I am going to asia for 7 months on my gap year before going to medical school and am spending 4 months in North East India. I am planning to go to Nepal, Thailand, Vietman, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, Yunnan, Beijing and Shanghai but don't know whether the 3 and a half months left after India is long enough to do this! Need some advice on which is worth staying in for longest and how long roughly to stay in each place. I don't want to rush places too much but i also want to see lots and do lots! Any advice on any of these countries would be much appreciated! Thanks!
India is too big.mointains,beaches,temple cities,tribal villages all in one pack.
If you happen to come eastern side of india,it has pilgrimage ancient temples,hills,tribals,nice beaches etc.I am at Puri and Konark.
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With 3-1/2 months you can visit south India easily or any one part of india.Since you say that you don't wish to rush-up, i think very easily you can see any one part of india--either east, west or south or north.
You can choose according to your liking. If you like beaches, you can select east, south or south west.
If you need any suggestion, you are welcome to ask.
i think 3-1/2 months is a good relaxing period to see a region.
Well if you are passing through Bombay and want to check out some paragliding you can
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China is one of the best choices in Asia, cuz it's pretty much everything...a great conbination of Asia