TripAdvisor announced today (13/12) search results Cities Survey, a look of travelers and residents about 40 important tourist cities around the world - those who receive the largest number of international travelers. The survey shows the users' opinions about issues such as receptiveness of residents, quality of taxi service, cleanliness, safety, mobility, cost / benefit of the site and the impression obtained before and after your visit. The results were compiled based on responses from more than 75, 000 people who recently wrote a review on TripAdvisor about the participating cities. The Rio de Janeiro was the only Brazilian city to join the list and appears as the 11th city in the item receptiveness of residents whose ranking is led by Cancun. However, appears in 32 th and 39 th position in the ratings on cleanliness and safety, respectively, according to TripAdvisor users.
Other destinations that occupied the worst positions in the list of cities cleaner and safer were Beijing (27th position for cleaning and 19th, for safety), Moscow (29 and 36, respectively), Bangkok (37 th and 23 th, respectively) and Mumbai (40th and 33, respectively). Tokyo has the best placement in most rankings, being considered, including a cleaner and safer. Some of the other cities were analyzed Zurich, London, New York, Budapest, Buenos Aires, Istanbul, Moscow and Mumbai.
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Try Bangkok Air's pass2007-02-07 13:41:58 by embarcadero1
It's called the discovery pass and you have to get it through a travel agent in the US before you leave.
It won't take you to Vietnam -but will take you all over Thailand and to Cambodia - either Siem Reap or Phnom Penh.
One suggestion - why not narrow it down to tw...more relaxed and have a chance to see more.
If you want a really chilled-out island, my suggestion is koh yao. You can get their by boat from either Krabi or Phuket.
If you do go to Phnom Penh, be sure and take the Khmer architectural tour - you can arrange for a private guide even if they don't have a tour on. This was one of the highlights of my trip to SE Asia: /
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