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One month in Southeast Asia

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*Fly (45 mins) south to the [[Ko Phi Phi]] [[Ko Lanta]] or [[Ko Pha Ngan]] islands for one week.
 
*Fly (45 mins) south to the [[Ko Phi Phi]] [[Ko Lanta]] or [[Ko Pha Ngan]] islands for one week.
 
*Fly from [[Phuket]] to [[Hanoi]] or [[Saigon]] in [[Vietnam]] (2 hours). Spend 1 week visiting the surrounding area.
 
*Fly from [[Phuket]] to [[Hanoi]] or [[Saigon]] in [[Vietnam]] (2 hours). Spend 1 week visiting the surrounding area.
*From [[Saigon]] travel through the [[Mekong Delta]] to [[Cambodia]]. Spend 3-4 days in [[Phnom Penh]] and 3-4 days in [[Siem Reap]] visiting [[Angkor Wat]].
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*From [[Saigon]] travel through the Mekong Delta to [[Cambodia]]. Spend 3-4 days in [[Phnom Penh]] and 3-4 days in [[Siem Reap]] visiting [[Angkor Wat]].
 
*'''OR''' From [[Hanoi]] in the north or [[Da Nang]] in central [[Vietnam]] cross the border into [[Laos]] by bus (8-12 hours). Spend a week visiting ruins and the Mekong river area.
 
*'''OR''' From [[Hanoi]] in the north or [[Da Nang]] in central [[Vietnam]] cross the border into [[Laos]] by bus (8-12 hours). Spend a week visiting ruins and the Mekong river area.
 
*Fly (1 hour) or take a bus (8-14 hours) from [[Siem Reap]], Cambodia, or [[Vientiane]], Laos,  back to [[Bangkok]].
 
*Fly (1 hour) or take a bus (8-14 hours) from [[Siem Reap]], Cambodia, or [[Vientiane]], Laos,  back to [[Bangkok]].

Revision as of 18:20, 13 September 2006

Understand

This page gives an iterinary for a month-long whirlwind tour of the highlights of Southeast Asia.

Prepare

Get in

Most major international airlines fly into Bangkok, but there are dozens of daily connections to surrounding countries.

Go

The grand palace in Bangkok

Stay safe

Get out

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