South-East Asia in 4 weeks 4 weeks will give you more time to work with, but it's realistically still too tight for hitting up all of mainland South-East Asia. My suggestion is to focus on the two countries that appeal to you most.  Some people will hate me for saying this, but Laos should probably be the first to drop from your list. Don't get me wrong: Laos is a wonderful back-in-time kind of place. I loved the Buddhist calm of Luang Prabang, there's a lot of beautiful nature all around…

South-East Asia in 4 weeks 4 weeks will give you more time to work with, but it's realistically still too tight for hitting up all of mainland South-East Asia.

Classic Sri Lanka

Explore all the colorful Colombo, colonial relics, an elephant orphanage, flower gardens, tea plantations and much more with 10 days best of Sri Lanka tour.

Myanmar Violence Tests Suu Kyis Peace Promise   Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has made peace and reconciliation a priority of her government but violence against Rohingya Muslims who have long faced discrimination in the predominantly Buddhist country is on the rise. Photo: Getty Images

Myanmar Violence Tests Suu Kyis Peace Promise Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has made peace and reconciliation a priority of her government but violence against Rohingya Muslims who have long faced discrimination in the predominantly Buddhist country is on the rise. Photo: Getty Images

The Buddhist shrines of Maiji Shan — Corn Cob Mountain one of the ancient way-stations along the Silk Road.

Here once stood an magnificent tree ! Which is now calledThe Buddhist shrines of Maiji Shan — Corn Cob Mountain one of the ancient way-stations along the Silk Road.

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Thailand is Buddhist and it shows: temples, monks, "Buddha Day" and more!

Bhutan High up in the Himalayan Mountains sits the world's newest democracy, whose 30-year-old king has been instrumental in developing the country's parliament, and injecting a democratic voice into Bhutanese affairs. The term "gross national happiness" was coined by the country's former king, who began the Buddhist country's path to modernization. It now straddles both the old world and the new, and has earned the nickname, "the last Shangri-La."

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High up in the Himalayan Mountains sits the world’s newest democracy, whose king has been instrumental in developing the country’s parliament, and injecting a democratic voice into Bhutanese affairs.

Makha Bucha is a celebration you can only enjoy in Buddhist countries and is therefore celebrated in Laos. This year it falls on the 22nd of February. But what is Makha Bucha? And how is it celebrated? Read all about it on our blog! (Feb 2016)  #MakhaBucha #Holiday #Buddhism #Celebration#Travel #Tours #TravelAgent #TravelTip #Laos#SoutheastAsia

The Phra Dhammakaya Temple - the world's largest Buddhist temple - outside Bangkok (Luke Duggleby Photography)

Is the island of Koh Tao, Thailand, still safe for backpackers?  YES, of course it is!  Here's why.

Is Koh Tao Safe for Backpackers

I lived there, and I can tell you that Thailand is a Buddhist country, and they are incredibly tolerant. here are my thoughts about how safe it is.

Two monks in a prayer ceremony. Bhutan is an intensely Buddhist country, and it’s a great honor to have a monk in the family.See the complete Bhutan itinerary

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The beautiful of the faith in the Buddhist countries in Myanmar.

The cuteness of this Buddhist monk. by sutiponmm Street Photography

April is time for people of Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and other Buddhist countries in Asia to celebrate their new year, which is highlighted with water festival.

Celebrate Lao, Cambodian & Thai New Year

April is time for people of Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and other Buddhist countries in Asia to celebrate their new year, which is highlighted with water festival.

Myanmar, long known as Burma, is a buddhist country with architectural wonders such as the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, over 5000 temples in ancient Bagan, and the famous Kuthodaw Pagoda in Mandalay. The River Ayeyarwady, Kipling's Irrawady, is Myanmar's main communications artery. All the centers of the country's 2,500-year-old civilization flourished along its shores.

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Thailand is Buddhist and it shows: temples, monks, "Buddha Day" and more!

Home to over 40,000 Buddhist temples and a 95% Buddhist population, Thailand is considered the most Buddhist country in the world. This religion has become a deeply ingrained and highly important part of Thailand’s culture, and is apparent in almost all aspects of Thai life. It’s all but impossible to walk down a street in Bangkok …

Bangkok is one of the craziest cities I've ever been to.It's truly a city of contrasts; new and old, beautiful and ugly, virtuous and sinful.

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