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Traveling to SE Asia

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I am in the planning stage of a 6-8 weeks journey, starting from Canada (YUL) to Thailand (BKK), Myanmar, back to Thailand (northern) then Vietnam and Cambodia. I am wondering: 1) if there is a better / more logical way to set up this itinerary to maximize flights time and costs and also, which itinerary and arrival city airport is the best (and cheapest) from Canada? (I even considered flying through Taipei.) I am also searching for traditional markets, amazing artisans, local artists and craftman and woman making quality creations of any utensils or product related to food making or consuming and the art of the table. Thank you all very much for any suggestions and contacts you wish to share.

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