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help with xmas holiday

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thanks in advance fodorites for helping me plan another holiday. we are a family of 4 (kids 19 and 21) who have 2 weeks (including travel from canada) for a trip to somewhere in SEA. despite pouring thru the forum, and guide books, I cannot come up with the perfect holiday yet. we like experiences over shopping, and do not need to spend much time with temples. we loved thailand, the highlights being the elephant training camp, our trek (hike, elephants, boat) from chiang mai, and our day with tong to secret village. we have enjoyed safari in south africa, and the nile in egypt. where do you recommend in SEA? we are looking at vietnam or honk kong/bali, though laos looks lovely. we can stay in basic accommodation if need be for an experience (elephant training camp) but prefer a higher level of accommodation. thailand had beautiful hotels! our budget would be in the $2-300/night (more if 4 pple could be in one room). we do not want to kill ourselves running from place to place, and would happily hire tour guides/drivers along the way. Help!

thanks again

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