Asia

From the wildlife in Borneo’s last rain forests to the chaos in the streets of Saigon, southeast Asia is a continent full of intrigue, adventure, mystic, and spirituality that it has spellbound us for over twenty years.

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Cambodia – Siem Reap

After one night in Phnom Penh we flew further to our goal in Cambodia – Siem Reap. It is here most of the tourists come to see the fantastic temples in the surrounding area. Here is the largest concentration of temples in the whole world. The history in Cambodia can be split in 3 epochs: 1) Before Angkor time. 2) Angkor time. and 3) After Angkor time. The...

Cambodia – Phnom Penh

Cambodia – Phnom Penh

We landed in Cambodia’s capital town Phnom Penh to stay one night. Th civil war ended in 1997 and the country is one of the poorest in the world. Cambodia has 12 million citizens and it says they also have nearly 10 million land mines still in the country! They are now restoring roads and buildings. There were not many tarmaced roads! The soil was red and brown...

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Singapore

Singapore The republic Singapore is one of the worlds smallest countries. Singapore or Singa Pura (Liontown) has around 3 millions citizens. There are mostly Chinese (78%), Malay (14%) and Indies (7%). Singapore has a clean and nice environment and the business district with it’s sky-scrapers give a picture of a modern society. The country is indeed not so old...

Sabah – Danum Valley

Danum Valley From Sepilok we took a bus to Lahad Datu and then further with a mini bus (100 km) into the real rain forest in Danum Valley. Here is the forest with the smallest influence from mankind. It is an exclusive area and the only chance to visit this is to book accommodation at Borneo Rainforest Lodge. It is here in Danum Valley where the Swedish nature...