Soft sand, beautiful sunset, swaying palms, secluded beaches, Thailand has all the ingredients you need for a tropical honeymoon. If you are looking for a romantic getaway to married life or you want to treat your new spouse special, here are a few things to spark the romance. 1. Book a private table and cruise around Bangkok Most travelers start and end their Thailand holidays in Bangkok, that means this city has so many things to offer, especially with a couple. You can find a numerous of nice places for a romantic dinner here but nothing likes looking at your… Read More!
We might not need to talk more how beautiful the beaches of Koh Samui are, they are famous worldwide. Besides beach activities such as scuba diving, surfing, swimming,… Koh Samui holidays are about eating: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Cafe or anytime you want to grab something to eat. This island’s food options have something for everyone. So good news is you won’t starve in Koh Samui. But the bad news is you might get FAT. It’s a common joke that Thai food is the same anywhere either it is served in a high-end restaurant or a simple stall by a side of… Read More!
Wondering where to go in 2018? Travel today is much easier than ever before. Whether you are a food lover, a history explorer or an outdoor adventurer, Asia has so many destinations to offer. But the more you search, the more you are confused with dozens of names coming up from the internet. Aware of that, we are having a list of destinations for you to discover in 2018, in every month. Start packing your suitcase now. JANUARY Burma, Myanmar Is there any time in a year we need a vacation more than in January? Getting fat by New Year… Read More!
Do you know that there are 2 million people flock to Cambodia every year to visit Angkor Wat? When the sun rises, all the ancient temple becomes unrealistic, its massive stones reminiscent of an imaginary and spiritual world under the sunshine. But the incredible site isn’t the only reason worth visiting Cambodia. This Southeast Asian country is full of wonder with bustling beaches, charming cities and rich culture make it top of your list to visit. Cambodians are extremely hospitable and friendly. When they invite you to their houses, you are expected to be given the best seat, treated… Read More!
Have you ever be allured by Asian food? I sure at least one in your lifetime, you have a dish from this mysterious region that you are craving for more. If so, why don’t you make your New Year table more vibrant and flavorful with an inspiration from Asian cuisine? Choose from the list we suggest to set up your table. Best thing is all are simple to make. STARTER Chinese Egg Drop Soup Being colorful, flavorful and simple, egg drop soup is a great healthy choice if you are looking for a lighter soup among so many dishes on… Read More!
Of course, not all Asian countries ring in the new year the same way or at the same time. There are dozens of unique traditions in the region so stick to these rules to make sure you have a great time during your journey. CHINESE NEW YEAR: RED YOUR CLOTHES Chinese New Year, also known as “Spring Festival” is the biggest and most important festival of China. It is centuries old and gains significance because of several myths and taboos. While many people know that red is associated with luck and prosperity in Chinese New Year, there are dozens of… Read More!
Imagine you and your beloved one have 10 days to explore Thailand, what will you do? Lying all days on the beaches of Phuket? Take a sunset cruise in Phang Nga Bay or explore all Wat in Bangkok?Thailand is a home to stunning islands with white sand beaches lying beside dreamy turquoise sea water as well as fantastic art experiences and thousands of Buddhism pagoda. This interesting and friendly paradise has too many to “conquer” that if you don’t prepare, you may get overwhelmed. Here are some recommendations from our Thailand travel expert- Ms. Tran Thuy for couples who want… Read More!
On my recent trip to Laos in May, I was not expecting to be blown away by the food. This country is far less popular with travelers than its neighbors, say Thailand or Vietnam. But it was a pleasant surprise about the variety of breakfast as well as the quality of them. Laos’ people tend to be super friendly to visitors who have been taken a long flight to their country and eager to please you by serving the best dishes. Most of Laos’ food is similar to Thai cuisine but the breakfasts here like Khao Piak Sen, Khao Piak,…… Read More!