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    The Place to be on Koh Tao

    It’s Eva again, Fleewinter‘s Thailand Specialist. I have recently been on another trip around Thailand (it really is a destination that never gets boring), and my husband and I did a bit of island hopping in the Gulf of Thailand. We firstly went to Koh Samui (in case you have missed my review of the […] Read more…

  • 11 Best Honeymoon Packages in Asia

    Can we let you in on a secret? The honeymoon is the best part of wedding planning. Dreaming of idling away the days with your beloved in a beautiful place; creating a Pinterest board full of beaches, luxurious bungalows, and one-of-a-kind experiences; knowing that this is the time to splurge on the best holiday imaginable. Looking […] Read more…

Travel Guides

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    Asia’s best pool villas

    We’ll tell you another secret: Travelling around and checking out places for a living is a lot of fun, but the best part of our job are those nights when we try out hotels. AND we are in absolute heaven if those hotel rooms happen to be private pool villas. Sipping on a cocktail in […] Read more…

  • Ethically sound wildlife encounters in Asia

    Are you also one of these people for whom a holiday is not complete without a native wildlife encounter? We are too! Are you also worried that you might step into a tourist trap and pay money for an experience where animals are being exploited and taken out of their natural habitat only to please […] Read more…

Reviews

  • What’s the best hotel on Gaya Island?

    For many visitors to Borneo, a few nights on Gaya Island is the ideal end to the trip. A short boat ride from Kota Kinabalu, the island is covered in rainforest and surrounded by coral reefs and clear water. Walking trails, beaches, snorkeling, and some of the best resorts in Borneo: it’s a lovely place to […] Read more…

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    Luxury in Borneo: Hibiscus Villa

    This is a post by Marbree, a member of the Luxury Travel in Asia team. Despite being pictured here in Namibia, she spends most of her time in Asia. Marbree just finished a research trip in Borneo looking for all the best places to stay and things to do. Expect more from her in the months […] Read more…

Stories from Southeast Asia

  • Trekking off the beaten track in Bali

    Every Thursday should begin with a hot and sweaty jungle trek to hidden waterfalls, I thought to myself as I cut may way through the dense vivid green forest. Admittedly this is not the easiest thing to schedule if you’re reading from a London office but currently my office is located in Bali, which makes such […] Read more…

  • Off the Beaten Track in Myanmar (Burma): The Last Tattooed Women

    It is amazing just how easy it is to visit villages off the beaten track in Myanmar (Burma) – we’re not talking about a circus show of locals who have quickly changed out of their standard western clothes into some tribal costume, dancing moves they have learnt purely to earn a few dollars from passing […] Read more…