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Savannakhet

Savannakhet

Laos - What to see

The city of Savannakhet is the capital of the province of the same name, Savannakhet province. This city, the third most populous city in Laos, is under the administration of France from the year 1896. Savannakhet literally means territory of gold, referring to its fertile lands and its history, ranging from the Sikhottaboun Empire to French prehistory through Indo-China (in Savannakhet...

Pakse

Pakse

Laos - What to see

The surroundings of the town of Pakse, located south of Laos, represent the highlights of this point speaking for tourism. Undoubtedly the Reference Desk is Si Phan Don or as popularly known, the 4000 Islands of the Mekong. It is an archipelago formed in the Mekong River, between the South of Laos and Cambodia, approximately 4 hours by road from...

Xieng Khouang

Xieng Khouang

Laos - What to see

Considered the most distinctive and enigmatic of all Laos’s attractions, the Plain of Jars is a large area extending around the town of Phonsavan, Xieng Khouang.

Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang

Laos - What to see

The city of Luang Prabang, located to the North of Laos and world heritage site, is one of the essential places to visit on trips to Laos. These are ideas of places to visit and a tourist guide of the city that guidance on what to see and what to do in Luang Prabang.

Vientiane

Vientiane

Laos - What to see

Vientiane, the capital of Laos has many tourist attractions, monuments, temples and places to visit. This is our tourist guide of the city of Vientiane, where you have Things to do in Vientiane and what Things to do in Vientiane

TRADITIONAL DANCE IN LAOS

TRADITIONAL DANCE IN LAOS

Laos - What to see

Lao religious images and art is also distinctive and sets Laos apart from its neighbors. The Calling for Rain posture of Buddha images in Lao, for example, which depicts the Buddha standing with his hands held rigidly at his side, fingers pointing to the ground, cannot be found in other Southeast Asian Buddhist art traditions. Religious influences are also pervasive...

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