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Welcome to the Bamboo Travel blog where we post our latest news and travel ideas. Please use the filter below to find articles relevant to your interests, and please come back regularly to be kept abreast of the very latest developments in Asia.

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Phong-Nha Cave
18/06/2015
Bamboo Team Travels, Vietnam News
Only recently opened up to tourism, Phong Nha is yet to experience the development of other areas in Vietnam, and for those who venture here, it offers a truly breath-taking look at some of Vietnam’s natural wonders.
Golden Rock, Kyaiktiyo
04/06/2015
Bamboo Team Travels, Myanmar News
Departing from Yangon on a highway that heads west, and ultimately south, I set out in search of adventure in a somewhat forgotten, but nevertheless rewarding, part of Myanmar.
Crocodile Lake
28/05/2015
Bamboo Team Travels, Vietnam News, Wildlife and Conservation
Vietnam has a lot to offer any traveller, whether they’re looking for gleaming sandy beaches, ancient historical relics, jaw-dropping scenery or untamed wildlife. Cat Tien National Park is one of Vietnam’s best wildlife and bird-watching destinations, and can be a real adventure for anyone who makes the journey.
Iban Fishing - Batang Ai
22/05/2015
Borneo News
Malaysian Borneo is a great place to for a holiday between March and October, and is synonymous with abundant wildlife, pristine rainforest and idyllic tropical islands, but many visitors end up having little or no exposure to another of Borneo's unique draws - the indigenous tribal culture.
cycling in China's Yunnan Province
07/05/2015
General Articles, Family Travel
Here is our pick of the most popular cycling experiences in the countries we feature. These are not in any way strenuous and are suitable for anyone who is reasonably fit and able to ride a bicycle.
Our proud guide of the month, Mr Sinath
23/04/2015
General Articles, Cambodia News
The right guide can make or break a trip. One of the reasons we pride ourselves on being able to continuously offer high-quality trips all over the Far East, is the fact that we always do our best to work with the very best guides in each country. We would therefore like to take this opportunity to introduce you to a few of our top-rated guides, beginning this month with Mr Sinath, one of our regulars in Cambodia.
View back over the Gokteik Viaduct
16/04/2015
General Articles, Myanmar News
The legacy of British Burma can be found all over modern Myanmar. One notable hangover of colonial times is an extensive – if distinctly unmodernised - rail network. Here we run-down the most memorable journeys available. 
Scenery near Xining
25/03/2015
General Articles, Bamboo Team Travels, China News
I was apprehensive about taking a ride on the controversial Qinghai-Tibet Railway, but having read up on the subject, and pondered whether to go or not, I grasped my opportunity to “see for myself” and experience the highest train ride on earth.
Kuthodaw Pagoda, Mandalay
19/03/2015
Bamboo Team Travels, Myanmar News
Sometimes it’s easy to get preoccupied by trying to get ‘off-the-beaten-track’ and visit places no-one else has been before. But Myanmar is one country where you don’t have to stray too far from the path to find an unforgettable experience.
BA's World Traveller Plus
11/03/2015
General Articles, Airline Updates
With all of our destinations at least a 10-hour flight away, it’s no surprise that many would consider an upgrade to a more comfortable long-haul experience. While Business class is out of reach for many, several airlines have incorporated Premium Economy cabins into their service.
High-speed train
26/02/2015
China News
China is a vast country. This fact can sometimes be lost on you as you fly from place to place. To truly grasp the enormity of this fascinating country, China really has to be seen by train.
The lakes of Jiuzhaigou
20/02/2015
China News
China has some of the most varied and spectacular scenery in the world, and we would like to take you on a journey into this breath-taking and often overlooked aspect of this vast and diverse country.