Southeast Asia Travel

Slowing Down In Savannakhet

Sunday, March 1, 2009

With its massive stupas, vast eco-reserves and relaxed vibe, Savannakhet is a must-see in southern Laos, but to really understand the region be prepared to slow down and take it all in, one laid-back day at a time. By Hal Amen Savannakhet was quiet. Shockingly quiet. Coming to it as I did, direct from the […]

Go Ahead And Splurge A Bit, You’re In Ha Long Bay

Monday, January 12, 2009

By Kyle Long Within the first five minutes of exiting the airport I got a pretty good sense of what I was going to find in Vietman. Arriving here can be a bit of a shock at first, especially if you’ve just spent the last week relaxing in some of the country’s more laid-back neighbors, […]

Exploring The Wonders Of Central Java

Monday, December 29, 2008

Take a step back in time by about 1,000 years at Borobudur and Prambanan, some of the most spectacular sites in all of Indonesia. Borobudur, a vast monument containing 72 Buddha statues, and Prambanan, one of Indonesia’s largest temples, are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and oftentimes some of the region’s most popular attractions, but […]

Where To Find The Best (And Cheapest) Eats In Saigon

Friday, December 12, 2008

Travel to Vietnam has been exploding during the last few years, with over 4,000,000 international travelers in 2007 alone (a 268% increase from 1998), and it’s probably fair to say that the Vietnam’s well-deserved reputation for food has helped drive this surge. Far more the pho, Vietnam’s busting at the seams with restaurants serving muc […]

Where To Find The Best Beaches In Southeast Asia

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

The Beach may have given SE Asia’s beaches a bad name (by the way the book is far superior than the crappy Leo movie, which is usually true of any book made into a movie, but in this case it’s just more true) but I can assure you that you’re more likely going to run […]

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