With its rich colours, friendly people, over-populated cities and stunning countryside, India is a photographer’s paradise, and nowhere more so than Rajasthan. As you wander through the state’s pastel-coloured cities and labyrinthine bazaars you’ll be presented with endless photo opportunities, whilst the wonderful rural villages provide an opportunity to meet the locals and experience a more »
Often when we think of photography we picture amazing wildlife shots and epic landscapes, but cities provide so many great photo opportunities too, with the chance to capture intricate architecture and locals going about their daily lives. We’ve collected together some of the best photos of our favourite Asian cities to inspire your next holiday. more »
Despite being the third largest country in the world, we’ve always seen China as something of an enigmatic kingdom. From the seemingly infinite 4,000-mile-long Great Wall which features on bucket lists worldwide, to the rice terraces in Longsheng and Chengdu’s charming pandas, there is simply so much to explore. We recently sent our Asia specialist more »
The first image that comes to mind when you picture Vietnam is usually the famous Halong Bay – with its strikingly beautiful landscape of limestone islets and emerald waters, it is not surprising that it features at the top of every traveller’s bucket list. However, here our Asia Specialist Chloe tells us why she thinks more »
Off-limits for years but now back on every intrepid traveller’s wish-list, Burma (now known as Myanmar) lies in the heart of Asia and is one of the most culturally rich countries in the world.
For the publication of our recent ‘Miles Away’ magazine, we spoke with Htun Htun Wynn and Tin Win Maw who are the founders of Green Hill Valley Elephant Camp in Burma. There are so many elephant experiences that tourists can take part in across South East Asia, but many of them are simply tourist attractions more »