Portraits of Asia continues with a journey to one of the last hidden gems of the world. A place where prayer flags flap in the wind. Where the crisp and clear glacial rivers flow cold and fast. A place shrouded in mystery. Somewhere time has forgotten… The Kingdom of Bhutan!
Until recently Bhutan was essentially cut off from the rest of the world. A place most people have never heard of and even fewer have experienced. Whether you choose to trek the himalayas; Immerse yourself in the local Buddhist culture; Interact with the locals; And much, much more. You’ll be left with a lasting impression. An appreciation for a simpler life, a simpler time.
To take you on this epic journey, we have selected Kadinchey by Nick Bertke. A short but beautiful movie that’ll give you a glimpse of what life is like in Bhutan. But, being as off the beaten path as it is, there just isn’t one film you can watch. Do a bit of searching, see what you can find. Share your favorites with us.
We are pleased to present part five of our series Portraits of Asia. This time we’re taking you to… Cambodia!
To bring this place to life we have chosen — Cambodia by properniceinnit. A lovely short video, featuring beautiful sights, great sounds, it’s full on Cambodia! More than just a visit to Angkor Wat, it will take you on a whirlwind tour of this amazing South East Asian paradise. From temples, to white sand beaches, to the street life of Phnom Penh and much, much, more.
If it screams Cambodia, this video will take you there. And for those of you who’ve already been, get ready to be taken right back!