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Tour Highlights
In 20 memorable days offer a true experience of Vietnam and Cambodia. Explore Hanoi’s enchanting Old Quarter, hiking through the Cuc Phuong Forest and walking to the Imperial city of Hue. Experience life in the fast lane in Saigon and take time out in Hoi An. Spend a night aboard a Junk in breathtaking Halong Bay. Discover the scenic Mekong Delta. Touring of the incredible temples of Angkor Wat and the remains of the Khmer Empire, an ancient and beautiful civilization whose mystery is enhanced by the jungle setting and intricate architecture. Highlights of this holiday include the historical French-built capital of Phnom Penh, a cruise on the beautiful Lake Tonle Sap.
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Trip Code: IDT-KHDB011
Trip Type: Adventure
Duration: 24 days
Departure: Siem Reap
Arrival: Ha Noi

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Holiday Itinerary
Day 1: Hanoi
 
Arrive at airport, meet with our guide and transfer to hotel. The rest day is at your leisure.
 
Note for airport pick up: Upon your arrival, please clear your immigration and baggage. Walk out of the arrival terminal hall and look out for a person, who holds up a welcome sign with your names on it. If you do not find your guide/driver, please call to emergency number that we provided.
 
Accommodation: 3* Skylark hotel- Superior Room (HOTEL WITH POOL)
http://www.skylarkhotel.com.vn/
 
Day 2: Hanoi sightseeing
 
Take in the sightseeing of Hanoi, the modern capital city of Vietnam. Hanoi is a unique city with tree-lined boulevards, French colonial architecture, peaceful lakes and oriental temples. The city tour includes such sights as Ho Chi Minh Cottage, Museum and Mausoleum. At Ba Dinh Square walk single file through the marble and granite Mausoleum with throngs of locals who come to pay respect to Uncle Ho. See the simple cottage in which he lived and worked, and experience the Ho Chi Minh Museum, an extraordinary tribute in abstract form to his life and, the evolution of Vietnamese independence.  You will also see the One Pillar Pagoda. Visit Temple of Literature- the first National University of Vietnam since 10 century. After lunch, we The Museum of Ethnology – Vietnam’s finest and the best place to learn about Vietnam’s 52 ethnic minorities. Perhaps receive a lecture by museum curator. There are out door exhibits and examples of many of the different types of houses used by Vietnam’s 52 ethnic groups.
 
In the afternoon, visit Hoa Lo Prison. Ironically nicknamed the Hanoi Hilton by POWs during the American War, the vast prison complex was built by the French in 1896. Much of the prison was recently razed to make room for a modern skyscraper, though the section at the front of the site has been reserved and restored as a museum today. Enjoy a guided walking tour through the bustling Old Quarter and sprawling Dong Xuan Market. The Old Quarter, home to more than 1000 traditional houses, dates from 1010, when King Ly Thai To moved his capital from Hoa Lu in northern Ninh Binh Province to Hanoi. The Old Quarter became the trading centre of the metropolis and its 36 streets are named after the merchants’ crafts and trades. For example Hang Gai Street is full of silk shops, Hang Giay overflowing with shoes and Hang Bac with small silversmiths. It is fascinating to walk around the labyrinthine streets. Alternatively, taking a cyclo (motorcycle rickshaw) is a great way to get a sense of the city.
 
Enjoy the traditional Water Puppet Performance. This ancient and unique form of puppetry has the puppeteer standing waist-deep in a pool of water, skillfully maneuvering dancing puppets attached to bamboo poles. Overnight in Hanoi.
 
Meal: Breakfast & Lunch
Accommodation: 3* Skylark Hotel- Deluxe room
http://skylarkhotel.com.vn/
 
 
Day 3: Hanoi- Halong Bay
 
We leave Hanoi for Halong bay after breakfast. Enjoy the journey through the rich farmlands of the Red River Delta and the rice paddy, water buffalo and everyday Vietnamese village life. Halong Bay is a natural wonder and one of Vietnam’s five UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is 160km to the east of Hanoi. Over 3,000 jagged limestone islands emerge from the emerald green waters of Halong Bay. While some islands are no more than large rocks others are much more substantial and contain huge, cathedral-like caves of stalactites and stalagmites. Most of the islands are clothed in thick green vegetation and ring with birdsongs in the early morning. Secluded sandy coves are everywhere and in the summer months the warm waters of the bay are ideal for swimming.
 
