Picture perfect islands, a rich tapestry of temples and jungles that host some of the rarest species of animal on the planet.
The seemingly endless amount of ancient monuments provide an entire photo album's worth of moments to capture, and unlike a lot of South East-Asia it feels completely untouched from modern tourism and western influence.
Best suited for those who love untamed natural beauty, ancient history and walking off the beaten path.
There’s no more iconic temple in the world so Angkor Wat is a must for all who visit. Instead of making the classic mistake of rushing through Cambodia's legendary temples, have expert local guides help you truly unvail the magic of the temples with ornate details other tourists will miss in a haste. This 2 day small and big circuit tour packs a week worth of exploring into 2 days of concentrated, culture vulture fun.
By Jayme Lei
I visited Cambodia for 3 weeks before I went on to Vietnam, and I would visit again in a heartbeat. The friendliness of the people who call it home with their smiles and respectful greetings, they are some of the most genuine people I have met, helping to make this one of my favourite countries. The best time to visit is November - April, although I travelled in May and was lucky enough not to get hit with much rain and as it was the end of their peak season most of the attractions were not packed with visitors.read more
Staggering natural beauty complimented with vibrant bustling streets and fusion cuisine.
Myanmar (otherwise known as Bhurma), has an otherworldly charm that cannot be captured through camera.
“The Land Of Smiles” is famous for its warm weather and equally warm hospitality.