Southeast Asia’s wildlife can be seen without venturing into the local wilderness, if you find yourself within commuting distance of one of these four zoos.
Equal parts strange, beautiful, ancient, modern, boisterous, calm: Southeast Asia's massive and diverse range of attractions can be difficult to encapsulate. No list can really do the region justice.
Southeast Asia is awesome… and some spots can be a wee bit too awesome.
It's a high compliment, all these tourists visiting areas that have been lauded in
You didn't travel all the way to Southeast Asia to just watch the sights go by from behind your bus window.
Avid hikers will go on and on about Southeast Asia's gorgeous multi-day trails – the hikes up Mount Fansipan in Vietnam and Myanmar's Kalaw to Inle Lake trail come to mind – but even the region's short hikes can give back far more than travelers dish out: amazing wildlife finds and stunning scenery out of all proportion to the effort hikers put in!
The new normal in Southeast Asia is "responsible travel" – and that's put plenty of formerly popular animal experiences under the microscope. Tiger sanctuaries and elephant rides are under scrutiny – after all, many such experiences come at the price of animal suffering.
It's a big world out there – and Southeast Asia is just the right place for your kids to discover the color and adventure available outside of their comfort zone.
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12 - 16 January 2020
Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei
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