The Indochina Region consists of five countries, including that portion of Burma that sweeps down the western part of the Malay Peninsula. The four other countries form a cohesive entity for travel, especially now that border and visa requirements for travel have been reduced. Thailand itself is definitely the Number One reason for visiting the region. The first portion of the atlas is devoted to Thailand, including detailed page-size maps of Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and Pattaya. Vietnam is the next most-popular destination and is shown in great detail, with inset maps of Hanoi, Hoi An, Hue, Da Nang, Da Lat, Can Tho, and the central Saigon portion of Ho Chi Minh City. Laos and Cambodia are shown with the same degree of attention to detail, including insets of Vientiane, Phnom Penh, and two maps concentrating on Angkor Wat. This is a compact and convenient way for visitors to the region to have everything they need in one format – easy to catty, easy to use.