Finding untrammeled destinations has become increasingly harder in the qglobal village, q but Footprint Backpacker Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos takes the adventurous trekker to some of the lesser-traveled paths in the world. Filled with clear color maps, this authoritative guide offers candid reviews of the best places to stay, including a wide range of hostels and roadhouses. Backpackers can follow the entire length of the mighty Mekong River, stopping at historic temples, palaces, and pagodas along the way to sightsee or play. Here too is current information on where to buy the best silk and sample the finest cuisine in Indochina. Highlights include visits to monumental Angkor Wat and the moving Plain of Jars, a trip on the Bamboo Train, and much more.numbers in this guide include the 0 and the area code. Most shops or cafes ... Cambodia Landline linkages are so poor in Cambodia that many people and businesses prefer to use mobile phones instead. ... Tipping is rare but appreciated in Cambodia. ... Tourist information Contact details for tourist offices and other information resources are given in the relevant Ins and Outs sections throughout the text.
|Title||:||Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos|
|Author||:||Jock O'Tailan, Claire Boobbyer, John Colet, Andrew Spooner|
|Publisher||:||Footprint Handbooks - 2006-01-01|