A new hospitality-training center in Mae Sot provides career opportunities for Karen youth besides being a great destination for sustainable tourism.
Here is the compelling narrative of Lim Muy Theam who had to flee the Khmer Rouge and his war ravaged country. After attending top schools, he forfeited a promising Paris art career, but why?
The Chiang Mai branch office team recently attended a CPR/First Aid safety training session at McCormick hospital as part of Khiri Travel’s ongoing process to adhere to Travelife sustainability certification.
Zaw Min Oo “Jack” of Khiri Travel Myanmar Sales & Marketing Department writes about the first aid training he and his colleagues underwent at the Myanmar Red Cross in Yangon and the importance of first aid skills in many different situations.
Here is a blog from Win Htet Htet Thu of Khiri Travel Myanmar’s Operations Department. She tells her story about her and other Myanmar staffers taking an English class from a native speaker to learn effective email writing.
Thirty-one Khiri Travel tour guides from around Thailand received safety and responsible tourism training on 3 October in Bangkok. Khiri Travel brought in an external medical practices company to teach CPR and held a session on responsible tourism.
With only a few days to go until the final examination, time is running out. This month has seen the trainees take on more of a leadership role, leading the walks themselves instead of relying on the training team to prompt them as to what to say.
Judith Schneider describes the way how Khiri Travel makes sure that our visits to the villages are welcomed by the communities and benefit all parties involved.