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Thailand and ? 4 weeks summer 2016

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Our family of four ( kids ages 9 and 11) are headed to Asia for the first time! We are budget travelers who love adventure, culture, and food over museums and lengthy tours. We would love some itinerary suggestions. We have about 4 weeks in late June and July 2016. We are bound by school schedules and realize it's the rainy season. We are from Oregon so we'll be ok! Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and a beach (Ko Samui?) are musts. I'm also intrigued by Luang Prabang and Siem Reap. Some of the smaller Thai cities sound intriguing as well - Sukhothai and Ayutthaya to name two. I wonder if Vietnam or Penang, Malaysia are too far out of reach for this trip? We are ok booking a couple flights between cities but those costs add up. Train and bus travel are fine for us and add some adventure. Flying open-jaw might be a good option for us. Suggestions? I'm eager to start nailing down airfare, accommodations, and an itinerary. Thanks!

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