Khiri Travel Launches New Walking and Cycling Tours

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 19 July 2013

Khiri Travel has launched seven urban and rural walking and cycling trips in Southeast Asia.

Three of the new tours are designed for lovers of food and architecture. The first of these, the Phnom Penh walking tour, lets guests sample assorted street stall noodles, sweetmeats and delicacies including apaing - deep-fried spiders. The trip ends at a brewery.

The Phuket Old Town walking tour brings alive the Chinese clan heritage of the former tin mining island. The town's Sino- Portuguese architectural heritage and mansions of tin mining barons are evocative of a bygone era. The highlight is bijou Soi Romanee lane where guests can get a haircut in an old barber shop.

The Yangon Heritage Walk explores the city with one of the largest number colonial buildings in all of Southeast Asia.

Three new cycling tours are Cycling the Plain of Jars in Laos, Bicycling Bagan Without Temples (a trip across the Irrawaddy River to new Bagan) and Ben Tre in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam.

The seventh new tour is a two day insight into the Karen mountain people in Huay Khao Lip mountain area, a 90 minute drive from Chiang Mai, Thailand. The tour includes an overnight village stay, bamboo raft ride, forest hike, vegetable gathering and food preparation.

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