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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

  • 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…

  • A long weekend in Hua Hin, Thailand

    Hi, it’s Eva again, Fleewinter’s Thailand Travel Specialist. Whenever I see a long weekend coming up, I am trying to go somewhere new in Thailand so I can combine work with pleasure, relax at the beach and at the same time check out new hotels and experiences for my lovely clients. Last weekend I have […] Read more…

Reviews

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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…

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    The best boutique hotels for all budgets on Koh Samui

    Hi, it’s Eva again, Fleewinter’s Thailand Travel Specialist. I have just come back from another trip to Thailand and I have found so many new amazing boutique hotels, beaches and experiences that I want to share, I don’t even know where to start. Since the summer holidays are coming up in a few months and […] 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…