Erin spent two weeks in Thailand in the Easter holidays 2016. Travelling with her extended family with an impressive age range spanning from 10 to 80 years old, she recounts some of her initial impressions of this beautiful country.
Latest flight news is that Bangkok Airlines is launching a new route from Bangkok to Danang. Southeast Asia specialist Matt explains what the new route entails…
With the film season and Oscars coming to an end, we thought we’d pay tribute to some of the fabulous filming locations in Asia – all places you can visit whilst on holiday!
All of our tailor-made holidays are crafted from our own first-hand experiences. So, without further ado, here are our highlights of 2015 – including some new and unusual experiences you can try on your own travels.
The key to a good family holiday is making sure everyone is happy. It’s sometimes difficult to balance everyone’s interests and excite older kids wanting a bit more independence and exhilaration, so I’ve put together some of my favourite experiences that would work well for families with older children.
For three months Janis Brod, a German cinematographer, has travelled around Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand capturing the various ways of life. Here is the film of her experience.
We are super excited here at the Experience Travel ‘traveloplex’ as we’ve finally able to announce our new street food tours in Bangkok. We’ve been trying for years to find people able to help us offer a safe way for our clients to experience the wonder of Thai street food and we’ve finally found the right partners.
Just a quick update to say that while the center of Bangkok – and the main tourist districts remain flood free,
We have enjoyed our second time in Bangkok perhaps a little more than when we first arrived. We had only spent a day here when we first arrived and I think it takes a little time to become adjusted. We have used the river boat a lot to get around this time as we are staying in the Banglumphu area and it is convenient. As with the skytrain, it is a great way to see the city. Yesterday we went down to the Oriental Hotel, which was impressive and seemed like it would be a great place to have a pleasant evening drink.
It’s amazing how quickly you adjust to the laid back, slow pace of south east asian life! Only a week away and already we can while away several hours doing nothing in particular.