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So as I write this its only one week before I leave Australia, On a one way ticket to begin my next big adventure travelling Asia/Europe. In that post and even in my last post 30 days till the adventure begins I stated that I would be flying into Singapore on the 2nd of September. Then spend 3.5 weeks travelling Malaysia before returning to Singapore for my connecting flight, taking me to London to begin my European adventure.

But I decided I wanted to see a bit more of South East Asia

So after a bunch of research/obsessing,  and reading up on some other awesome bloggers sites on, the top things to see in South East Asia, I decided that I am going to be visiting Thailand,Cambodia and Malaysia . While 24 days is no where near enough time to do any of these countries justice. I am hoping that this trip will be a good sample of what it’s like to backpack in these countries. That way when I come back to do South East Asia properly I will be more prepared.

So with that I present…


Well at least I think they are awesome 😀

Day 1 (September 2nd) – Leave Australia flying to Singapore for a connecting flight, taking me to Bangkok Thailand in the evening.

Day 2-3: Explore Bangkok.


Bangkok floating markets (Image Credit IntrepidFlame)

Day 4:  Transit day from Bangkok to Sihanoukville Cambodia.

Day 5-6: Relax and party on beach in Sihanoukville.


sihanoukville (Image credit Whltravel)

Day 7: Get a bus to Cambodia’s capital Pnom Penh.

Day 8: Explore Pnom Penh.

Royal Palace Pnom Penh (Image credit Philip Roeland)

Royal Palace Pnom Penh (Image credit Philip Roeland)

Day 9: Get a bus or speedboat to Siem Reap Cambodia.

Day 10-13: Explore Siem Reap and visit the Angor Wat temples.

Angkor Wat Center Temple

Angkor Wat Temples near Siem Reap

Day 13: Bus/Train from Siem Reap to Bangkok Thailand.

Day 14: Explore Bangkok for the day before getting night train to Surat Thani Thailand.

Day 15: Arrive at Surat Thani and take ferry to Koh Phangan.

Day 16-20: Spend some time relaxing and partying in Koh Phangan and celebrate Full Moon Party on 19th of September.


Full Moon Party Koh Phangan

Day 21: Leave Koh Phangan on a 23 hour journey to Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.

Day 22-23: Explore Kuala Lumpur for a couple of days.

Day 24: Fly into Singapore for connecting flight to London. (Possibility of arriving early in morning giving 6 hrs to explore Singapore before flight)


Kuala Lumpur (Image Credit Ark3Pix)

This all might seem like a very strict Itinerary, However besides the first few days in Bangkok, The 5 days at Koh Phangan for full moon party and flight to London on day 24.  Nothing else has been booked or set in stone, giving me the freedom to adjust and make changes on the road. I have a feeling that Pnom Penh could be cut as i’m still on the fence about it.

It’s a bit of a mad rush at the end, With only having 4 days to get from Koh Phangan Thailand through Malaysia to Singapore. I’d love to spend more time in Malaysia to see Penang and explore Kuala Lumpur more but due to timing of full moon party on 19th of September this was unfortunately not possible.

It’s going to be a crazy 24 days that’s for sure 😀

2017-08-29T01:42:59+00:00 4 Comments


  1. Catherine August 27, 2013 at 12:59 pm - Reply

    Sounds crazy but fun!! I’m headed the opposite way in the middle of November, flying to Melbourne from the UK. Hope you have a blast!
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  2. Graeme Self September 5, 2013 at 7:15 pm - Reply

    Good plan Brendon, look into the boat ride from Siem Reap to Battenbang too, it’s a great trip. Phnom Penh is a great city as well, despite how it looks, i really enjoyed the vibe and the people there. Plus, Kanchanaburi on the river kwai’s only 3 hours from Bangkok, theres some amazing waterfalls there and at the Tiger Temple nearby you can cuddle real tigers, rent a bike and you can do both in one day. Happy Travels

  3. Nicole September 7, 2013 at 5:07 pm - Reply

    Sounds like fun! And a packed time. But a fun time =)
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