The Naga Fireball phenomenon takes place every year around the full moon at the end of the Buddhist Lent in October on the Mekong River between Laos and Thailand. Are the fireballs produced by the Naga, a large mythical Serpent living in the river, or can science explain the rational behind them? It has yet to be determined.
Smiling Albino’s intuitive look into the changing travel industry this month focuses on New Luxury — from fashion, to travel, to education — transends customary luxury & consists of tailor-made, experiential, relational & narratable experiences
Smiling Albino’s monthly roundup of Southeast Asia’s travel news and company updates. This month’s focus is on people and preparations for the high season.
For a city that acts as one of Asia’s – indeed, the world’s – most important transportation hubs, you would think that Bangkok would have a large number of airports.
Discover the best sunset viewing spots in Southeast Asia.