The morning market in Luang Prabang is an experience for the senses – all of them. This is a locals’ market, so most of what you’ll find here aren’t crafts or tourist-geared products (you can find those in the night market). Instead, expect to see a lot of spices, grains, honeycomb, produce, raw (and cooked) Read Post
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In more than 30,000 travel photos and 300 hours of footage (and counting!), we’ve captured incredible moments around the world. Take a tour of a night market in Malaysia or discover how to cut jackfruit by watching a short video.
This is video of a tour we took of a silkworm factory in Đà Lạt, Vietnam. Below is a description of the stages in which silk is created and harvested from silkworms: “The production of cocoon for their filament is called sericulture. The species Bombyx mori is usually cultivated and is raised under controlled condition Read Post
Never had clothes tailor made for you? Not sure where to start? Here are several tips from Vietnamese tailor, Nga, owner of Ha Na Cloth Shop & Tailor in Hoi An, Vietnam on what you should know when clothes shopping.
The weather was so hot while we were in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam that we decided to abandon ship (temporarily).
Here is a time lapse video of the sun coming up on the Nam Khan River in Luang Prabang, Lao People’s Democratic Republic. I sped up the footage and did a slow digital zoom, so if it looks like the river is moving fast, it is actually moving 400x’s faster than it should be.