• 23 Jan0
    Rich Culture & Tradition in Sri Lanka

    Rich Culture & Tradition in Sri Lanka

    Post by chananya

    Sri Lanka, the land of Ceylon tea, is a country where the culture of small communities is still vibrant. Tea planting was introduced to the country between 1815 and 1948 when the country was one of the British Crown colonies. Nowadays, it is one of the leading tea producers in the world. Much of the tea plantations established by the British are still thriving and popular tourist attractions.

     
  • 22 Sep0
    The Temples of Angkor- have to be seen, to be believed!

    The Temples of Angkor- have to be seen, to be believed!

    Post by chananya

    When you ask different people what places you should see before you die, the answers are many. Some say the Grand Canyon. Some suggest the Great Barrier Reef. Some throw in Angels Falls. If you ask me, the Khmer temples of Angkor should be on everybody’s “bucket list”.

     
  • 29 Aug0
    Travel to experience

    Travel to experience

    Post by chananya

    On my recent trip, my family and I had a chance to experience Indonesia and visited two of the country’s most popular tourist destinations; Borobudur and Bali. Even though the two places are known for being touristy, my experience there was unique and simple. Knowing the destination, the experiences you like and dislikes, keeping it […]

     
  • 22 Jul1
    Passion about Culture and Tradition

    Passion about Culture and Tradition

    Post by chananya

    I truly believe travel brings people closer together. It opens up your mind, eyes and heart to a different way of life. Working with local communities in Thailand, I often feel that these communities we work with are unique, vibrant and have a strong tradition worth sustaining. Early in June, I visited and experienced ..

     
  • 15 Jun0
    Returning to Luang Prabang

    Returning to Luang Prabang

    Post by chananya

    It was with some reservations, I looked forward to the reunion with Luang Prabang, a city I had not visited in nearly 10 years

     
  • 11 Apr3
    Vientiane- the smallest big town in Asia

    Vientiane- the smallest big town in Asia

    Post by chananya

    Some facts first: Vientiane is located on the banks of the Mekong River. Vientiane is connected to Nong Khai province by the “Friendship Bridge”. There are officially 350.000 people living in Vientiane. Vientiane is the capital of Laos PDR. ….and soon will you learn, that PDR does not stand for “Peoples Democratic Republic”… It stands […]