The best way to appreciate the delights of Halong Bay is to cruise among the islands, of course, by boat. Upon arrival in Halong City, board the junk and set sail through bay while lunch is served. Passage into the magical bay, where thousands of sculpted limestone islands rise from the waves like dragons’ teeth. After lunch, take a short trek to a nearby summit for a panoramic view of the bay dotted with Halong golden sails, go swimming on a quite beach or sunbathing on the sundeck. Later afternoon, visit an interesting fishing village with opportunity to interact with fishmen who have been living in the bay for almost three generations. For active travelers, at sunset time, kayak or simply take a bamboo rowboat to discover a water tunnel with many coral reefs in a scenic lagoon. Back on board and enjoy cocktails while watching sunset and later unwind at restaurant.
 
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Victory Cruise- Superior Room
www.victoryhalong.com
 
Day 4: Halong Bay Cruise
 
After breakfast, we transfer to a smaller boat and enjoy a whole day cruise to explore the beauty and mystery of Halong bay. Following the boat to cruise to Man’s Head Island and Tortoise Island. Enjoy scrumptious lunch then cruise to unusual Ba Ham Lake, another crater like lagoon in two sections. The afternoon will be spent at Three Peach Beach, a stunning swimming spot. Return to the junk for a dinner and overnight
 
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Victory Cruise- Superior Room
www.victoryhalong.com
 
 
Day 5: Halong Bay- Cuc Phuong
 
The sound of ocean makes us up for a new day. Greet the day with a morning Tai Chi exercise with an opportunity to view the sunrise over the bay. After breakfast, visit beautiful limestone grotto then back to the boat for a final glimpse of the Halong Bay while cruising back to the dock. Our car and guide will meet us at dock and transfer to Cuc Phuong. Established in 1962, the Park is home to the Endangered Primate Rescue Centre, and an Owston’s Palm Civiet and Turtle Conservation Program. These animals are bred in captivity and released into large enclosures. It is a deeply moving and inspiring experience to see these magnificent animals and talk with their caretakers - the people committed to saving them from extinction. In the afternoon we walk around the boundary of the Primate Centre and through the Botanical Garden, where we are likely to see Spotted Deer. Overnight in Cuc Phuong  
 
Meal: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Cuc Phuong Bong Sub Station Bungalow (no electric power after 10p.m)
 
Day 6: Cuc Phuong trekking
 
Following breakfast, we then drive further to the centre of the national park where we  will enjoy real jungle trek through the national park. A national park ranger will be our on-site guide who makes sure that we do not get lost and he will tell us about the flora and fauna of the park. The trek today is approximately 5 hr treks with numerous of descents and ascents through jungle trails. Picnic lunch is served, we make the last climb downhill to a peaceful valley and reach the village of Khanh, home to Muong ethnic minority. After having some tea with local family, we transfer to Cuc Phuong Resort and Spa for overnight
 
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: Cuc Phuong Resort & Spa- Deluxe Bungalow
www.cucphuongresort.com
 
 
Day 7: Cuc Phuong- Trang An- Hanoi
 
Following breakfast, we depart to Trang An Nature Reserve, Trang An is a scenic area of lakes created by the system of limestone mountains with spectacular scenery. The lakes are connected through each other with water through caves and streams.
Upon reaching Trang An, enjoy rowing sampan to explore the area’s crystal clear river, magical caves, temples. Admire the beautiful scenery of Karst Mountains and countryside and local lives along the canal bank. You then enjoy lunch in a nearby restaurant before heading back to Hanoi. You will arrive back to Hanoi in the late afternoon.
18.15: Transfer to Hanoi station for boarding overnight train to Hue. Sleep aboard the train
 
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Accommodation: Livitran/SE1 train (shared 4 berth cabin)
 
 
Day 8: Hue
 
Arrive in Hue around 08.30. Transfer to hotel for check in and breakfast then enjoy sightseeing of Hue.
 
