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Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos, 2nd: Tread Your Own Path (Footprint - Travel…

by Claire Boobbyer

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From the Mekong Delta to the Chinese border in Northern Laos, here is the first guide of its kind to these three southeast Asian countries. Experience Angkor Wat, the strangeness of the Plain of Jars, travel on a bamboo train and visit the Perfume Pagoda. Includes detailed coverage of Bangkok, the main transportation hub for the region.Travel and holiday.… (more)

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