Michael Healy from our travel office in the USA has important words to share about the problem and workable solutions for overcrowding at iconic destinations in Southeast Asia. One of the aspects of responsible tourism is visitor dispersion.
Our teams frequently are asked questions about road conditions, border crossings, visa and other overland travel facts and figures. This FAQ gives you the latest news on cross-country travel in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam.
Enjoy a heartwarming example of the power of community-based tourism (CBT) and its positive impacts on a Cambodian farmer. Here is Mr. Teng’s story.
“It was like the ice bucket challenge – in real life!” Did you ever think one day you would like to change your lifestyle? I guess there are many things we can try to go outside of our comfort zone and escape the familiar. Some people may think about the chance to go stay in a luxury resort or a beautiful hotel. In my country, I would recommend you to experience a homestay.
Khiri Travel Cambodia is very proud to have helped start Sambor Prei Kuk homestay project in Kampong Thom. Kampong Thom is roughly halfway between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh on highway no.6 that runs north of the Tonle Sap Lake.
Every month, we put the Spotlight On one of the key players that make it happen for your privileged clients. This month we spoke with Linda Oum, Deputy Manager, Khiri Travel Cambodia
n Cambodia more than 80% of the country’s 14 million people work as farmers, growing rice as their main crop. Almost two-thirds of the rural population depends mainly on rice farming.
For the last three years he has worked in conjunction with Khiri Travel for the prosperity of his community.
For the 2nd year, Khiri Travel has been proud to work with Global Explorers (GEx), to help young Americans experience Asia with constructive hands-on activities at community level. In June, some 30 high school students, six teachers and three GEx staff traveled
Khiri Reach, the not-for-profit arm of Khiri Travel, and GTZ (German Development Cooperation), have launched a community tourism project to promote the little-known