Laos has never enjoyed the same distinction as a travel destination as some of its more frequented Southeast Asia neighbours like Thailand and Vietnam. Still, the nation offers many treasures for the traveler seeking to get away from the bustle found elsewhere.
There's plenty to love about Bali. But there are a few things that can cause trouble in paradise. From motorbikes to mozzies, here's what to love, and what you might hate.
Find untouched beaches and laid-back vibes on Myanmar's Dawei Peninsula.
Burmese cuisine has a variety of international influences, including China, India, and Thailand – just to name a few. Nomad Andreas visits a traditional street bakery in Myanmar to see the process behind the flatbread.
Nomad Andreas experiences a Shin Pyu ordination ceremony in Myanmar, to find out what the journey from kid to monk is all about.
Ever wondered who makes the gold that covers Myanmar's statues, temples, and pagodas? Nomad Andrés meets the goldmakers.
From Hsipaw in the north to Dawei in the south, this is our pick of the top experiences in Myanmar.
World Nomads scholarship winner Helen Glenny learns that books have more tales to tell than the ones between their covers.
Find religious relics, pristine parks, and go shopping for souvenirs at the local markets in Yangon with our local insider Anika’s top picks.
Climate, weather, and where to go in Myanmar for adventure, spirituality, history, or a bit of peace and quiet.
Master these Burmese phrases to impress the locals you meet while traveling Myanmar, and snag a bargain for that bowl of noodles you’ve been eyeing off.
If you visit Myanmar, it’s extremely important that you try to engage in ethical tourism and, if you choose to visit tribal groups, you do so in a responsible way. Our insider Will shares his tips.
Don’t underestimate long distances and language barriers in Myanmar – here's how to find the best transport options to suit you and your budget.
With so many temples, stupas, pagodas, and monasteries to explore in Myanmar, where on earth do you start? Will Hatton, the Broke Backpacker, reveals the top ancient sites you must visit, to make planning a little easier.