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Baphuon Temple, Cambodia by Priscilla Aster

Discover the wonders of Asia!

As the continent with the largest land mass, it is no wonder Asia has so much to see and experience. From the bustling city centres to the tranquil fields of rice and tea plantations, the countries of Asia offer a myriad of cultural influences, just waiting to be explored. And travelling with a small group of up to just 20 travellers ensures you don’t miss a thing!
South Korea by South Korea Tourism Organisation

South Korea's top 15 travel phrases

We all know that you don’t need to be completely fluent in a country’s native language to get around, but by learning just a few simple phrases and words, you’re sure to become more immersed in the culture and you’ll earn a lot of respect from the locals.
Korean cuisine by @ChoiSeongjae on Pixabay

Hungry in South Korea? Here's our top 5 foods to try

So you’ve landed in South Korea and you’re feeling hungry, but in this weird and wonderful new place you’ve found yourself in, what should you eat?

How to enjoy a Korean bathhouse

Visiting a traditional Korean bathhouse, or jjimjilbang, is one of the must-do cultural activities when visiting South Korea, as they are such an important part of contemporary Korean culture.
Sejong-daero, Seoul by Mario Sánchez Prada/Flickr

Why visit South Korea?

Why visit South Korea? Well, for one it’s an amazingly resilient country full of hard working people. In the space of 40 years, South Korea went from an impoverished third-world country, devastated by World War II and the Japanese occupation, to having one of the world’s strongest economies.