A fantastic and successful trip to Southeast Asia

A fantastic and successful trip to Southeast Asia

Neither the Icelandic volcano nor the civil unrest in Thailand could hamper our exciting tour to Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. The volcano showed its mercy in good time, so our group managed to get home, and the demonstrations in Bangkok did not affect in any way the trip and the time spent in exploring this cosmopolitan city. The undisputable highlight of the tour was the visit to the famous Angkor Temples, and especially to Angkor Wat – the largest religious complex in the world and one of the New Seven Wonders. Not to be missed was also sailing along the Mekong River in Vietnam. Next step in exploring Indochina – one of the really most wonderful places in the world – are Myanmar and Laos.

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