Laos – The Most Pristine Gem of Southeast Asia

Known as the “Land of a Million Elephants”, Laos lies at the centre of Southeast Asia and is therefore something of a cultural, social and ethnic melting pot of all the nations that make up this region. Thais, Khmers, Chinese and local tribes have been migrating in and out of the Lao region for centuries. […]

Indonesia – A Nation of Amazing Ecological and Cultural Diversity

The Republic of Indonesia is an island nation in Southeast Asia and comprises more than 17,500 different individual islands, which makes it the biggest archipelagic state in existence. It is the fourth most populated country in the world after China, India and the United States of America. Largely a Muslim state, Indonesia is also home […]

Luang Prabang – The Town of Serene and Spiritual Sites

Located in the north central of Laos, Luang Prabang is the country’s most famous tourist destination and is also known to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Luang Prabang is situated right on the spot where Mekong River and Nam Khan River merge. Standing 700m above sea level, the town is surrounded by mountains, making […]

Vang Vieng – A Town of Landscape and Adventure

One of the most popular Vang Vieng sites is its rarely used airstrip that runs parallel to the main road, making it a great place for dramatic movie effects such as that in the Vietnam War and Air America of Mel Gibson. Once called Lima site 6, the famous airstrip served Air America during the […]

Exploring Museums in the Abode of Peace – Brunei

Museums are a gateway to a country’s rich history and cultural heritage. Most people regards visiting museums a boring activity when they are on a tour to some country, but in fact a visit to a museum is the only way to know a country properly because it tells the story of that country. Brunei […]

Phonsavan – Home of the Plains of Jars

Phonsavan is the capital of Xieng Khouang province in Central Laos. It is known primarily as the gateway to the Plain of Jars. Phonsavanh is the provincial capital of Xieng Khouang province. It was built in the late 1970s and replaced the old Xieng Khouang which had been destroyed during the Second Indochina War. The […]

Six Unique Museums to Visit in Jakarta

The first thing which probably came in your mind after reading the title of this article would be that who goes to Indonesia and sees museums? I mean, it’s all about beaches in Bali and in other places especially knowing that Indonesia is blessed with more than 13,000 islands. But you know what, besides beaches, […]