Centered around a pristine pool under chic Chinese lanterns, you will find Villa Maly, a colonial mansion turned boutique hotel, hidden from the hustle of Luang Prabang by its dense green garden of sky high…

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Nestled in a curve of the Mekong River is Vientiane: Laos’s laid back capital which blends French architecture alongside 16th Century Buddhist temples; where monks in their orange robes still (just about) outnumber tourists as…

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In between the mighty Mekong and calming Khan rivers lies laid back Luang Prabang; a Unesco-protected world heritage site and a genuinely chic little town thanks to its colonial French Indochinese heritage. These good looks…

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Slip Dresses & a Scaramanga Backpack I can understand why a backpacker might never utter the words “capsule wardrobe,” out loud for fear of being ostracised by fellow travellers. But a carefully curated capsule wardrobe,…

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Virtually impossible to find amidst a secret garden right on the banks of Bangkok’s beguiling life on the river, you will find Ibrik Hotel; the city’s first ever boutique hotel which opened its doors in…

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