While there may not be as many kinds of trips as there are travelers, there’s certainly a variety of reasons for why people travel. Yes, sometimes taking a trip is about expanding horizons, challenging oneself, and coming back all the richer for it. Other times, you might just need a break from your everyday life and want to pretend the outside world doesn’t exist at all.
In the midst of one of the coldest and most brutal winters the U.S. has had in recent memory, pretending the snow-covered outside world doesn’t exist sounds ... [read more]
Date:February 2nd, 2011
Tags: Spa Vacations, Spas, Thailand
SE Asia is a culture that must be experienced at its own pace. While the cities are busy and frantic, the countryside is tranquil and decidedly slower. You will have plenty of time to experience this firsthand during an 18-day adventure trip that follows the Trail of the Khmer through Thailand, Cambodia and Laos.
The trip begins and ends in Bangkok, Thailand’s bustling and unforgettable capital. From there you go off the beaten path and onto the Khmer Trail by visiting some of Cambodia’s most amazing spots. You’ll also ... [read more]
Date:April 9th, 2007
Tags: Adventure Travel, Asia, Cambodia, Khmer Trail, Laos, Thailand, Travel Deals, Vacation Packages
Once known as the Venice of Asia for the network of canals or klongs crisscrossing the city, Bangkok is one of the most vibrant capitals of Southeast Asia. A visual feast of Western influences in an Eastern land, Bangkok or Krung Thep, which means the City of Angels, is considered one of the biggest cities in the world. For a area of this size, Bangkok is surprisingly full of quiet escapes.
The must see attractions include Wat Phra Kaew and the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Traimit, home to the impressive 3m tall, ... [read more]
Author: Miss Julie
Date:December 24th, 2006
Tags: Asia, Bangkok, Destinations, floating market, Grand Palace, Khao San Road, Southeast Asia, Thailand, Vacation Packages, Wat Pho, Wat Phra Kaew