Penglipuran Village is a traditional village located in the Bangli regency on the island of Bali, Indonesia. It is situated about 700 meters above sea level, which contributes to its cool climate. The village is known for its well-preserved layout and culture. One of the most distinctive features of Penglipuran is that its architectural design and village planning remain consistent throughout the area. The houses and gardens are well maintained, reflecting the community's commitment to cleanliness and order.
Loy Krathong is a magical and culturally significant festival celebrated in Thailand and neighboring countries on the full moon of the twelfth month in the Thai lunar calendar, which usually falls in November. This festival is a beautiful celebration of water, light, and spirituality. In this blog post, we'll explore the history, significance, traditions, and unique regional variations of Loy Krathong.
Welcome to Tour East, a full-service Destination Management Company operating B2B exclusively from 11 countries across Asia. Our brochure is your key to the treasures of Cambodia, Indonesia, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. Whether you seek leisure, group adventures, or MICE services, we've got you covered.
Welcome to the redesigned Tour East website, your gateway to unforgettable experiences in Asia! At Tour East, we take pride in our tagline, "We Connect You In Asia," and with our new website, we're making it easier than ever for you to explore, plan, and book your dream Asian adventures. In this blog post, we'll guide you through some exciting updates and features of our freshly redesigned website, ensuring that your journey to Asia is seamless and inspiring.
Get ready for Halloween with our list of spooky places! If you love all supernatural things, we've found some seriously creepy destinations that are perfect for your next adventure. These places are full of ghosts and mysteries. Let's explore the eeriest spots in our destinations!
The Bali government is implementing the Bali Tourism Fee starting on February 14, 2024. The fee is set at IDR 150,000 per person (approximately USD 10), and payments are made through the website “Love Bali” or in-person payment.