April 25, 2014


Beer Lao: A Country in a Bottle

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In Myanmar it might only rain beer during the wet season. In Laos however, the beer flows strong and pure all year round. Founded in 1971, Lao Brewery Company Limited first began brewing its signature beer in 1973. Beer Lao is a premium beer that combines the mastery of European beer making … [Read more...]

‘Lao Laow’ Tasting in Ban Xang Hai

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Those who are familiar with Laos might have heard about a whiskey village nestled along the Mekong River near Luang Prabang. It’s a regular stop for boats going to the historical Pak Ou Caves, but can also be reached via a 30-minute car ride. At first sight Ban Xang Hai is your typical village: … [Read more...]

Khiri Travel Introduces Stylish Tuk Tuks for Guests

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Khiri Travel has introduced special designer tuk tuks to its ground operations in Luang Prabang in Laos and Siem Reap in Cambodia. More than just transport, the stylish and comfortable motorized rickshaws have been designed to be an enjoyable part of the local holiday experience. With an Oriental … [Read more...]

After Laos, Fly to the Beach

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After travellers spend a fantastic holiday in Laos filled with authentic connections, intimate cultural experiences, temple visits, trekking through forests, riding elephants, and enjoying the pace of life in Laos, they may enjoy a change of setting and priorities: let’s go to the beach and relax. … [Read more...]

Khiri Travel Appointed Official Travel Partner of Luang Prabang Film Festival

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Khiri Travel has been appointed the Official Travel Partner of this year's Luang Prabang Film Festival, a charitable cultural event that celebrates Southeast Asian cinema and supports the region's filmmakers. The festival, which will take place from December 7-11, 2013, is free to attend. Screens … [Read more...]

Lost in Laos: River Cruises, War Caves and Mysterious Stones

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Hidden in the northern limestone karst mountains of Laos, lie Sam Neua and Viengsay. Far from the main roads and unfrequented by visitors from the West, ethnic hill tribes live their daily live of growing rice, washing clothes in the river and preparing their evening meal of rice and some … [Read more...]