Parallel to the Arabian Sea, 1500 km of interconnected canals, lakes, rivers, and inlets make up the Kerala Backwaters. A coastal drive through a lush landscape, follows narrow roads, with traffic that keeps you on your toes. The Kerala Backwaters, often referred to as Venice of the East, are popularly accessed
With the exotic scent of spices in the air, tuk-tuks, vans, push bikes and trucks vie for space on the road. Heavy sacks, carried on heads, are moved from warehouse to vehicle and back. Incense wafts from the nearby temple. The call to prayer can be heard in the distance. You’ve
Fort Kochi is part of the islands forming Old Kochi in the southern Indian state of Kerala. Arabian traders, Chinese treasure fleets, Portuguese, Dutch and British have all influenced the 4.5 square kilometre island comprising Fort Kochi and Mattancherry. Since independence in 1947, a multi-cultural diversity rarely experienced elsewhere remains.
Sihanoukville is the seaside capital of its namesake province in Cambodia’s south-west. Situated on the Gulf of Thailand, Sihanoukville is known for its beaches, surrounding islands and the mangrove jungle of Ream National Park. Frequented by surfers, locals, international tourists, and expats from Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville offers a beach resort vibe at