In Bali, one type of wedding custom is known as ngerorod, which is basically a very dramatic way to flee from kidnappers.
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.
Visitors to Thailand can indulge in a wonderful array of spa treatments to promote wellness such as Thai massage or a simple, but relaxing foot massage.
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.
In the evening the aroma of burning incense welcomes visitors at the gate of Shwedagon Pagoda. The neighbourhood streets fill with people out for a stroll or to seek out Yangon’s growing nightlife scene.
Sri Lanka is a shopper’s paradise. The country’s rich natural resources and traditional arts provide a bounty of souvenir possibilities. But shop smart and know the rules.
Thailand’s New Year festival or Songkran holiday in April is a riot of a good time and a water celebration that can be enjoyed by everyone, Thais and travelers alike.
Some food trends around the world come and go, while some really stick around and become more then a trend. Take for example Thai food, a novelty up till only 20 years ago, yet so common in any town around the world nowadays. Other popular food trends have been the food trucks, healthy and organic […]
In this weekly series counting down to the Myanmar General Election on November 8, we hear the story of Ms. Tin Tin who can send her two sons to university because of her cooking school.