia’s capital as it transforms from wild frontier town to a hub of culture, food and hotels is taking a walk through the myriad of busy streets. Through crowded markets and busy roads, take in the heady mixture of colonial architecture and hectic traffic while sampling some local delights along the way.
Inle Lake in eastern Myanmar’s Shan State is located in a valley, surrounded by mountains. hill tribe people, who dwell in the mountains
Local markets are absolutely an important part of the Lao experience. Although the authentic street markets are slowly disappearing and being replaced by modern supermarkets and shopping malls, they remain a pillar of the Southeast Asian culture.