 
Hue is the most beautiful city in Vietnam. Hue served as Vietnam's political capital from 1802 to 1945 under the rule of the 13 emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty. Traditionally, the city has been one of Vietnam's cultural, religious.
 
After check in hotel. We will take a guided tour to explore the famous Imperia; Citadel and Tu Duc Mausoleum.
 
Meal: Breakfast & Lunch
Accommodation: Camellia hotel- Deluxe
www.camellia-hotels.com.vn
 
Day 9: Hue boat trip and countryside.
 
Today we will experience the charming river cruise and the green countryside of Hue. Our boat trip (Emotion Perfume River Cruise) will take us to Thuy Bieu- an ancient village situated in the bank of Perfume River. The village specializes on planting the grapefruit which is famous for the quality and used to be to honor to the King and Royal family.
 
Upon arrival at the village, you can choose to take a nice biking or walking around the quiet Thuy Bieu village, where you still feel the insights of Hue culture. We will visit garden home, temples and interact with friendly locals.
 
We return to our local house at Perfume River border and relaxing by steeping your foot in with medicinal herbs water - a traditional therapeutically practices.
 
Meal: Breakfast
Accommodation: Camellia hotel- Deluxe
www.camellia-hotels.com.vn
 
Day 10: DMZ Tour
In the morning, we meet at your hotel in Hue, we then heading north on HW 1 to Dong Ha, we then turn left to legendary HW9 to Cam Lo and Khe Sanh Combat Base, which used to be a base for South Vietnam located in the corner of Quang Tri Province, which is 18 miles south of the DMZ and 8 miles east of Laos in   mountain terrain. The base was a blocking position to stop the NVA from moving men and supplies into the south along Route 9. An air strip for re-supplying troops and for recon flights over the Ho Chi Minh trail. In mid 1966 the North Vietnamese Army (NVA) increased their infiltration into the hills around Khe Sanh. We then drive towards Lao Bao Border town where illicit border trade remains very active. With advanced notice, a border crossing to Laos is possible to follow. Operation Lam Son 719, where South Vietnamese soldiers surged in to attack the Liberation Front soldiers strongholds in the neighboring country. After lunch, we continue our tour to Vinh Moc tunnel complex, began in 1965-66 as interconnected bomb shelters, eventually included a conference hall, operating room and delivery room. The underground village had 13 entrances leading into a main trunk 768 meters long. Vinh Moc is an expansive and sophisticated tunnel that the North Vietnamese used in order to hide from American bombings. It was also used to transport weapons from Hanoi to Vinh Moc. The tunnel has a kitchen, a school, a hospital, a well, a meeting room and a storage room. Drive to Hue afterward. Visit the Lao Bao Border town where illicit border trade remains very active. With advanced notice, a border crossing to Laos is possible to follow Operation Lam Son 719, where South Vietnamese soldiers surged in to attack the Liberation Front soldiers strongholds in the neighboring country. Return to Hue in the afternoon.
Meal: Breakfast
Accommodation: Camellia hotel- Deluxe
www.camellia-hotels.com.vn
 
Day 11: Hue- Hoian
 
Enjoy a scenic drive to Hoi An via Lang Co Beach and Hai Van Pass. From the top of the pass, we can admire the stunning ocean view. We stop in Da Nang to visit Cham Museum, Marble Mountain before heading to Hoi An. Hoi An, A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Despite the passing of 200 years and the ravages of weather and war, the centre of Hoi An remains much the same as it was in its heyday. A walking tour is the best way to see the wooden-fronted houses that once belonged to the town’s prosperous merchants, the Japanese-covered Bridge and the wonderful market. Hoi An is one of the best places in Vietnam to shop for souvenirs at bargain prices including silk, handicrafts, antiques and paintings.
 
