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Cambodia has come a long way over the past few decades, and an increasing number of social projects and initiatives have arisen to help drive sustainable development in the country. In particular, there are many restaurants, cafés and training facilities in Siem Reap dedicated to helping young Cambodian people gain valuable work skills and employment opportunities. If you are planning a visit to Siem Reap to visit the incredible temples in the Angkor Archaeological Park, you can also fill your days with lots of delicious food while ensuring that your

Just in case you needed even more reason to travel the world, here’s one more to spark your wanderlust: these amazing fields of blooming flowers around the world are a sight to behold. You may have heard of some of these before, but some are hidden gems that locals are sharing with all of us. Read on for some of the most incredible flower fields around the world that you have to visit! 1. Bluebells in Devon, England When it comes to springtime in England, there are few flowers more

If you are a regular reader of Yoga, Wine & Travel and are following me on Instagram, then it’ll be no surprise to you that I’m all about big, bold, bright, beautiful colours. Hong Kong has been home for more than 2 decades and is a feast for the eyes (and stomach, of course) – almost every single corner is extremely photogenic! It is one of the most vibrant cities in the world, so it should come as no surprise that Hong Kong is home to a plethora of multicoloured

If it weren’t already completely and utterly obvious, I am obsessed with elephants. If you are also in love with these gentle giants, you need to visit Sri Lanka ASAP as it has one of the biggest populations of wild Asian elephants in the world. Over the years, measures to protect wildlife (and in particular, elephants) have continued to  improve in Sri Lanka, and a number of facilities have been created to ensure the survival and wellbeing of animals. One such facility is the Elephant Transit Home in Udawalawe, Sri

Siem Reap and its Angkor Archaeological Park is one of those places that you have to see to believe. The history, culture and heritage is incredible and not to missed if you are traveling to Cambodia. The Angkor Archaeological Park is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and where the capital of the ancient Khmer Empire was located. Angkor is home to dozens of ancient temples and ruins, and hundreds of thousands of people flock there every year to visit Angkor Wat for its world-famous sunrises, Bayon for its intricate carved-stone faces

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