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Three Days in Ho Chi Minh & Two in Siem Reap, or Vice Versa?

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I've apportioned six days of my Southeast Asia trip to Ho Chi Minh City and Siem Reap (5 days sightseeing, one day in transit). I was planning on spending three days in HCMC and two days in Siem Reap, but it looks like I might want to switch that around. I really want to see the Cu Chi Tunnels and some of the other historical sights in HCMC; do you think two days is enough? And could I easily fill three days in Siem Reap?

Any suggestions and/or advice would be much appreciated.

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