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Thailand is the perfect hub for onward journeys into Indochina. Bangkok itself has an extensive transportation network which links all corners of the globe to the wealth of historic and cultural treasures in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam.

Angkor Wat.

Angkor Wat, located in Siem Reap, Cambodia, is considered by many to be one of the Seven Wonders of the World. This gigantic temple, which is nearly 1000 years old, offers a unique glimpse at a very advanced, past civilization, and is easily accessible from Thailand.

Bagan.The ancient town of Bagan, Myanmar offers over 2000 ancient temples, pagodas, and shrines, dating back over 700 years. This collection of ancient temples is amongst the most impressive in the world, and is extremely significant in the history and religion of the region.

Vietnam.Vietnam is very much at the heart of Indochina and boasts a host of attractions for the tourist, from the misty northern highlands of Sapa, to the unchanged capital of Hanoi, the resort center of Danang to the steamy city of Ho Chi Minh.

Luang Prabang.This ancient city in Laos offers several well-preserved temples in some truly striking natural settings. Some of the temples in Luang Prabang are over 600 years old, and the vast number of caves, waterfalls, and vistas in the area are tremendous.
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