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A two-week overland adventure through Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand, which happened in the middle of my trip around Indochina. This itinerary followed the most popular tourist route in Indochina passing through the cities of Bangkok, Siem Reap, Phnom
Fours days around Pakse and Bolaven Plateau in Southern Laos. During this trip, I joined an excellent Coffee Tour at Paksong, enjoyed the views of magnificent waterfalls at the Bolaven Plateau, and went on an excursion to the hilltop temple of Vat Phu.
I intended to stay at least 4 days in Vientiane to apply for my Myanmar tourist visa application at the embassy there. One full day would’ve been enough to visit the major tourist spots. What really made my trip to Vientiane remarkable were the new fri
is considered as the cultural and religious capital of Northern Thailand. There are more than 300 temples in Chiang Mai and its outskirts. Many of these temples are of exceptional historical and architectural value and within easy walking distance from
Five days in Umphang, where I enjoyed a very scenic cruise along the Mae Klong River and an overnight trekking tour to Thee Lor Su Waterfall, Thailand’s most majestic waterfall. Itinerary Overview Destinations Details Previous Chiang Mai Day 1 Mae Sot
It seemed like my temple fatigue in Chiang Mai had already subsided and I was ready to see more Buddhist temples. From Umphang, I traveled by bus to Kamphaeng Phet, stayed two nights there, and then continued to Sukhothai. Kampaeng Phet was a royal tow
Like most backpackers who come to the Indochina region of South East Asia, I started my trip in Thailand. I traveled around the northern part of the country for 30 days, which was the maximum length of stay that my free visa on arrival allowed. I didn’
My 10-week trip to mainland South East Asia, also known as Indo-china, was one of the biggest trips I had done. I traveled to six countries starting with Malaysia, then Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Myanmar. This itinerary, for me, was sort of
Laos was the second country I visited during my 10-week trip around Indochina (mainland South East Asia). Spending a month backpacking around Northern Thailand only left me one more month to travel through Laos (from north to south), cross the Cambodia
After exploring temple ruins in Sukhothai, I traveled back north towards the Thai-Laos border and found myself in Phrae and Chiang Rai. I broke the long land journey between Sukhothai and Chiang Rai by spending one night in Phrae, a small charming city

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