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10,000 buddhas, 2000 temples, 4000 monks... and 3 stunning nations! Judith Chalmers and Neil Durden-Smith cruise through Southeast Asia

The Mail On Sunday's Judith Chalmers and her husband Neil Durden-Smith embarked on a 16-night cruise in Asia. They rediscovered Malaysia and Thailand before visiting Myanmar.
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