Walk this way? Take our famous hiking trails quiz

Put your best foot forward and have a go at navigating our quizWhich of these walks reaches the highest altitude?Annapurna CircuitInca TrailTour du Mont BlancEverest Base Camp trekWhich long-distance trail features in Bill Bryson’s book (and the 2015 film, pictured) A Walk in the Woods?Continental Divide Trail, USAThe Appalachian Trail, USA The Grand Enchantment Trail, USARideau Trail, CanadaThe Camino de Santiago network of pilgrims’ routes comes together in...

Top 10 best things to see & do in Cambodia

Monday newsletters always feature top 10 travel lists to inspire. Today (June 1, 2020): Top 10 best things to see & do in Cambodia. Cambodia was once the home of the powerful Khmer kingdom, and to this day, the country dazzles with its timeless architectural treasures, rich cultural offerings, and breathtaking natural landscape. Of course, the main reason for traveling to Cambodia is Southeast Asia’s most magnificent archaeological treasure, Angkor Wat. But...

Review: a visit to Angkor Wat (Cambodia)

Wednesday newsletters always feature a hotel or flight review. I recently enjoyed a wonderful holiday in Thailand (home to my favorite hotel in the world: Soneva Kiri) and the Kingdom of Cambodia. You can read my trip reports here: Review: Etihad Airways Airbus A380 First Class Apartment from Paris to Abu Dhabi Review: Etihad Airways Dreamliner B787 Business Class from Abu Dhabi to Bangkok Review: Waldorf Astoria Bangkok, Thailand Review: Zannier Hotels Phum Baitang, Cambodia Review: A visit...

Laos

With immediate effect, the Government of the Lao PDR has suspended the visa on arrival and eVisa service at all international entry points for a period of 30 days for all nationals. ('Summary' and 'Entry Requirements' pages) Want to know more on Laos click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from GOV.UK Travel News.Author: GOV.UK

Laos’ Four Thousand Islands – a remote backpacker idyll that is as unspoilt as 1960s Thailand, for now

“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass,” proclaims a gaily painted sign to arriving guests treading barefoot across creaking wooden floorboards at the popular and exceptionally chilled-out Mama Tanon Guesthouse. “It’s about learning to dance in the rain.”No sooner has that slightly disturbing imagery sunk in than you are bombarded with more life lessons. “The earth has music for those who listen,” reads one sign. “Travelling...
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