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I know that there is no actual answer to this question, but I would appreciate anybody's input. My wife and I (in our early 50's) are planning to visit south-east Asia next year ('14), probably for a month, somewhere between Jan-Mar. Neither of us has been to Asia before. We enjoy staying in one area for a while rather than just making pit-stops. Both of us are in reasonably good shape for hiking & exploring. We enjoy seeing wildlife, although we enjoy the other cultural/social/scenic aspects, as well.
So my question is: Would you choose Thailand, Cambodia and/or Vietnam or Borneo and Sumatra?

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