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SRI LANKA CUSTOM TRAVEL EXPERIENCES

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Thailand: Bangkok Old Market Hidden Street Eats

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Check Out: Siem Reap, Pou Restaurant

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Singapore is an intriguing mix of Malay, Indian and Chinese all of whom have come together to create a dynamic food scene found nowhere else on earth. It’s truly one of the world’s great food cities, yet it can be intimidating for the uninitiated. Fear not. You can hit the ground running on our private …

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Blue whales at close encounter. Crispy green tea plantations as far as the eye can see. Rainforest trees spreading their purple and red flowers shadowing a remote mountain road. The smell of burned firewood in Ella before the sun wakes up and giant sea turtles laying their eggs at beaches loved by sun bleached surfers. …

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You haven’t truly explored the ancient former Japanese capital Kyoto until you’ve dived into the world of sake culture. This three-hour insiders’ sake tasting tour will see you visit one of the city’s best distilleries to learn about the secrets of tradition sake brewing techniques that have been passed down through the generations. Afterwards, you’ll …

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Snow covered peaks rising above high valleys covered by blooming apple trees. A monastery on a ridge. Overlooking a village untouched by roads. While trekkers are licking sun outside a high altitude tea-house. A local festival puts color on daily life. Color on a place where dreams, poems and pictures unfold. When to go to …

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Kicking off with a hair-raising klong boat ride from Siam pier to a hidden old town district rarely visited by Westerners… get set for the best Bangkok food tour in town. Wander through this peaceful laid-back neighbourhood where you’re unlikely to see another traveler and tackle the century old food market that’s been feeding locals …

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Fresh Mango juice with mint leaves served at a lazy, lonely beach. A boat trip on a lake, hidden deep in the mountains. Your taxi driver’s lucky Buddha amulets dangles in the window. A sleepy border town inviting you for a game of pool before you cross into unknown land. The name Thailand conjures up …

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With some time to kill before catching our train to Lanzhou we went to Dafo Si, Giant Buddha Temple, which has the largest wooden reclining Buddha in Asia. The temple itself is very big and was originally built in the 11th century. The Buddha itself is a sight to behold, although no photos were allowed, …

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Siem Reap’s most attention-grabbing Cambodian cuisine these days is surprisingly its most traditional, coming out of the very rustic upstairs kitchen of Pou Restaurant, which occupies an unrenovated wooden house on a dusty street opposite the historic Wat Damnak Pagoda. Pou translates as “uncle” in Cambodia, where it is customary to use the local equivalents …

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