Meal: Breakfast
Accommodation: Vuon Trau Home Stay- Deluxe room
http://betelgardenhomestay.com/
 
Day 12: Hoian free day
 
A full day free to enjoy enhancing Hoian
 
Meal: Breakfast
Accommodation: Vuon Trau Home Stay- Deluxe room
http://betelgardenhomestay.com/
 
Day 13: Hoian My Son- Hoian
 
In the morning, depart from the hotel for a half day excursion, 40 km southwest of Hoi An to visit the capital and religious centre of the former Champa Kingdom, namely My Son. My Son sanctuary is a large complex of religiousrelics that comprises of more than 70 architectural works. They include temples and towers that connect to each other with intricate red brick designs. The main component of the Cham architectural design is the tower built to reflect the divinity of the King.
 
Return to Hoian and free time
 
Meal: Breakfast
Accommodation: Vuon Trau Home Stay- Deluxe room
http://betelgardenhomestay.com/
 
 
Day 14 : Hoian- Da Nang- Saigon
 
Transfer to airport for a flight to Saigon.
 
At lunch time, our guide will take you to Ben Thanh market and you can sample some local dishes if you wish.
 
In the afternoon take a tour of the city centre. Your guide will be happy to personalise your programme, however we would recommend sites such as the Reunification Palace where the South finally fell to North Vietnamese troops in 1975; Notre Dame Cathedral; the Old Saigon Post Office; Thien Hau Pagoda in the city’s bustling Chinatown. Enjoy an hour cyclo to see bustling Saigon.  The remainder your day is at leisure.
 
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: May Hotel- Superior room (hotel with pool)
www.mayhotel.com.vn
 
Day 15: Cu Chi Tunnel
 
In the morning, transfer out of Saigon  to famous Cu Chi tunnel, which were more than 250 km long and three levels deep, were important for the Viet Cong victory over the Americans as they allowed the Viet Cong to control a large rural area around Sai Gon. Today the remaining tunnels have become a major tourist attraction giving the visitor a unique experience of what underground life in the American war was like. The district of Cu Chi was the most bombed shelled, gassed, defoliated, and generally devastated area in the history of warfare. It was declared a "free fire zone" which meant that artillery fire fell on it at night, and that bomber pilots were encouraged to drop unused explosives and napalm on the area before returning to base. In essence, anything that moved was considered a target and blown away.  While U.S. forces relied on artillery support from fixed "Fire Bases," the Vietnamese used their tunnel system to move their artillery around, making it difficult for the U.S. troops to locate them. In one tunnel complex in Cu Chi the U.S. found two 105 field pieces in perfect working condition. They would be stripped down outside, taken into the tunnels and assembled during the day for maintenance, stripped again, and then taken back through the tunnels to be reassembled in a new location outside and used the next night. Return to Saigon.
 
Afternoon is free at leisure.
 
Meal: Breakfast
Accommodation: May Hotel- Superior room
www.mayhotel.com.vn
 
Day 16: Saigon- Ben Tre- Cai Be
 
After breakfast, we transfer out of town for the two hour drive   to Ben Tre. As you leave the hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City the scenery changes for lush paddy fields, this area is referred to locally as the 'rice bowl of Vietnam'. On arrival in Ben Tre Province head towards Tien Giang where you will board your sampan for the cruise among the aptly named Dragon, Unicorn, Turtle and Phoenix Islands. En route visit a small factory producing handicrafts made of coconut. On Turtle Island, visit a typical orchard where you can taste their exotic fruit. Following board smaller boats (3 to 4 persons to each) for a more adventurous cruise on the Xep Canal, which is set amongst a forest of palm trees. After the boat ride take a ride on a horse-driven cart to the famed garden of Mr Tam Nen for a honey tasting session. Embark once again by boat To Turtle Island where a selection of Mekong delicacies will be served for lunch. In the afternoon return to Ben Tre for a visit to Vinh Trang Pagoda before heading to Cai Be
 
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Mekong Lodge
 
Day 17: Cai Be- Vinh Long- Can Tho
 
Enjoy an early morning boat cruise to explore the most bustling Cai Be floating market. Stop to stroll to some local home factory producing local specialty such as rice paste making, rice po corn, coco candies, longan drying processing…. Keep cruising passing canal to Binh Hoa Phuoc Island. Enjoy simple lunch in local homestay. On Binh Hoa Phuoc island, visit Mr Giao's famous a peaceful atmosphere filled with ancient plants sculpted into strange forms and shapes.. Our car will be ready at Vinh Long, the other bank of the Mekong river to take you to Can Tho.
 
