How much has luxury travel changed post-pandemic? We look at a recent survey to find out.
Our media archive is dedicated to mentions of Experience Travel Group in the press, plus guest posts by authors, journalists and other media personalities. Here, we’ll also share reviews on books and TV programmes about our destinations and experiential travel topics. We’ll always tell it like it is based on our own experiences, so you don’t get any sugar-coated, inaccurate views!
We’re fortunate to have great relationships with intrepid media personnel who have a passion for travel in South and Southeast Asia (and they’re generally extremely well-travelled globally too!). In this archive, you’ll get their hotel reviews, stories, and opinions on destinations and what is going on within them, both positively and negatively and often how they compare to elsewhere.
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!
Some people may be surprised to discover that one of the most famous films of all time, The Bridge On the River Kwai was filmed almost entirely in Sri Lanka, and not in the bridge’s actual location in Thailand. And now, with the opening of the Sir David Lean Bungalow (named after the Director of the film) by the boutique hotel group, Elephant Stables, it’s possible to stay in one of the beautiful spots that feature in this classic film.
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.
Tom and I recently accompanied the travel writer Andrew Eames. He wrote a fantastic piece which you can read here. We think there is so much potential in the region so…