Rural life in Laos

Shy and hidden between the Mekong River and the limestone mountains, Laos is one of the most humble countries I ever visited. The challenging geographical position and the harsh history didn’t help too much this country to have an encouraging economical growth. However, Laos is simply beautiful, exactly how it’s Read more…

Houses of Luang Prabang

Besides the shiny silhouettes of Buddhist Temples that dominate Luang Prabang’s landscape, the city’s different housing styles also made it worthy of becoming a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. Ethnicity, cultural beliefs, social status, the environment, and political contexts influenced residential architecture. I reserved this article to present two Read more…

Indian Hospitality

If you were thinking that you knew the meaning of the word hospitality, come to visit India, and afterward, you’ll realize that you have another understanding of this concept. Indian hospitality is unique, it doesn’t resume to generosity and welcoming, values that other countries have them as well, it’s also Read more…

Rural Life in Myanmar

Myanmar, also known as Burma, is one of the most ethnically diverse countries I’ve visited in South-East Asia. With a size of 676,578 square kilometers and a population of about 54 million inhabitants divided into more than 130 ethnic races, Myanmar is predominantly a rural country. Approximately 70% of the Read more…