As the New Year approaches we have listed out a few options to help you plan the last night of the year! Don't forget to check our Experiences section as well for some interesting activities.
Detente and Dancing: the perfect combinationKoh Rong island, off the coast of Sihanoukville, is a backpacker haven in Southeast Asia one of the most visited destinations in Cambodia. Travelers can expect white sand beaches and clear waters to swim, quiet jungles to trek through as well as all-night-long parties to dance. It also has a plenty of activities to do as well as a relaxing ambience if you just wish to relax. (more…)
Looking for something unusual to enjoy as you travel or live in Southeast Asia? Throughout the year there are plenty of festivals in Cambodia, Thailand or Vietnam. Check out some ideas of places to party and hear good music, meet interesting people and explore arts and culture! (more…)
Normally bypassed or used just as a gateway to Laos, Vientiane has more to offer for a traveller willing to stay for a couple of days. Wind down along the Mekong riverbank with a beerlao in your hand or sit down at one of the many restaurants to try some delicious Laotian food. Walk around and explore this relaxed city, way smaller than other Southeast Asian capitals and plan the rest of your trip. (more…)
1. Saving animals from exploitationCambodia, being a tropical country, has a wide variety of wildlife species in its habit. Unfortunately, like many other countries, with the changes in natural landscape many animals are in risk of extinction. The incredible Wildlife Centre in Phnom Tamao gives travellers an opportunity to witness a project which is saving hundreds of animals from exploitation. (more…)
1. Arrival in SaigonFreshly arrived in Saigon 2 months ago, we already fell in love with this city! :) First surprise : the traffic. Being French, we usually do not see so many motorbikes on the road. We were especially shocked by the fact that they don’t stop at every red light or overtake the bus at less than 20 centimeters. (more…)