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by Charles Agar,Jennifer Eveland,Beth Reiber

eBook Frommer's Southeast Asia (Frommer's Complete Guides) download ISBN: 0764525409
Author: Charles Agar,Jennifer Eveland,Beth Reiber
Publisher: *Frommers; 3 edition (August 22, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 736
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Frommer's Southeast Asia book. Charles Agar, Jennifer Eveland.

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You'll never fall into the tourist traps when you travel with Frommer's. It's like having a friend show you around, taking you to the places locals like best. Our expert authors have already gone everywhere you might go they've done the legwork for you, and they're not afraid to tell it like it is, saving you time and money. No other series offers candid reviews of so many hotels and restaurants in all price ranges. Every Frommer's Travel Guide is up-to-date, with exact prices for everything, dozens of color maps, and exciting coverage of sports, shopping, and nightlife. You'd be lost without us!

This amazingly detailed guide, assembled by an intrepid and tireless team of writers, takes you through the best of 10 countries with all the practical information, late-breaking bargains, cultural insights, and user-friendly maps that have long been hallmarks of our series.

In Singapore and Malaysia, we'll show you monks, mosques, and a multicultural nightlife, even stopping in Borneo for spectacular wildlife viewing in its jungle preserves. In Thailand, we'll pull back the curtain on Bangkok's notorious (and fascinating) underbelly; visit Phuket's decadent beach resorts; and explore the north's traditional tribal areas. In Brunei, we'll follow the trail of the Sultan, one of the world's richest men. In Bali, we'll check out the island's world-class resorts and introduce you to the stellar arts scene from shadow puppet performances to the famed "monkey dance."

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It's all here in one handy volume that comes complete with etiquette tips, advice for business travelers, practical advice on planning your trip and getting around, and language glossaries. Don't leave home without it!

Comments: (7)
Arlana
Good historical and introduction overviews, which I always read to get an idea of the situation.

Does list possible hotels, sights to see, etc. But with Tripadvisor in the market, the list of hotel could cut the wordy-descriptions, give important high lights, (especially those based on experience, like whether it is clean, quiet, easy to find, etc, thing that a hotel website will not tell) and increase the list of phone numbers. PS: not all addresses are in local language.

Lists which buses/trains (long distance) run to which place from which place. This is what I use the book for the most.

Biggest miss: it is not easy to flip back and forth. The book should have more internal links. For example: a small table contents (with links) for every city would be helpful. Also, for every city there is a section on for example accommodation. But, unlike in a hard copy, it is not always clear where you are in book. Therefore, easy subheading, should have (perhaps in small print), the city/country, where that sub-heading belongs too. (PS: Lonely Planet Kindle edition has the same problem)).

Security information and the like are quite standard, and do not seem very specific per country/region. For example 'to dress modestly' and to cover the whole body, often only apply to some rural area's in SEA. I check how to locals look like and take that as a norm. That norm was less strict than the book suggested.

Tuk-tuk prices in both Phnom Penh and Vientiane outdated.

Maps good be bigger, more detailed, but PDFs can be downloaded from Frommer's website.

Recommended.
Kindle edition: recommended when you travel light and especially if you are doing a world trip or multi-country trip.
Kazimi
I purchased this book in May 2011 to do reserach on my upcoming trip to southeast Asia. Frommer's Southest Asia has a good general descriptions of Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Singapore, Malaysia, Bali/Indonesia (Philippines is not included) in 654 pages. Each country has a very good description of things a traveler should know(eg best time to travel, when important holidays are, historical information and facts, information on the political situation, safety precautions, tips on getting visas to some of the countries, sites to visit, getting around, shopping suggestions, overview of foods and poular dishes, restaurants, etc). Much of this information was very helpful and will help a travel plan a itinerary. One gripe I have is that there are no photos. The book includes some small maps of the main city a visitor is likely to travel to. I would have been nice to have an idea of recommended places or sites, especially in a travel book. The other gripe I have are the suggestions for hotels that were mentioned. The book assumes that the reader is willing to pay top dollar for a 5 star resort hotel in SOUTHEAST ASIA. The hotels that were highlighted were few and were very expensive establishments; the prices listed were costly (hundreds of dollars per night). This was a big disappointment since there are many very inexpensive, but good quality sleeping establishments all over southeast asia! The book should give the reader more hotel options, especially hotels with websites so the reader cna get a preview.
JOIN
Be very careful. I was looking at this book, and the "used version" they offered, which I stupidly bought, is the 2003 version. Totally useless, unless you need a large outdated paperweight. I think Amazon should not offer other editions of a book--especially travel books which are useless after just a few years--under the current version (unless they choose to add in big, bold print "THIS IS A 2003 Edition of this Book!).
FEISKO
It's tough to write a "complete" anything but at least Frommer's tries.
Giamah
I have bought other Frommers travel guides in eBook form which did have pictures.
This book contained good information, but was seriously lacking without photos.
Undeyn
Bought for my trip to South East Asia this summer....was printed 2011 but that was the latest is the only reason 4 starts...Love Frommer's info....always trustworthy.
MisterQweene
- Bali, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos.. Get the highlights of frommers books in one edition. As all Frommers, great recommendations on itineraries (Best of lists) and opinionated. Not for backpackers who want to know more details (lonely planet is best for that) but great for those who want a range of options and strong guidance.
The book was not what I thought. I thought I would receive the updated version of this book which was the version I viewed on line. Some what deceiving not to identify which edition I would receive.