• Title: Lonely Planet Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos & Northern Thailand
  • Author: Nick Ray Lonely Planet
  • ISBN: 9781741798234
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lonely Planet Vietnam Cambodia Laos Northern Thailand The Mekong It s an exotic name guaranteed to fire up the imagination Riding high on the global hotlist the region is home to such iconic sights as Angkor Wat Halong Bay and Luang Prabang Nick Ray L
    The Mekong It s an exotic name guaranteed to fire up the imagination Riding high on the global hotlist, the region is home to such iconic sights as Angkor Wat, Halong Bay and Luang Prabang Nick Ray, Lonely Planet WriterOur PromiseYou can trust our travel information because Lonely Planet authors visit the places we write about, each and every edition We never accept frThe Mekong It s an exotic name guaranteed to fire up the imagination Riding high on the global hotlist, the region is home to such iconic sights as Angkor Wat, Halong Bay and Luang Prabang Nick Ray, Lonely Planet WriterOur PromiseYou can trust our travel information because Lonely Planet authors visit the places we write about, each and every edition We never accept freebies for positive coverage so you can rely on us to tell it like it is.Inside This Book11 expert authors4909 km of winding river180 temples56 weeks of in depth researchInspirational photosEasy to read layoutIn depth background3D plans of inconic sightsComprehensive planning toolsAt a glance practical info

    One Reply to “Lonely Planet Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos & Northern Thailand”

    1. 3.5*A travel book that gets you prepared rather than excited.I'll confess that I didn't read the Thailand section, other than Bangkok as I'm not going there. Workmanlike coverage of all the essential facts. I'll be able to report how accurate it is after the trip!Edit: Originally read Aug 2015, update November 2015. The book was helpful, some sections clearer than others - for example information on money machines more accurate for Thailand & Cambodia than the other 2 countries. With free wi [...]

    2. Obviously didn't read it cover to cover, but used it as a travel tool for almost five weeks in Vietnam and Cambodia. Very useful with the maps, when a bus would dump me in a new city, to find the areas with hotels, sights and places to eat. Although, I would pick up better maps once in the city.The downside is that everybody else is traveling around with the same book, so you end up traveling the similar routes, eating in the same places and staying at the same hotels as everybody else. Several [...]

    3. I prefer Rough Guides to Lonely Planet and found that this condenses multi-country volume lacked most of the budget options and many of the outdoor options I prefer. I used it as a basic guide for planning regions but always also picked up a free, out-of-date country guide or used WikiTravel to find the things I really enjoyed.

    4. We used this book during our month-long trip in the Mekong area (Thailand, Laos and Cambodia). It was very helpful and we trusted it with hotels, restaurants and sites. It has good and reliable information and we had no problems at all.Laos was the best in my opinion, but this is not the place to talk about it!

    5. Great little travel guide with just the right amount of detail without being to thick and heavy to drag around.

    6. I read this to prepare for my first trip to Asia and took it with me to Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand. It was accurate, genuinely helpful and very entertaining to read.

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