For families planning a holiday, Southeast Asia offers endless opportunities to have fun and build memories. Children of all ages will gasp with astonishment at the sight of beautiful temples and palaces, and will giggle with delight at a chance to feed and bathe elephants. Here are a list of top recommended activities for families with children in countries throughout Southeast Asia! Explore Angkor Wat. Few sights ignite the imagination like the ancient ornate towers of Angkor Wat. Angkor Wat is the largest religious monument on the planet, covering an astonishing 162.2 hectares of Cambodian jungle. There are many fanciful… Read More!
Nine days and eight nights of incomparable sumptuousness and comfort. That was the promise that Exotic Voyages made to Forbes luxury travel writer Jim Dobson. In July this year, EV invited Dobson on an all-expenses paid trip to Thailand in order to put its services to the test, “James Bond style.” Dobson has been globetrotting for more than 30 years and has visited over 80 countries, and regularly travels alongside the rich and famous—so Exotic Voyages knew that his trip would be the ultimate litmus test. Now EV is pleased to announce that Dobson has returned from his trip and… Read More!
Imagine yourself sitting on the soft blanket on a silky sand beach instead of the sofa at home. Imagine the ocean waves tapping on your feet and feel the warm sunshine instead of standing on the carpet and preparing the holiday feast. Why not choose a holiday getaway to the Southeast Asia instead of an ordinary day off at home by the TV? For us, we are totally captivated by these 4 amazing beaches that any beach-lovers should have in their bucket list. Raja Ampat, Indonesia The island chain situates near Sorong city, and comprise about 1000 islands of sublime… Read More!
In any given location over the course of a year, you can expect quite a bit of variation in terms of weather. That is even true in the most temperate locations. So if you are planning a trip to Asia, you may be concerned about running into extremely hot or cold temperatures or even monsoons or typhoons. Any time during the year, however, there are destinations in Asia where you can enjoy warm, sunny days—in essence, an endless summer.Imagine you have an entire year to explore Asia. Where should you head to every month to enjoy the best summer weather… Read More!
Most Asian countries have the traditional belief that how you greet the New Year will set a precedent for the following 365 days. So people often forget of the stress of normal life and prepare the best attitude to welcome the New Year. In Asia, the wide array of myriad of culture and scenery promise that there is always something that fit for every type of travelers and that you always find something new here. For the New Year, you can find the perfect way to celebrate the event whether in revelry of crowd party of fireworks and lots of… Read More!
Do you know how Asian spend their Christmas? We don’t exactly have turkey, candles lit and eggnog like in the Western countries, but we do appreciate and celebrate Christmas in compassion with others. Let’s walk across Asia to see exactly how people celebrate Christmas. Our first stop is Hong Kong. This is a must-go destination to spend your Christmas out of home. Christmas is a public holiday in Hong Kong and also coincides with Ta Chiu – the Taoist festival of renewal and peace. Can you see the similarity? During Ta Chiu, Hong Kong people prays and exhort all the… Read More!
Searching for a haven of tranquility where you can retreat from the stresses of everyday life and embark on a journey of wellness and self-discovery? Thailand offers some of the finest yoga retreats in the world. At any of these luxurious respites, you can practice yoga with top experts, delight in delicious health-conscious cuisine, and meditate and relax in serene accommodations surrounded by the lush beauty of verdant jungles.In this article, we’re going to share some of the most exciting yoga retreat destinations in Thailand with you. But first, let’s talk a little more about travelling to Thailand to do… Read More!
The year end, according to ancient culture of most Asian countries, is the time to finish harvesting the field and relax until spring comes. Therefore, it is also the most festive time, as people are free to celebrate the year in a colorful and cheerful way. Come join us on the adventure from several countries of the Southeast Asia, and glimpse at what kind of celebration they will have. Atiatihan – Philippines The festival celebrates the story of intertribal acceptance and unity of Philippines. In the 13th century, Malay refugees were allowed to settle in the land of the darker-skinned… Read More!