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The itinerary I planned starts in Bangkok, then Luang Prabang, then Siem Reap, ending with 4 days in Krabi (Koh Lanta).

Am I missing something? I see only 1 flight per day from BKK to Krabi (leaves BKK at 10:20) and there are no flights from Siem Reap that get into BKK in the early morning.

Does anyone know about a bus or train that connects in the early morning or do we just bite the bullet and fly to BKK, overnight there, and fly out in the morning.

We have only 20 days for our tour and I want to make the connection in the fastest way possible.

Thanks.

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