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Transformational Travel: A Life-Changing Souvenir

More than just a memorable experience, ‘transformational travel’ is about personal growth, a shift in perspective and lasting positive impact. Find out what makes an experience transformative, learn about the numerous benefits of this style of travel and get some inspiration for a truly life-changing trip. […]

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The Rise of Solo Female Travel: Who, What & Why?

Did you know that Google searches for ‘solo female travel’ have tripled in the last five years? As more and more women decide to travel on their own, we’ve decided to take a closer look at this booming market segment to find out who these women are and what they are looking for. […]

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Buffalo Tours Awarded Travelife Partner Status

Buffalo Tours is always striving to help improve standards for responsible travel and sustainable tourism in Asia. We are committed to working with international organizations and regional partners to continually develop strategies for improving environmental protection, social equality and economic empowerment in our local communities. For this reason, we are happy to announce that Travelife […]

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Thai Vietjet Poised For Inaugural Domestic Flight Schedule

The arrival of Thai Vietjet’s 3rd A320 Airbus aircraft is positive news for Thailand’s domestic air travellers. The low-cost air carrier is now planning 3 domestic routes with schedules to be confirmed in the next few weeks. The routes to be unveiled are: Bangkok to Phuket Bangkok to Chiang Mai Phuket to Chiang Rai All […]

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Five New Walking Trails Reveal 100 Years Of Hong Kong’s History

Excellent news for international travelers who like nothing better than to explore a destination on foot. The Hong Kong tourist board have just unveiled 5 walking trails through the Old Town’s Central District. This area of the vibrant city is more commonly referred to as “OTC”.

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Singapore Continues To Woo Chinese Tourists

A recently released Hotels.com study and survey has revealed that citizens of China are the fastest-growing segment of international visitors to Singapore. They have replaced Indonesian visitors who previously held the number 1 spot. According to the company’s Chinese online accommodation website, this trend looks set to remain for the next year.

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CNN Poll Places 7 Thai Dishes Among 50 Best Global Foods

With obvious pride, Thailand’s Tourism Authority (TAT) announced that seven of the Kingdom’s dishes have been placed among 50 of the World’s best foods.

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First Half Of 2017 Sees Significant Rise In Mynamar’s International Visitor’s

Data released by the Tourism Federation of Myanmar reports a 10% increase in international visitors passing through its three major international airports.

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Indonesia – Home To 4 Of Asia’s Best 10 Diving Sites

More than one quarter of the globe’s marine life awaits in the stunning Indonesian Archipelago. This makes it little wonder that the dive sites in this region are pure paradise for scuba-diving enthusiasts.

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New Cambodian Initiatives To Promote Ecotourism

Cambodian authorities have announced that new initiatives will be put in place to promote the growing opportunities for Ecotourism throughout the country.

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Thailand – A Paradise For Golfers

With over 250 golf courses throughout the Kingdom, Thailand is undoubtedly the place for golfing enthusiasts to visit when planning a golfing holiday in South-East Asia.

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3 Of Thailand’s Water Parks Placed in Asia’s Top 10

Water activities play an important part of any holiday to Thailand and parents with children, or those adults who are simply kids at heart, will be pleased with this recent announcement.

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Cambodia Adds A 3rd World Heritage Site To Its Archaeological Wonders

Cambodia now has a prestigious 3rd World Heritage site to add to its archaeological wonders. The Sambor Prei Kuk archaeological site, located in the country’s province of Kampong Thom, was listed in early July 2017. Its identity has been confirmed as Ishanapura which was the Chenla Empire’s capital city.

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2,100 Tourist Sites In Laos Means There Is Something For Everyone

The Ministry of Planning and Investment in Lao PDR have produced a report stating that a total of 2,100 tourist locations in Laos are already attracting lots of tourists, or can potentially do so in the near future.

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Vietnam’s Growth in Domestic Tourism is a Key Driver for Casino Developments

Vietnam’s growing hospitality industry has been given a huge boost with news that the country is relaxing its gaming industry to allow locals into casinos. Two locations will start to allow locals in as part of a three year pilot scheme – the first is on Phu Quoc Island and the other is in Van […]

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