Killing Fields Mass Grave Cambodia


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CAMBODIA

Why it is Important to Visit the Killing Fields and S21 Prison in Cambodia

By on 17/04/2017
Sites like the Killing Fields and Prison S21 from the Cambodian Genocide have been labelled as 'Dark Tourism'. But they are a lot more than that...
Things to do Myanmar Bagan Temples Burma


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MYANMAR

Top 6 Things to Do in Myanmar (that will make you fall in love with it)

By on 14/04/2017
From ancient archeological sites, to emerald landscapes and a multitude of ethnicities, each with their unique way of life. Here are my top picks of things to see and do in Myanmar that will make you fall in love with this magical country.
Vang Vieng Mountains, Laos


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ECOTOURISM LAOS

Vang Vieng: From Hedonism to Sustainable Tourism

By on 02/04/2017

You may know Vang Vieng as the former party capital of South East Asia. Chances are, you may have heard about it from friends, or even in the news. Likely about ‘another’ traveller’s tragic death. But after a strict government crackdown, the town has now shed its old reputation,…

Railway crossing at Gokteik Viaduct, Myanmar Burma


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ECOTOURISM MYANMAR

The Great Myanmar Railway Journey (not for the faint hearted)

By on 01/04/2017

‘Don’t lean out any further,’ I heard a voice behind me say. ‘It’s a 100 metre drop.’ I was standing on the steps of the carriage with the door open as we crossed the Gokteik Viaduct, Myanmar’s tallest and most spectacular railway bridge, over a deep river gorge. Every…

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