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Whether your trip to Sri Lanka includes the stunning beaches in the south, the lush highlands terraced with tea plantations or a wildlife safari in one of its national parks, it’s worth making the effort to venture into the country’s heart to explore the Cultural Triangle to get a deeper sense of history.
Home to one of the wonders of the world, not to mention several others that could arguably be considered for the big seven, Siem Reap, Cambodia is packed with sites of interest that may seem daunting to navigate.
I’ve known for some time that people in the Philippines know how to throw colorful festivals, but it wasn’t until I recently ventured to Bacolod in Negros Occidental to experience one for myself that I truly understood the spirit of a Filipino party.
In Baining culture the Fire Dance is performed on various special occasions, including the birth of new children in the village, remembering the dead, as well as being a coming of age ceremony for young men entering adulthood.
I had a brief 36-hour stay in Tokyo to fill up earlier this month and Tsukiji market was near the top of my to-do list, so I was delighted when I discovered that Tsukiji was just a 10-minute walk away from my hotel.
“Remote Lands coordinated a trip to South Korea for my best client; the trip went extremely well and he loved his guide. My favorite things about working with Remote Lands were the beautiful, detailed itinerary in the final documents along with the name and bio of his guide. It gave my client great comfort knowing who was at the other end to greet him. Getting periodic updates throughout the tour was a bonus!"