The holiday retreat you’ve been looking forward to is FINALLY here. After months of planning and waiting, you arrive at your dream destination with great ambitions of being greeted with serenity… But instead, you are met with people asking: ‘hotel?’ ‘massage?’ ‘taxi?’ and let’s not forget the streets strewn with big buses, small vans and … Continue reading In Support of Community-Based Tourism?
So unknown are these mysterious waterfalls that even the locals have not named them. I was very impressed how the team at Myanmar Adventure Outfitters discovered them while exploring the Shan state, from train rides, riding around and some map apps. The two spectacular waterfalls are nicknamed Hidden Tiger Falls and Dark Horse Falls. Day … Continue reading Tripper’s Review #3 |The Hidden Falls of Shan State
Situated along National Highway No 6. that connects Phnom Penh and Siem Reap is the district of Baray. And in Baray, there is a brightly coloured house with a brightly coloured gate housing a variety of homestay accommodations, and a cafe that serves one of the best home-cooked meals away from home. Khmer Homestay Baray … Continue reading A home between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap // Baray, Cambodia
With all due respect to the Tonle Sap, we will begin with a very brief geeky introduction of the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. The Tonle Sap stretches southeast to join the Mekong River at Phnom Penh. It is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, and it changes in form depending on the wet and … Continue reading 5 ways living on water is different from living on land // Tonle Sap, Cambodia