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Thailand in mourning for a year after death of King Bhumibol

Thailand in Mourning for a year after the death of the King. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) have updated the travel advice for Thailand following the official announcement of the death of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej. There is now an official period of mourning of one year from 14 October 2016. During the […]

Conde Nast Traveller – Top restaurants around the world

Conde Nast Traveller have produced a shortlist of 207 top restaurants around the world, including some of our own mouth-watering favourites in Latin America and South-East Asia. Bangkok, Thailand: Nahm Buenos Aires, Argentina: La Cabrera Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Cuc Gach Quan La Paz, Bolivia: Gustu Lima, Peru: Central Maldonado, Uruguay: La Huella Mendoza, Argentina: […]

Cycling to Paris for laughs and smiles

At Revealed Travel, we strongly believe in providing support and help for social projects in the regions where we work. In Latin America we are working with the travel industry to support social projects throughout the region. These projects are helping providing clean water, dental or medical support and practical training to provide people with new skills in Mexico, […]

Myanmar ethnic groups in peace talks with Aung San Suu Kyi

A major ethnic peace conference begins on Wednesday, aimed at ending the wars and tensions that have blighted Myanmar since  independence. The five day conference will be opened by Aung San Suu Kyi. Amongst the international delegates will be UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon. The conference is part of Suu Kyi’s attempt to end the long-running uprisings and […]

Laos Revealed: Our newest website for South East Asia

Laos has a well-deserved reputation as an unspoiled, welcoming country with fantastic scenery and wonderful diversity, from World Heritage sites, to temples, caves, waterfalls and river cruises.  It is the only landlocked country in Southeast Asia, with nearly three-quarters of its landmass covered in mountains and forested hills. The mighty Mekong River winds through the […]

British Birdwatching Fair, Rutland: come and see us

The British Birdwatching Fair at Rutland Water has come around once again. For birdwatching trips to South-East Asia, Central & South America, the Falkland Islands, Antarctica and beyond, do come and talk to us. You can find us at the Birding in Central America stand,  Marquee 2, Stand 78.  We’ll be at the show until […]

New website: Cambodia Revealed

Cambodia is fun, appealing and friendly  with a rich history, delicious food, an attractive coastline and, of course, Angkor Wat, which is a must for the first-time visitor to the country. We are delighted to launch our new dedicated website for travel to Cambodia within our South-East Asia Revealed group. Link:       Cambodia Revealed   Coming soon: Laos […]

Thailand: Security Alerts

The Foreign and Commonwealth office has updated their travel advice for Thailand following a series of blasts on 11 and 12 August in various resorts. The Thailand authorities are urging vigilance and to report anything suspicious to the police. Revealed Travel are monitoring the situation and liaising with our local ground agents and passengers. Initial reports […]

Rio 2016: Gold first for Vietnam

Vietnam won the gold in the 10-meter air pistol shooting on Saturday. It is Vietnam’s first-ever gold medal at the Olympics.  Hoang Xuan Vinh won the men’s 10-metre air pistol finals, beating Brazil’s Felipe Almeida Wu into second place whilst China’s Wei Pang took bronze. For all the news from the games, please see:    

Thailand Referendum: approval for new constitution

They have had their own referendum in Thailand on whether to accept a new constitution. With over 90% of the results in, 61.5% of votes were in favour. The new constitution will lay the foundations for elections by the end of 2017 and a return to civilian government albeit influenced by the military and controlled by appointed (rather than […]

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