A great add-on to any Asia holiday is enthralling Cambodia, in particular Siem Reap, once a dusty ‘one-road’ town, now ‘boutiqued’ up to the rafters. One that stands out is the utterly unique Sala Lodges: 11 Khmer-style timber houses on stilts. But although we love the lively streets of Siem Reap, the main reason heading north is the nearby temples of Angkor. One of the best ways to explore Angkor is by bike. Cycling the remote roads, branching off to lesser (sometimes deserted) temples, stopping off to observe orange-robed monks going about their daily chores and watching the sun set over these ancient wonders are all lifetime memory-bank experiences.

Where to Go for Your 25th Wedding Anniversary

17th November 2021
by James Bell

Twenty five years is a milestone that deserves to be marked in any marriage. For most of us, the journey is one of many ups and downs, with plenty of good times and our fair share of challenges. But hey, you’ve made it to your 25th wedding anniversary and we say that your silver wedding […]

Top 10 holidays of a lifetime

1st July 2020
by Grace Wright

So, cabin fever truly set in while you were in lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic and you’re desperate to travel again. Like all of us, you’ve probably realised the value of both time and holidays more than ever before, so why not make your first getaway the holiday of a lifetime? Here is a collection […]

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