Meal: Breakfast
Accommodation: Ninh Kieu hotel- Superior Room
www.ninhkieuhotel.com
 
Day 18: Can Tho- Thot Not- Chau Doc
 
After breakfast, we drive to the Nature Reserve at Thot Not Bitd Sanctuary. We then journey by boat through the park to witness the beauty of flocks of White Stork birds returning to nest at sunset. Your viewing platform provides a wide view of this daily spectacle of nature. Transfer to Chau Doc and go up to Sam Mountain, which is the highest mountain in the Mekong Delta. On the way there, you can enjoy the sights of the two rice fields along the road, and drop by for a short visit to a small Khmer village. Take a short walk up on the mountain side to see the daily life of mountain people. There are dozens of pagodas and temples, many of them set in caves, around Sam Mountain. The Chinese influence is obvious and Sam Mountain is a favorite spot for ethnic Chinese (both pilgrims from Vietnam and abroad).
 
The mountain does not only offer beautiful landscapes, but it is also where many historic remains deeply loved by the inhabitants of Nam Bo plain are located. Ba Chua Xu Temple, Tay An Pagoda, Thoai Ngoc Hau Tomb, Tao Ngo Garden, and Bach Van Hill are among the famous sites to visit near Sam Mountain. To the top of the mountain, there is a shrine with good views of the surrounding countryside.
 
Overnight in Chau Doc. 
 
Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Chau Pho Hotel- Deluxe room
www.chauphohotel.com
 
Day 19: Chau Doc- Phnom Penh
 
Transfer to Chau Doc port and embark Blue Cruiser speed boat to Phnom Penh.
 
Upon arrival transfer to hotel then enjoy Tuk Tuk tour to toul Sleng Museum and infamous Killing Field. Overnight in Phnom Penh
 
Meal: breakfast
Accommodation: King Grand Boutique- Deluxe Room
www.kinggrandboutiquehotel.com
 
Day 20: Chau Doc- Phnom Penh
 
Transfer to Chau Doc port and embark Blue Cruiser speed boat to Phnom Penh.
 
Upon arrival transfer to hotel then enjoy Tuk Tuk tour to toul Sleng Museum and infamous Killing Field.
 
The dark past may be over indefinitely, still it is essential from a historical point of view to visit the genocide museum. Toul Sleng was a high school prior to 1975, an interrogation prison known as S-21 during the Khmer Rouge era and today it as a genocide museum. It tells the sad story of the thousands of innocent Cambodian people who were tortured on its grounds. Walking through the narrow corridors and former classrooms of the buildings will give you an eerie feeling of being part of Cambodia’s turbulent past. The stories of the victims are documented and some torture devices are on display for visitors to learn about the suffering the people endured. After this intriguing visit, make your way to the peaceful stretch of green fields of Cheung Ek. Situated 17km from Phnom Penh town, Cheung Ek was made famous by the movie “The Killing Fields”. Nowadays, a large memorial has been built to commemorate the 17,000 victims who died here under the reign of Khmer Rouge leader, Pol Pot.
 Overnight in Phnom Penh
 
Meal: breakfast
Accommodation: King Grand Boutique- Standard
www.kinggrandboutiquehotel.com
 
Day 21: Phnom Penh- Siem Reap
 
Enjoy morning sightseeing of Phnom Penh. Visit the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda are two of the most striking buildings in the capital and considered as some of the finest examples of Khmer architecture. They were initially constructed in 1866 by the French. The Royal Palace is home to the current King Sihamoni. The neighboring Silver Pagoda stands out in its own distinctive way. The floor consists of 5,329 solid silver tiles to which the building owes its name.
 
 
Transfer 5 hours to Siem Reap via Kampong Thom. Overnight in Siem Reap.
 
