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Sapa - A Breath of Fresh Air

When planning my second visit to Vietnam, there was one place I noted as an absolute must-see; Sapa. Other travellers have sung the praises of this small town in the northern hills of Vietnam, stating it’s “stunning, the most beautiful part of the country and so peaceful!” I decided it was time to go and see this magical place for myself.

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.

Photo Guide | The wonders of Vietnam & Cambodia

Join us for a photo trip through vibrant Vietnam & captivating Cambodia. 

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.

"Ayubowan" from our Sri Lanka Office

Set in the Indian Ocean, the tropical island nation of Sri Lanka is befitting of its title ‘the Pearl of the Indian Ocean’. It’s a place where the original soul of Buddhism still flourishes and where nature’s beauty remains abundant and unspoilt. Few places in the world offer such a remarkable combination of stunning landscapes, pristine beaches, captivating cultural heritage and unique experiences all within 65,610 km².

Fast Facts | Japan's Cherry Blossom

Cherry blossom season is a very popular time to visit Japan and it’s not hard to understand why! We’ve put together some fast facts about this magical season in Japan.

Sri Lanka - a place that glitters

I recently travelled to Sri Lanka on a Bunnik Tour. I didn’t quite know what to expect, but I was delighted by my experience!
Minor Mosque, Tashkent

Photo Guide | From Ashgabat to Almaty

There are so many amazing things to discover from Turkmenistan’s capital of Ashgabat to Kazakhstan’s city of Almaty. We’ve highlighted some of the incredible sites you can expect to see on our new 5-Stans small group tour!
Bukhara

The 5-Stans in Focus

How much do you know about the 5-Stans of Central Asia? Nestled between India, Russia and China, each are independent countries with unique identities. Mass tourism has not made any inroads in Central Asia, but its popularity is predicted to spike over the next few years. With their stunning architecture, breathtaking natural beauty, spectacular cuisines and warm hospitality, the 5-Stans are sure to leave you mesmerised.