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  • Laos Eat & Drink

    Laos Eat & Drink

    Eat Lao cuisine is very similar to the food eaten in the north-eastern Isaan region of Thailand: being very spicy, more often bitter than sweet, and using lots of fresh herbs and vegetables served raw. Some of the raw vegetables can be used to cool your mouth when the chilis are overwhelming. Rice is the […]

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  • Laos Attraction Sites

    Laos Attraction Sites

    The key attraction of Laos is its undoubted status as the least westernised, the most relaxed and thereby the most authentic of all Indochinese nations. How much longer this will last is open to much speculation, but while it does this is a truly special and unique country to visit. Natural attractions The term wilderness […]

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  • Laos Culture & Climate

    Laos Culture & Climate

    Culture Despite its small population, Laos has 49 ethnic groups, or tribes, from which Lao, Khmou and Hmong constitute approximately three quarters of the population. Most tribes are small, with some having just a few hundred members. The ethnic groups are divided into four linguistic branches: Lao-Tai language represented by 8 tribes, Mone-Khmer language with […]

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  • Laos Visa

    Laos Visa

    Russians, Korean, Japanese and ASEAN nationals including Malaysia, Singapore and Philippines can enter Laos “visa free”; all other tourists need a visa in the form of a tourist visa (for one or possibly two months) issued by a Lao embassy or consulate. A visa on arrival is also available to most people entering at the […]

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  • Laos History

    Laos History

    Laos, officially known as the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR), is one of the poorest nations in South-East Asia. A mountainous and landlocked country, Laos shares borders with Vietnam to the east, Cambodia to the south, Thailand to the west, and Myanmar and China to the north. Thailand promotes itself as amazing, Vietnam can […]

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