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Number of Reviews: 40 Overall score: *****
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Thai Indochina Grand Tour

Indo China in one month

5
Over one month we visited four countries. During this time we caught seven flights, took countless coaches/minibuses, four different river boats, one ferry, stayed in twelve hotels and participated in many excursions. During this time we suffered not one problem, delay or misadventure. Can you imagine how much focus and organisation this must have taken? There are many organisations that should take lessons from Exodus. Oh and we enjoyed every minute of the trip which was both exhilarating and intellectually stimulating.
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Thai Indochina Grand Tour

Thai Indochina Grand Tour

4
A full-on exploration of Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia with a couple of days in Thailand thrown in. Be prepared for some early mornings (3 @ 5.30 in first week I seem to remember but it got easier) and lots of long days travelling by various modes of transport. Trip centres mostly on cities so don't really get an in-depth feel of the countryside but with only 4 weeks to see everything the trip certainly covers all the main sites.
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Thai Indichina Grand Tour

5
Interesting and varied trip through Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. The contrast of countries, rural and urban environments was excellent. Stayed in mainly good hotels, many with swimming pools, one basic but in a lovely village, Pak Beng, one homestay in the Mekong Delta, one over night train journey.
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Indochina Grand Tour

4
This is a very good introduction to the four countries of Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. The group size of 16 worked well and we were fortunate to be part of an amenable group of like minded travellers. Particular highlights included the boat trip along the Mekong, Luang Prabang, Hanoi (crossing the road, the Hanoi Hilton, and 5C - the coldest there in twenty years), Hoi An, Saigon (War Remnants museum and Cu Chi tunnels), the Mekong Delta Homestay, Phnom Penh (Killing Fields, Museum of Genocide) and Angkor temple complex.
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Thai Indochina Grand Tour

Excellent trip

5
This tour is a great way to get to grips with the wonders of SE Asia, great food, magnificent rivers and mountain scenery, some great cities and a million paddy fields, their multitudinous but, oh-so-tolerant, religious ways, the horrors of the last 30 years versus life today ….. did I mention the food? Oh I nearly forget, plenty of temples – some rather impressive! 30 days may sound a lot but it is not long in each country so while there is some free time it is also a pretty full itinerary, especially in the heat and humidity.
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Thai Indochina Grand Tour

A wonderful month

4
This is a long but thoroughly enjoyable trip. The itinerary is very well planned to allow visitors to gain a great insight into this part of the world. The history and culture are fascinating in each country and although interlinked, have some very distinct differences. There are some very busy and tiring days, however, these are interspersed with days with free time or a more relaxing itinerary.
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Thai Indochina Grand Tour

One great experience after another

5
A great introduction to Indo China, this fast moving journey around the region is a lot of fun and there's a lot to discover. As the history and culture of these four countries is intertwined, it makes sense to cover them all. Despite the length and complexity of the trip, it ran like clockwork, owing to great planning and the quality of the leaders.
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THAI INDOCHINA GRAND TOUR

5
An excellent trip that followed the itinerary to the tee. The trip was full of adventure, excitement, variety and culture and gave a true reflection of South East Asia. The people were warm and their faith is evident in their every day lives.We certainly enjoyed every aspect of the trip and will certainly consider returning to this part of the world.
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