Cambodia


The Kingdom of Cambodia is located in South-East Asia, bordering the Gulf of Thailand to the south, Thailand to the west, Laos to the north, and Vietnam to the east. Its population is approximately 13 million and it is the most ethnically homogenous country in the region.
 

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India


India’s immensely varied art, history, religions, and traditions are organically woven together into an intricate tapestry.
 

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Laos


Laos provides students the opportunity to totally immerse themselves in Lao village life and work with the local healthcare providers at grassroots level. 
 

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Nepal


Nepal is a destination unable to be forgotten for combining cultural interest through hundreds of century-old temples and religious traditions with the natural beauty that it's so blessed to boast. 
 

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Thailand


Islands lined with palms overhanging gorgeous beaches, superb cuisine, a rich cultural heritage, exotic rainforests, cheap shopping, hundreds of temples and religious artefacts dating back centuries, ancient villages stowed away in hidden corners of the land.... These and much more make Thailand one of the most exciting and rich travel experiences for an Australian student.
 

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Vietnam


The Socialist Republic of Vietnam is 1,650 kilometres long and from 50 kilometres at its narrowest point to 600 kilometres wide. It borders China, Laos, Cambodia, the Gulf of Vietnam and the South China Sea. Its 90 million people constitute the world's 13th largest population (third largest in ASEAN) inhabiting the 66th largest country—an area about one third that of New South Wales.
 

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