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Itinerary help for first time to Cambodia and Thailand

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This trip will place next January and as we are retired we don't have any time restrictions.
We would arrive in Phnom Penh from Vancouver via Hong Kong and stay for 3 nights, then fly to Siem Reap for 5 or 6 nights. Besides Angkor Wat we would like to see some of the countryside. We then plan to meet our friends in Thailand. They will be coming from Burma so we were thinking of meeting them in Bangkok, staying for 2 or 3 nights and then flying to Chiang Mai for 4 nights. We would then fly to Phuket or Krabi for 6 nights. Don't know if we should overnight again in Bangkok before our international flight or just use Bangkok as a stop over, as this is possible. I want to do some shopping on this trip so am considering staying in Hong Kong for a few nights on the way home. We have never been to HK, but as hotels seem very expensive I am hoping I will find great shopping in Cambodia or Thailand. Forgot to mention we want to fit in a trip to see River Kwai.

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