Nearly 40 years ago, when some of the first foreigners began traveling to the Indonesian Island of Lombok, a local English teacher was their first contact; today Mr Radiah is still welcoming visitors.
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.
The history of Laos is inextricably tied to their national emblem, the elephant. Learn how tourism can help protect and conserve these endangered animals.
A new hospitality-training center in Mae Sot provides career opportunities for Karen youth besides being a great destination for sustainable tourism.
Silk Air, a subsidiary of Singaporean Air, will begin weekly air transport to Luang Prabang and Vientiane from Singapore in October 2016 and become only the second pan ASEAN airline to service the growing international market and tourism sector in Laos.
Yaana Ventures has been launched as the new name for the diversified tourism and hospitality entity, formerly known as Khiri Group
Tour Guide, Mr. Pyo Thet Aung, is young in age but already possesses successful skills in communication, understanding cultural norms, and an ability to negotiate compromises.
Join a tour around the region to learn how ecotourism can make visiting a national park beneficial to travelers, local communities and the wild inhabitants.
As Myanmar goes to the polls on November 8, ten people in its tourism sector pinpoint how the radical changes in the country since 2011 have affected them and what their hopes are for the future.
Khun Pim from our Khiri Chiang Mai office interviewed Mr. Pannapas Intawiwat (Khun Song), owner of SukSang Tours about how they handle popular tours that involve elephant interactions.