Hualamphong Train Station

Hualamphong is the terminus for the main rail services to the south, north, northeast and east. Bookings can be made in person at the advance...
Vietnam Openbus Hanoi - Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnamese travel agencies offer what’s called an “Open Bus Ticket”. It allows you to travel from Ho Chi Minh City in the south all...

Thailand by bus is undoubtedly one of the best experiences in the world. Thailand by bus is not only the highlight of South East...
Travel by Bus in Vietnam

Vietnam has an extensive network of buses that reach the far-flung corners of the country. Modern buses, operated by myriad companies, run on all...
Phnom Penh To Siem Reap By Bus

Bus travel is the cheapest and most popular means of overland transport between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. Having lived in Cambodia for a number...
Vietnam-Lao open bus

Is travelling by bus in Laos a good or bad choice? Well... it really depends on individual's specific situation, budget, and/or personal preferences. Some travellers...

Laos has no train system, apart from the cross-border train from Nong Khai, Thailand to Tha Naleng station in Vientiane, so buses are the...

The brains behind Finolhu threw out the Maldives rule book when they created this fresh, funky resort.

Part of Starwood’s Luxury Collection hotels, the Suiran is an intimate 39-room property located on the banks of the Katsuma River, in western Kyoto.

Expect Avant garde, minimalist interiors. The prices aren't so minimalist, but perhaps that's not surprising considering this hotel's prime position in the centre of Sanlitun. There's also a rather edgy Spanish-Italian fusion restaurant. One for the wealthy hipsters.

For travellers who want to get away from noisy, crowded India and experience fascinating local culture, Chandoori Sai, surrounded by rolling hills, is the perfect spot. The dedicated team at this luxurious lodge are key to exploring the remote state of Odisha.

Hotel Indigo helps to fill a gap that’s long existed in this city between the fabulous (and fabulously expensive) hotels right at the top end, and the tour-group hostelries much further down the chain.