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Jaw here shall we go for hiking and beach vacation in Asia Feb-Mar 2013

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Our preference is to combine morning hikes and tours of local highlights with afternoons on the beach. Travel time is anywhere between mid-February through mid-March 2013. Have a combination of Hilton and Starwood points but am not limited to them. We went to Hong Kong and Thailand last May and would love to revisit Thailand in February. Will also consider southern Vietnam, Cambodia, and other areas recommended by well-traveled Fodorites. We will have five-6 days in each of two locations, or 11 days in one. Spa a plus, mountains or hills nearby and beaches that are clear and clean are imperative. Had read alot about Vietnam then found some reports on beaches that were not clear as advertised.

Will we need a hiking guide? Prefer marked trails and the ability to self-navigate but this too is not set-in-stone.

I can't wait to hear. I've always decided general itinerary before posting for comments. This time I'm leaving it up to your comments and suggestions.

Thank you.

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