I'm extremely excited to return to Asia again this spring. I'm going with my family from mid-May into early June. The last time I was in Asia was about two years ago when I visited Singapore, the temples of Angkor in Cambodia, and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for about two weeks. Our itinerary is much more complex this time. We're going for 3-4 weeks and leaving Denver for Hong Kong, Taipei, Seoul, Manila, Singapore, Jakarta, and possibly a few more destinations. We have no idea what is the best way to book all these flights without costing a fortune. Since we live in Denver, we have a natural disposition to United, as much as we hate them, but that also means we're deeply enroled in all the Star Alliance airlines. Should we get a travel agent? Should we just book it all online and use United and Singapore Airlines? Should we use our mileage discounts? Will the airlines give us some sort of deal for flying to so many places? What's our best option? Thanks. I can't wait to leave.