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My first encounter with Asia began with a three month trip exploring the islands and beaches of Thailand. This sparked my fascination with the beauty of Asia and a curiosity about its wonderful cultures. I’ve since spent time exploring the islands of Indonesia, visiting the ancient temples of Cambodia, and venturing from the south to the north of Vietnam on a motorbike.
In my most recent travels, I've spent time exploring the city of Hong Kong and a month in Rajasthan, India, and I can't wait to see where I'll go next.
For a photography buff like me Asia is full of inspiration and wonder. It's packed with eye-opening adventures, intriguing cultures and delectable food. I just adore it.Check out Louise's photo diary
What my guests have said
"Thank you for helping plan an outstanding vacation. From being whisked through the Bangkok airport to the hotels to the temples it was all spectacular. Louise, you did a stellar job! "
"Louise, I just wanted to let you know how many times we toasted you for making this the trip of a lifetime! Everything was perfect and we really appreciate your professionalism… you’ll be our first call the next time!"
"I'd leave tomorrow and do it all over again!! You guys are awesome!"
"Louise was so creative with fantastic attention to every detail. We could not have put together such an epic, memorable and seamless travel experience to Thailand for our 11 family members ranging in age from 5 to 76 without her!"
"We had a fabulous trip!! Thank you for your attention to detail. You created a trip of a lifetime."
"Thank you for designing and organizing our incredible adventure in Thailand! We had a fantastic time!"
Favourite places I've been
Travel with a shawl. It packs light and can be used for conservative experiences such as visiting temples in Asia.
Take photos of your favorite designer clothing, in Vietnam and Thailand they'll tailor an outift just for you in the finest silks.
Go easy on the spice if you’re asked your heat preference. Food in Asia can be a lot hotter than you may be used to!
Wake up early to see the spectacular sunrise in Siem Reap when visiting Angkor Wat. It's much more peaceful at that time of day and you'll avoid being shoulder to shoulder with other visitors.
My hot picks
Float along the Mekong River from Vietnam to Cambodia on a 5 star boutique hotel with a Michelin-starred chef on board.
Great location just 15 minutes away from the temples, it has a beautiful pool to relax in and the service is impeccable.
A 19th-century royal palace, that's both historical and beautiful. From the lovely green lawns and birds to the striking wallpaper, it's perfect.