With Sri Lanka destined to become a world-class destination, Khiri Travel engages travelers in a much more authentic experience of this stunning country that transcends the humdrum sightseeing experience.
Known as the ‘Fire Mountain’, Mount Merapi in central Java is Indonesia’s most active volcano, which locals believe lies on a mythical axis that keeps our world and the spirit world in balance.
Vientiane may be smaller than most Southeast Asian capitals, but its size belies the variety of cultural attractions to be found, not just in the city, but also in neighboring rural communities.
Historically, Cambodia has always shunned the tacky mass-market souvenir trade, opting instead for its own locally made brands some of which provide a sustainable source of income for those in need.
In Bali, one type of wedding custom is known as ngerorod, which is basically a very dramatic way to flee from kidnappers.
Remote mountain scenery, energetic trekking and helping Balinese people in underprivileged villages add up to a rewarding experience in responsible tourism.
Sumba Island in Indonesia is the location for a wild, animist festival called Pasola. Don’t’ miss this semi annual event that involves a medieval-type contest with spears and horses.
In October, Herman, Wiwi and Chelly from Khiri Travel Indonesia in Bali were invited to join in a unique temple ceremony, purification ritual and colorful procession in northern Bali.
Discover the unique murals inside Wat Ming Muang in Nan Town – one of the must-see in the province. Famous for its elaborate ubosot with beautiful carved stucco exterior.
Marc Ruffet, Khiri Thailand Commercial Manager discusses how Khiri differentiates itself in from others in the DMC market in product development.