Cooperate Thai and Khmer media31, December 2012 | By Björn Jahner | Category: Have you heard? Thailand (FA01/2013) media representatives from Thailand and Cambodia have agreed during the annual media exchange program between the two countries in early December in Phnom Penh on developing a joint guideline that aims to better understand the specifics of the two media systems to a closer mutual cooperation to enable. The joint agreement was signed by Chavarong Limpattamapanee, president of the Thai Journalists Association (TJA) and pen Samitthy, President of Cambodian Journalists Club (CCJ), signed. Both countries would Khun Chavarong following the work content of the Guide to the TJA next meeting in March in Bangkok. The TJA and the CCJ decided to continue to conduct a ten-week workshop, learn the Khmer language in the Thai-Cambodian journalists and journalists Thai.
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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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