Laos | Cruise Mekong River - Part 2

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What to see in Chiang Mai?

You can easily see Long Neck women weaving thread into cloth in Karen village in Chiang Mai

Have you ever traveled to Chiang Mai? Why do I suggest you to visit Chiang Mai? The answer is that Chiang Mai is the capital of pagodas; there have so many pagodas everywhere. Chiang Mai is the place where has sky lantern festival held in November every year. There has Long Neck tribe in Chiang

Best photo opportunities in Laos

Xieng Khouang rural life

Once paying a visit to Laos, which is much less developed and less crowded than Vietnam and Thailand, all travelers will get the feeling as if the time has stood still. The beauty of Laos with the ancient tradition combining with the tranquility urges all photographers and photo-lovers to find the best photo opportunities! Indochina

Laos – Thailand tour


Laos- Thailand travel will take you to the capital of the elephants country legend, feel the unique culture of our neighbor. Furthermore, you have the opportunity to visit Udon Thani province, it is located in the northeast of Thailand. Although not a tourist city, but the beautiful city of Thai Udon Thani is an ideal

Five days in Laos


Being occupied with jungle rivers, scaling mist-laced mountain routes, booming across treetops, and sitting in food stalls along the way to enjoy a steaming bowl of noodles: it is all possible in few days in Laos without losing the special sense of calm that the country gives you. Tours Indochina Laos Day one: Vientiane Once

Hotels in Luang Prabang

Villa Maly Luang Prabang

Attracting tourists all over the world for not only its charming beauty but also the large number of tourist attractions it has to offer, Luang Prabang is a must-visit destination on your trip discovering the South East Asia. Your preparation for your trip to Luang Prabang will not complete without planning where to stay there.

Staying safe in Laos

Staying safe in Laos

Laos is one of the safest countries to visit. The country is peaceful, the people are friendly, and the air is fresh. Full of people with relaxed attitude to life, Laos is a relaxing country to live in and to visit. Laos is the 34th most peaceful country in the world according to the 2010

Lao Food: Bamboo Shoot Soup

Lao Food: Bamboo Shoot Soup

IYanang leaves are popular in Laotian and Thai cuisine. The juice is extracted by bruising the leaves than soaking them in water. Alternatively, you can purchase cans of yanang extract. ngredients: Bamboo Shoots, Padek, Bai Ya Nang,Mushrooms, Soaked Sticky Rice, Peppers. 1. Bamboo shoot Preparation: (Skip steps if you get canned bamboo) Get some fresh

Five Vegetable Stir-Fry

Five Vegetable Stir-Fry

A dinner of Brussels sprouts, turnips, carrots, and lentils may sound more like a punishment than a treat, but believe us—the combination is delicious. In fact, the general effect is actually rather delicate. Ingredients: 1. vegetable oil cooking spray 2 teaspoons vegetable oil 4 medium carrots, peeled cut diagonally into 1/4-inch slices 1 large onion,

Life on Mekong Faces Threats


With a massive dam under construction in Laos and other dams on the way, the Mekong River is facing a wave of hydroelectric projects that could profoundly alter the river’s ecology and disrupt the food supplies of millions of people in Southeast Asia. In the sleepy northern Thai border town of Huay Luk, a community

Arrive in Luang Prabang

Arrive in Luang Prabang

You’ll know you’re getting close to Luang Prabang when the river widens and you see the oft-visited caves on your right side. There’s a new Lao-owned vegetarian restaurant open near the Hotel Villa Deux Rivieres in Luang Prabang; all their proteins are made from tofu and assembled to look like chicken, beef, eggs or pork