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The Rough Guide to Southeast Asia by Jeremy Atiyah
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The Rough Guide to Southeast Asia is the essential hanbook to this stunning region, covering nine countries, plus Hong Kong and Macau. The region is rich with magnificent temples, outstanding beaches, spectacular hikes and enchanting towns. For a visitor on an extended trip to the region, this is the ideal guide, full of practical information on getting around within the countries as well as overland border crossings, ferry routes and local flights. The guide offers critical listings of the best places to stay, eat, drink and party - from five-star cosmopolitan luxury to rustic beach huts. There are detailed maps and plans for every region, making trip planning and navigating simple, with hotel and restaurant listings pin-pointed on the maps.

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Written and researched by a team of veteran authors, each contributing their expertise on different countries and regions.
Release date NZ
August 25th, 2005
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
3rd Revised edition
Illustrations, maps
Rough Guides
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