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11. Posted by Kamelski (Budding Member 9 posts) 1y

Would you recommend a cooking school? Do you know if I can attend alone or do I need a cooking partner(or you name it).
I have considered to do some yoga while i am traveling. Do you know any good and affordable yoga places. I think many yoga places are kinda expenssive.

I will consider it :). Thank you.

[ Edit: Edited on 06-Feb-2015, at 22:56 by Kamelski ]

12. Posted by CheersT (Travel Guru 2422 posts) 1y

There are LOTS of schools in Chiang Mai ranging from super tiny to fairly large. Just visit a few until you find one that has a good vibe. Single students are of course welcome.

No clue about yoga. I'm already too flexible...

Cheers,
Terry

13. Posted by Javni (Inactive 1 posts) 1y

Kamelski! I must say that the places which you have caused all of are amazing. I was in Southeast Asia a long time ago for a very short time, and explored some of the famous cities of Southeast Asia. That was a great experience. I have visited Thailand and Cambodia but never visited Laos. So, I don't have much idea about the loss, but I have to say that you must visit Thailand that is the most amazing city in the whole Southeast Asia.

14. Posted by Azzie.N (Budding Member 13 posts) 1y

I spent 3 weeks in Cambodia in October, it was soooo amazing!!! The best place I stayed was at Arcadia backpackers in Kampot, its really worth trying it out as there is so much going on at the hostel but the surroundings are really relaxing. Don't bother with visiting Phnom Penh as there's not much to do compared to other places (if you do go 11 happy is a really good hostel to stay in). Other places to go that shouldn't be missed are Sihanoukville and obviously Angkor Wat at sunrise is amazing (so are the other temples!!!) I got the boat from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap which took around 7 hours but was one of the best highlights of the trip!!!

As for visas I know that you can get a travel visa to Thailand and Cambodia when you arrive, it really does not take that long!! you just need some passport photos and $25 for the Cambodia visa:) coach trips from Cambodia to Vietnam are a lot cheaper than flights but take a very long time :) Hope you have as an amazing time as I did, an be sure to hold on tight to luggage as it is quite common for scooters riding past to pull yours out of a tuk tuk. :) :) :)

15. Posted by a.chanime (Budding Member 5 posts) 1y

Hey there, I'm going to start my first trip too alone since I haven't had any travel companion yet. But different from you. I have a lot country to visit but short time to visit, middle or March to beginning of April . Hehe. Well nothing is impossible and I'll let the wind guide me where to go. But so far I have planned to go to Singapore first, the Malaysia, those two won't be long, the next Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos. If possible and my visa got approved I will visit Japan and south Korea too before going back to my country, Indonesia. Haven't make any fix itinerary, just a rough draft of where to go so far. When are you planning to go tho?

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