Inle Lake (Myanmar/Burma). 'Virtually every visitor to Myanmar makes it here at some point, but Inle Lake is so awe-inspiring and large that everybody comes away with a different experience. If you’re counting days, you’ll most likely be hitting the hotspots: water-bound temples, shore-bound markets and floating gardens.
Mai Chau (Vietnam). 'Just a few hours from the close shaves with Old Quarter motorcycle traffic, this sleepy valley is surrounded by paddy fields and lush countryside. Spend a few nights chilling out in traditional Thai stilt houses in the friendly villages, and fill your days with gentle bursts of trekking, mountain biking and kayaking.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/vietnam/northwest-vietnam/mai-chau
sapa, vietnam - There's nowhere on Earth like Sapa: tiers on tiers of bright-green rice fields are dotted with the colorful clothes of hill-tribe dwellers and roofs of French colonial villas. Sometimes the view gets clouded by a warm, jungle-y mist, but it only makes your day of hiking even prettier.