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Plastic Pollution and the Travelers’ Mission

Plastic, and its effects are now well documented. Things are changing and it’s becoming surprisingly easier to travel now and avoid single use plastics.  According to National Geographic, “we have a mere 9.2 billion tons of the stuff to deal with. Of that, more than 6.9 billion tons have become waste. And of that waste, […]

Connecting Countries – Thailand

Thailand is Asia’s main transportation hub with the largest airport in the region. More than 30 million travelers go to Thailand each year to enjoy its wonders. Thailand is the perfect jump off to visit other countries in the region and is almost uniquely places to do so overland. Laos – Thailand and Laos are […]

The most awesome books recommend to travelers in Laos

There are rarely people in the Western World that decide to spend their holidays in Laos only. Laos is still a country that most people add on to their travels in Thailand, Vietnam or combine it with Cambodia. And most of them spend not enough time to get to know the real Laos, away from […]

5 most ‘Instagrammable’ sites in the beautiful Vietnam

Some simply love taking photos more than others, the joy of finding a new location or setting is so special. We get it and we’ve got you covered. So when you travel to Vietnam, there will not be a lack of camera-ready location ever. Danang – Hoi An These two beautiful cities are amongst the […]

Paradise? Completed it mate!

Commonly referred to as “unspoiled paradise on earth,” El Nido is superior in its offerings of beauty, crystal clear water and palm tree lined beaches. Eager to explore back in 2014, I landed in Puerto Princesa and jumped in a van heading North to El Nido. El Nido town and Corong Corong is fairly small, […]

The Imperial City of Hue, Vietnam – More Than Special Architecture

Not only famous for beautiful tropical beaches, friendly people or good food, Vietnam is also a destination for the itch to explore culture and history within you. Today, we take a look into a special architecture in Huế, the former imperial capital of Vietnam, which is none other than The Imperial Citadel. The Imperial Citadel […]

3 Ways to travel around Cambodia

There are many ways to get from one place to the other in Cambodia: by airplane, by private car, bus or other transportation. Flying between cities is a not so expensive and popular option among visitors, while private cars provide the most comfortable and convenient mode of transportation. Other travel options, such as boats and […]

Special Architecture in Cambodia

Most cherished buildings were destroyed under the Khmer Rouge, but a number of historic sites survived and remain intact. From ancient temples to extravagant palaces, Cambodia’s capital is a treasure trove of architectural wonders. Here are some architectural highlights of Cambodia’s new era of cultural identity The Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda Buddhist Temple, History […]

3 books recommended to travelers when visiting Cambodia

The tourism industry is the country’s second-greatest source of hard currency after the textile industry. International visitor arrivals in 2018 topped six million, a ten-fold increase since the beginning of the 21st century.  Besides Phom Penh and Angkor Wat, other tourist destinations include Sihanoukville in the southwest which has several popular beaches and Battambang in the northwest, both of which are popular […]

Nana’s Siem Reap – My lovely hometown

Nana house

Hello, my name is Nana, I live in Cambodia. Siem Reap Province is my home town and I love this place. It’s my favorite place in the world and I’d like to live here forever with my family. Siem Reap is easy for me and my family, we have Angkor wat and have many temples. […]

Support Teaching in a Pagoda | NorthVietnam

How do you want to spend your summer as a young student? Travelling is definitely fun, volunteer work is also a great idea, what about doing both in a beautiful faraway country called Vietnam? The 3-week experience starts in Hanoi the capital, all the way to the beautiful mountainous areas of Mai Chau and Sapa, […]

Volunteer Work At The Clinic – Mu Waterfall Village, Tu Do Commune

Nursing students collect trash in the village during internship tour

There’s so many things to see and enjoy in Vietnam as a traveller, from amazing mountains to spectacular beaches, from serene paddy fields to busy city life, but there’s also a whole different world to explore here as a volunteer, especially when you are at a small village. Located at Hoa Binh Province – a […]

Clean Water Project Cambodia – Building wells in rural Siem Riep

Mango Tiger partners with Trutravels and The Cambodian Buddhist Association for Vulnerable Children to improve access to clean water by building wells for villages and families living just outside of Siem Reap.  The Mango Tiger family has always been interested in giving-back and impact projects, and since many members of our family live in Cambodia, […]