Hi Everyone! I'm planning a RTW trip starting in New Zealand, working through Australia, and eventually riding across to europe. The problem is, at the moment from Darwin I'm not sure what countries I can bring the bike through (likely a Triumph Tiger 800 registered either in Canada or New Zealand with a Carnet). There seems to be lots of conflicting information on the internet about what countries it is possible to ride through, mainly due to changing rules the last few years and some countries being closed off. I believe both Malaysia or Indonesia are allowed, but do the ferries between islands allow for a bike the size of a tiger? Ideally I want to join a BYOB tour in China that will take me to Mongolia, then go from there across either the 'stans or up through the trans siberian route to Europe. Would it be best to ship the bike around to wherever the China tour would start, or is it possible to go through Cambodia and Laos? (I believe Vietnam is a no go, and Thailand requires joining a tour with a guide for a BYOB?) Or is it best just to ship the bike around and buy a little bike to go through the SE asia countries? Any help would be appreciated! Deciphering the internet has me more confused than ever! Thanks!