From Buddhist temples to Communist monuments, sailing through limestone outcrops to cruising along narrow delta canals, trekking in the highlands or exploring sacred caves, Southeast Asia really does have it all. Add to this idyllic beaches, a tempting mix of Asian and French cuisine and Angkor, one of the world’s most spectacular prehistoric temple complexes, and you have yourself the perfect holiday destination.
Karen Peak from our Australia team recently travelled to Siem Reap in Cambodia. She visited the amazing temple complex and soon discovered that there’s a lot more to see in Siem Reap than Angkor Wat … though Angkor Wat stil … Continue reading
A member of our team went to Laos and had these incredible photos to share. Despite increasing interest from travellers all over the world, Laos remains one of Southeast Asia’s most pristine destinations, a region that seems to have retained … Continue reading
Laos has been one of Southeast Asia‘s best-kept secrets for many years, and although it is now becoming more sought-after, its pristine landscapes, unspoiled culture and friendly locals remain. Watch today’s Video of the Week, but be warned – this … Continue reading
A remnant of the Khmer Empire of Cambodia, Angkor is a huge temple complex centred on the temple of Angkor Wat, one of the largest Hindu temples in the world. Immediately recognisable and utterly exotic, this is another of those … Continue reading
We love travel videos at The Inside Track, and we particularly love videos like this one. Take a look at this window on Vietnam – we defy you not to feel like packing your bags immediately! So Viet from Aquil’tour … Continue reading
Retaining elements of culture and tradition in ways that many Southeast Asian nations haven’t, Myanmar (or Burma) retains the aura of a bygone era. With vibrant markets and festivals, friendly local people, diverse landscapes and exquisite temples, you’ll find plenty … Continue reading
It’s part 2 of our series on the best places to see in 2013. What’s top of your travel list for 2013? Check out Part 1 in the series for more inspiration. 7. Russia With a rich history stretching back … Continue reading
Burma – also known as Myanmar – has retained elements of culture and tradition in a way that many of its Asian neighbours haven’t done. With vibrant festivals and markets, exquisite temples, diverse landscapes and friendly local people, Burma retains … Continue reading
Today we’re exploring further in Southeast Asia with our guest blogger Clare Kendall. Check out these great images from Siem Reap and Angkor Wat!
When it comes to the Top 10 World Wonders, (or even ten top world wonders, not even the top ten) opinion is no doubt divided. But we’re sure no one can really disagree that these are some of the world’s … Continue reading