7 easy tips for respectful travel in Southeast Asia

Parasols for sale, street market, Luang Prabang, Laos

With its predominantly Buddhist and Muslim religions, Southeast Asia has a few cultural practices and etiquette rules different than those in western countries.

For A World To Travel, here are my 7 easy ways to travel respectfully in Southeast Asia, which help protect the region’s cultures and economies, and help make your stay more pleasant for everyone. I share tips on what to wear too (including my new fave travel shirts, Ably Apparel which resist stains and smells and rarely need washing).

One of the faces at Bayon Temple, Siem Reap, Cambodia

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