• Cambodia
  • Off The Beaten Track In Cambodia

    Day 4 - Koh Tonsay 1

    Angkor Wat, Killing Fields, S21 Museum and Sihanoukville – all ticked off during your time in Cambodia? We have to say, that is a great start. These are some of Cambodia’s most popular attractions and places to visit. Cambodia is a country a little bit behind Thailand in terms of tourism and infrastructure, but with […]

  • Stray Asia
  • The Elephant in the Room

    Elephants have long since been my favourite animals. I am not sure what attracts me to them but I know my first teddy was an Elephant called Ellie and I still have him 23 years on. For those heading to Southeast Asia the opportunity to meet one of these majestic gentle giants if often quite high […]

  • Stray Asia
  • Celebrate Songkran in South East Asia!

    In many countries New Year is celebrated with fireworks but in Southeast Asia it’s celebrated with… water! We’re not talking about a splash here and there, but THREE whole days of the biggest outdoor water fights in the world! Locals and backpackers alike take to the streets with hoses, buckets, makeshift water pistols and Super Soakers for […]

  • Cambodia
  • Why You Can’t Miss Kampot

    Monk in Bokor National Park

    Its all systems go at the moment for Cambodia. Year upon year, tourism is increasing and travellers are discovering new hip and interesting places to visit. The first thing people think of when Cambodia comes to mind is Angkor Wat, and rightly so, these ancient ruins are the world’s largest religious site, and one of […]

  • Vietnam
  • 5 Foods You Must Eat in Vietnam

    Banh Beo Vietnamese steam rice cake

    Vietnamese food is becoming increasingly popular worldwide now and with good reason. As with other Asian cuisines, the focus is on yin and yang, delicately balancing sweetness with sourness, and saltiness with fresh fragrant herbs. However, the Vietnamese are experts and the rise in popularity of their food in Western culture illustrates this. What to […]