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We are traveling to Maui in the end of March 2010 for my sister's 50th birthday and 25th anniversary and are considering tacking on a piece of Asia before heading back to Atlanta, We would probably have a max of 7 days including travel time to get back to Atlanta. I have never been to Asia (except for India) - my husband has been to Hong Kong and Toyko but just on business. Also if there is somewhere else outside of the 4 places that you'd recommend from Maui that would be fine as well. We want to save Australia and New Zealand for when we have more time.

We like seeing seeing the sights and experiencing the culture, and as another poster said walking but not hiking and are not big museum people if that helps at all.

Thanks for your help.

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