15 days backpacking around indochina by overland (thailand,cambodia,laos,vietnam)

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15 DAYS BACKPACKING AROUND INDOCHINABy overLand(Thailand,cambodia,Laos,vietnam)

OBJECTIVESExploring Cities and their locals To Try Public transportations in Other CountryMeet New FriendsCurious to be a backpackers

INDOCHINA ROUTE BY GROUND

OUR ROUTESRoutesMode Of TransportationKL-HadyaiSleeper Train (KTMB)Hadyai-BangkokDouble Deck BusBangkok-Siem Reap3rd Class Cabin TrainSiem Reap-Phnom PenhSleeper BusPhnom Penh-Ho Chi MinhSingle deck BusHo Chi Minh-HueSleeper BusHue-VientianeSingle Deck busVientiane-Luang PrabangDoube Deck BusLuang Prabang-HanoiSleeper BusHanoi-Kuala LumpurFlight (Airasia)Source information and researchINTERNET -BLogs , magazines, Travelogue , websites , Lonely planet2) SOCIETY- Backpackers Buddies Malaysia , 3) MOBILE APPLICAT-ONS Agoda, maps , online translater

AccomodationBackpackers Hostel ( MYR 20-30 Per Person) Town Hotel ( MYR 30-50 Per Room) Sleep In Train And Bus ( Overnight Buses)

FOOD AND DRINKSEat at Halal Restaurant Instant Noodle Bread Biscuit

BEST EXPERIENCEsMeets new Friends All Over The World

BAD Experiences48 Hours in single bus ( Luang Prabang Hanoi) Taxi , bus, Agent scamsBus broke down 3 times

TRAVEL EXPERIENCE RELATED TO MODELS1) Maslows hierarchy of needs describes how travellers move according to their needs which are clearly organised by priorities at different stages by level of importance. So people are motivated in order to fulfil these needs and needs require to be met at all levels one by one starting from the bottom, getting more motivated as they reach higher levels. He affirms that motivation is constant, never ending, fluctuating, and complex. (Maslow 1970).2) Backpacker tourists are categorised as allocentric tourists who are motivated to seek and experience culture, lifestyles and landscapes totally different from theirs, and to pursue freedom without organisation or planning, in Plogs (1974) cognitive-normative model. Moreover, they are categorised as drifter or explorer in the tourist typology of Cohens (1972) interactional mode.

SLEEPER BUS