Travel through sea on Cambodian bike is it possible

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Travel through sea on Cambodian bike is it possible

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Was thinking of travelling Vietnam Laos Thailand on my Cambodian registered motor bike is it possible to take bike into these countries?
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Vietnam, no idea
Laos . no problem
Thailand,read up here..https://www.facebook.com/groups/1024579897597702/

Bike needs be in ur name and you need buy insurance.
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Yesterday in Thailand The Predator was out for a ride.

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No, you'll destroy your engine and probably drown.
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Kung-fu Hillbilly wrote: Thu Jun 21, 2018 2:41 pm Yesterday in Thailand The Predator was out for a ride.
This guy does it for me, even his bike makes Predator sounds.
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John Bingham wrote:No, you'll destroy your engine and probably drown.
My thoughts as well !

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Don't understand how to destroy engine if I change oil every 1000 km and keep bike clean and what's this about drowning???. Can you just answer my question please if you don't know then no need to reply thanks
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Don't listen to these naysayers, it certainly looks possible if the sea is not too rough.
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