Meal: Breakfast
Accommodation: Somedavie Angkor- Superior room
http://www.somadeviangkor.com/
 
Day 22: Temple Excursion
 
Today we will spend full day by Tuk Tuk to explore the majestic Angkor Wat, the intricately carved Khmer ruins at Angkor Wat– one of the world’s most impressive ruins. The temple still owns hundreds of fine carvings of Apsaras and the sciences from Hindu mythology. The Khmer civilization constructed the temple between the 9th and 13th centuries. Strolling around the massive hallways, you will find many small shrines still in use by the local people at the ancient site. Afterwards, wind your way to visit the Angkor Thom with the temple of Bayon. The royal city itself covers four square miles and is located in the city’s geographic centre. Its 50-tower temple is an awesome sight. At first glance it seems a shapeless mass of stone, but further scrutiny reveals a face, and then another and another until suddenly you are engulfed by the silent, heavy, enigmatic and silent gaze through half-closed eyes, staring out from a primitive and remote time. Incorporated into the wall surrounding the city is a number of earlier buildings.  Further, visit to the surroundings of the complex including the Baphoun, Elephant Terraces, Leper King Terrace and Royal Place area. If desired, return the Phnom Bakheng in late afternoon and enjoy sunset. Overnight in Angkor Wat.
 Meal: Breakfast
Accommodation: Somedavie Angkor- Superior room
http://www.somadeviangkor.com/
 
 
Day 23: Temple Excursion
 
Morning drive about 45 minutes to the countryside of Siem Reap, stopping en route for visiting a local village. Arrive at the boat quay and board a wooden boat for a 1½ hour ride on Tonle Sap Lake, also known as the Great Lake of Cambodia for a visit to whole communities of floating houses and boats accommodating local daily life, such as school, market, police station, and children playing and swimming and fresh water aquariums with different fish species displayed.
 Afternoon continue to visit the picturesque Ta Prohm that had nearly disappeared into the jungle and remains overgrown, an oddly haunting and exotic scene. Intentionally left partially un-restored, massive fig and silk-cotton trees grow from the towers and corridors offering some of the best ‘tree-in-temple’ photo opportunities at Angkor. Ta Prohm was originally constructed as a Buddhist monastery and was enormously wealthy in its time, boasting of control over 3000 villages, thousands of support staff and vast stores of jewels and gold. If time permits, visit other important ruins.
 
Meal: Breakfast
Accommodation: Somedavie Angkor- Superior room
http://www.somadeviangkor.com/
  
Day 24: Departure.
 
At leisure until transfer to airport for onward flight
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The single supplement option is available if you are traveling solo and prefer the privacy of your own room. Please refer to the pricing section on the itinerary of your choice within our brochures, to see the supplement. A twin share option is also available, which means you can share a room with another guest of the same gender and therefore avoid paying the single supplement.
What's Included
  • Experienced English speaking guide
  • Private transportation by air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Internal air ticket Hanoi Danang- Saigon on coach class
  • 2 days/1 night cruise by Bai Tho Junk or similar in Halong Bay. Please note that you will share the junk with other clients.
  • Boat trips as mentioned in program.
  • Bicycle rental and helmet for cycling days. (TREK 4300/4500 Mountain bike)
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Healthy snack, fresh local fruits and soft drink for biking days.
  • Bottled drinking water for sightseeing.
  • All sightseeing entrance fee where required in the itinerary.
  • Accommodation in twin shared room in hotel with daily breakfast.
  • Simple First Aid Kit.
  • International flight reconfirmation.
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We had great time in Indochina
On behalf of Kassie and myself, I want to thank you.  The trip was amazing!  The services were great.  You did a wonderful job.  No issues at all!  I would like to let you know that all of the guides were outstanding, but I do want to give Loan, our first guide in Vietnam a special outstanding recommendation.  She was knowledgeable, spoke awesome English, went out of her way for us, and was all around not only a great guide but a great person as well.  A+
I will recommend all my friends to use your services!

Thank you and please keep in touch.
Thank for the great motorbike trip
Hi Tuan, 

You have delivered everything as you promised. I will defiantly recommend you and Pioneer Asia Holidays as a go to provider in the future.

Again thank you for your professionalism and advice.we have enjoyed every aspect of your fantastic country.

Kind regards

Dave from UK
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