Mountain Top Reclining Buddha
Take a day trip from Siem Reap Town to Kulen Hill is great escape for a day out in Cambodia. You may heard many spiritual stories about the hill and legendary of Khmer Kingdom. It’s time to travel to discover the real wonder.
Romantic Garden Spot in Yangon City
As you know Yangon is one of the green city in Asia, there will be a good numbers of gardens and park can be found in town. Among them Kandawgyi Park is the romantic spot for every evening with magnificent view and atmosphere where you might want to spent the quality time.
Palace Public Park or Riverside
The capital Phnom Penh is not the green city like Siem Reap where Angkor Wat is located. But there are a lot of Public Garden to offer for the citizen’s recreation.
A Day Tour with Yangon Circle Train
If you want to see the live slideshow of unique actions or way of life of the Burmese people, take Yangon’s Circle train. You will observe the lively and colorful rural Burmese way in just three hour of this slow circle train journey.
Three Sister Temples in Angkor
Thousands of years ago Angkorian people construct great temples in three mountains – Phnom Bok, Phnom Bakheng and Phnom Krom. Phnom mean Mount in Khmer language. Temples are related to Hindu goddess and also known for the triple sanctuary dedicated to the Trimurti which means three forms.
Street Food Chicken Satay
Chicken satay is one of the popular street foods in Myanmar. Just marinated chicken and roast them on a barbeque with additional spices, mostly served with fresh lemon sauce.
Meat and Seafood in Laos
No exploration of a Southeast Asian city is complete without diving into its meat-on-a-stick offerings....
Wat Sa Si
Located west of the King Ramkhamhaeng monument and situated on two connected islands surrounded by an ancient reservoir, this wat is simple yet beautiful.
Wat Traphang Ngoen
This smaller site due west of Wat Mahathat is particularly photogenic at sunrise with the hills in the background that supposedly resemble a reclining Buddha.
Wat Si Sawai
A short walk southwest of Wat Mahathat, Wat Si Sawai was originally built by the Khmers as a shrine to Vishnu, Siva and other Hindu gods. Architecturally it resembles other regional Khmer monuments such as those at Phimai in northeast Thailand and Angkor in Cambodia.