3 Years ago Gt-Rider got me up to the Mae Hon Son loop, and thoroughly enjoyed my little adventure, including visiting the Karen tribe ppl, and Doi Inthanon. This time round, I hope to make it up to Laos, and Cambodia in July, hoping to make it to the following places 1) Chiang Khong Border crossing (Hopefully my SG registered car can clear the customs) 2) Boten border to just see how is it like there, but not crossing over to China 3) Luang Namtha 1,2 & 3 in 1 day, not sure if its feasible. 4) Luang Prabang 5) Plains of Jar 6) Pakse 4,5 & 6 in 1 Day, not sure if it is feasible. 7) , Stung Treng (Hopefully my SG registered car can clear the customs) 8) Ang Kor Wat Siem Reap 7 & 8 in 1 day 9) Phnom Penh ( 1 Day ) 10) Bokor Mountain ( 1 Day ) 11) Chem Yeam Border control (Hopefully my SG registered car can clear the customs) 12) Bangkok 10, 11 & 12 In 1 Day. I`m not sure if I am pushing it, but personally I can drive for extended period of time for up to 14 hrs, and my wife can take over from there when its in the day time as she is more comfortable driving in the day time. Hopefully some experienced forumer can be of help to clear my questions. 1) In Laos, does the petrol station open for 24 hours? 2) Anyone saw any thread on the forum indicating which petrol station sells 95 Fuel in Cambodia and Laos? 3) The 3 boarder crossing, Chiang Khong and Chem Yeam indicated, can anyone confirm that it is accessible using a Singapore registered car plate, (Yes I'm the owner of the car) 4) Vehicle safety in terms of having the vehicle broken into or stolen in Laos and Cambodia while parked at the accommodation. 5) Anyone have any air conditioned accommodation in Luang Namtha, Luang Prabang, Siem Reap, Pakse and Bokor Mountain. 6) If all else fail, is it possible or illegal to camp off the main road or somewhere scenic in Cambodia or Laos? 7) Any issues if we are to carry 2 extra fuel tank (25liter each) along in our car to cross the border of Laos and Cambodia? 8) I'll be sticking to the main roads, and no extreme off road stunt, but is the roads indicated in Google map and the Gt-Rider maps, gonna lead us over tracks/bridges which is ment for motorbikes? 9) Anyone got any local contact if things were to go pear shape for my car? towing services or what not? 10) If it were to rain hardcore in laos or Cambodia, does the roads flood very badly in July? This forum has been inspirational to my bucket list, keep up the good works guys.