These islands have the richest marine biodiversity in the world. Divers have discovered the region but it’s still an adventure for the average traveller.
In the first capital of Siam, there’s a wonderful collection of historic monuments from this great city.
I went to this off-the-path World Heritage Site and was disappointed with what was left. Luckily, amongst the ruins, I found something even better!
It’s been more than a hundred years since the last Burmese King lived in the Royal Palace of Mandalay. But now it’s been restored for visitors.
The backpacker retreat of Sihanoukville is an interesting place to watch the social interactions of the backpackers. It all centres on Serendipity Beach.
The ancient Khmer temple of Preah Vihear is at the centre of a long-running dispute between Thailand and Cambodia that’s left many soldiers dead.
This relic of this cheap of simple Cambodian transport system can still be experienced in one part of the country. Here at the Battambang Bamboo Train.
The things to do in Cambodia’s second-largest city aren’t immediately obvious but, with a good guide, you’ll find the best to see.
I always thought Daruma dolls looked grumpy and unhappy. But at the temple where they were created, I learn there’s much more to them than that.