Southeast Asia on a Shoestring

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Lonely Planet, 2004 - Travel - 972 pages
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Hit the Southeast Asia hippy trail in a rickety bus packed with chickens. You'll find your nirvana at a Buddhist temple, on a perfect beach, or in a bowl of noodle soup. Written for backpackers by backpackers, this guide to 11 countries lets you go further, stay longer and pay less for an adventure of a lifetime. Book jacket.

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As with many Lonely Planet (or perhaps we should start calling it the "Crowded Planet") editions this is yet another must have in the backpack. Printed in 2006, the prices are slightly out of date, however everything that I have looked for is where the book says it is! Great hints on getting around and sightseeing as well. Many travelers simply refer to it as "The Book". 

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User Review  - Adriana Del Moral - Goodreads

It's a very complete guide. Although, the tips for Indonesia (specially Bali) and Koh Tao (Thailand) are not great, and actually a bit crappy. Read full review

Contents

THE AUTHORS
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GETTING STARTED
18
BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
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Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Cambon was born and raised in Vancouver. She has a Masters degree. She lives and works in Shanghai.

Kristin Kimball is a farmer and a writer living in northern New York. Prior to farming, Kimball worked as a freelance writer, writing teacher, and as an assistant to a literary agent in New York City. A graduate of Harvard University, she and her husband Mark have run Essex Farm since 2003, where they live with their two daughters.

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