Where are you going?
Or, let us surprise youSpin the Globe ®

Southeast Asia

List View
Map View
Save Place
Luang Prabang, Laos
For some the Mekong is for travel, for others the Mekong will provide commerce. At night when crowds disperse and mosquitoes fall asleep a walk down to the Mekong River near central Luang Prabang is well worth the view. The serpentine river carves...
Save Place
Banteay Srei, Cambodia
Banteay Srei was well-worth enduring the crowds (it was most crowded site we visited in Angkor), but at least the tour groups provided photo ops. [For a break from the masses, check out Beng Mealea (very similar to Ta Prohm). It's a bit of a...
Save Place
When I approached this woman in a Bangkok market, I mimed eating her colorful wares. I thought they were cookies for the upcoming Loy Krathong Festival. She found this to be very funny. These lotus-shaped boats are used in the festival. Candles...
Save Place
Kingkitsarath Rd, Luang Prabang, Laos
When I was in Luang Prabang, I found myself following a morning routine: I'd wake at dawn to watch the monks receive alms, wander through the morning market and then watch the sunrise over the Nam Khan river. It was a great way to start the day.
Save Place
Sukhothai, Thailand
Cows grazing by a small, ancient stupa surrounded with intricately carved elephants.
Save Place
Pisac, Peru
One of the best things to do while in Cuzco is to visit the Sunday farmer's market in the nearby Andean town of Pisac, taking either a taxi or a more economical bus to get there. The villagers surrounding Pisac come from miles around to sell their...