Travelling solo doesn’t always mean ‘going it alone’. It’s freeing to pack a bag and set off by yourself, but there’s something exciting about arriving in a new place to meet a whole new group of friends for a series of shared experiences.
If you’re heading to Southeast Asia, don’t miss the chance to explore the mighty Mekong, a river spanning 2,700 miles from the Tibetan Plateau, through China, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. Watch the landscapes chop and change as vast limestone karsts rise above and calm tributaries spread beyond; spot pagodas balanced on the banks; and […]
Are you happiest near the sea? Toes in the sand, water so clear you can see the coral beneath, and watery horizons stretching for miles? Whether your perfect days are spent in the water or sipping sundowners on the beach, your next holiday should be in Vietnam or Cambodia.
Cambodia isn’t short of special places to explore, but what about special places to sleep? It doesn’t get much better than arriving at your jungle bedroom by helicopter, sleeping to the sounds of the waves on a private tropical island, and waking up next door to the Angkorian ruins.
The laidback and lively city of Phnom Penh has so much more to offer than neoclassical apartments, royal palaces and gilded pagodas. Here are 5 of our favourite alternative things to do in Cambodia’s capital.
While Priteni (esteemed member of our Small Group Tours team) loves seeing the sights, her fondness for the road less travelled took her beyond Angkor and into the surrounding villages. It turns out that architecture doesn’t have to be ancient to be special.