Best southeast asia travel books
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South-east Asia has undeniably had its fair share of war and torment through the centuries, from colonisation in Malaysia to communist rule in Cambodia and civil war in Vietnam. There are beautiful beaches, incredible mountains and welcoming people. You have super-modern cities and ancient temples, which combined form the fascinating area we call South-east Asia. We selected eight books covering the region. This list includes a mix of new releases and some older titles that have become classics of their genre. This non-fiction book graphically retells the story of a family — and nation — torn apart. She vividly describes the sight and smell of rotting corpses and being forced to eat whatever scraps they could get their hands on, and the terror and loss suffered by so many.
The travel trail through Southeast Asia is well worn. Starting in beautiful Thailand, the trail makes its way to up-and-coming Laos, through Vietnam, and through the temples of Angkor Wat. It then heads back into Thailand, where people head south to party in the Thai islands before moving down to into Malaysia and Singapore. I love backpacking Southeast Asia and have written extensively about it. I know it like the back of my hand.
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