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Bokeo

Bokeo is Located: in the northwestern of Laos (Northern Provinces) Total area: 6,196 square kilometers Population: 165,661 05 Districts: Houai Xay, Ton Pheung, Meung, Pha-Oudom & Paktha Capital of the province: Houai Xay How to get Bokeo Bokeo can be reached by bus from the Northern Bus Terminal in Vientiane. Choose either a direct bus to the province or you ...

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Oudomxay

Oudomxay is one of the most beautiful places in Laos, located in the upper North. A place where you can experience untouched nature as well as cultural life. According to visitors – the most friendly people on earth, the most peaceful  place in the region. We, from the Provincial Information,Culture and Tourism  Department would like to offer you this site ...

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Houaphanh

Houaphanh province is a province of eastern Laos. As of 2015 it had a population of 289,393 people. Its capital lies at Sam Neua. Houaphanh Province covers an area of 16,500 square kilometres (6,400 sq mi). The province is bordered by Vietnam to the north, east and southeast, Xiangkhouang Province to the south and southwest, and Luang Prabang Province to the west. The terrain is rugged, with dense mountainous forest forming ...

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Xieng Khouang

Xiangkhouang  is a province of Laos, located in the Xiangkhouang Plateau, north-east of the country. Originally known as the Principality of Muang Phuan (Muang Phouan / Xieng Khouang), the present capital of the province is Phonsavan. The population of the province as of the 2015 census is 244,684. Xiangkhouang Province covers an area of 15,880 square kilometres (6,130 sq mi) and has largely a mountainous topography. The province ...

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Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang, the ancient capital of Luang Prabang Province in northern Laos, lies in a valley at the confluence of the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers. Inhabited for thousands of years, it was the royal capital of the country until 1975. It’s known for its many Buddhist temples, including the gilded Wat Xieng Thong, dating to the 16th century, and ...

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Sayabouly

Laos Travel Agents List

Xayabuli  is a province of Laos, located in the northwest of the country. Xayabuli Province covers an area of 16,389 square kilometres (6,328 sq mi). The province borders Bokeo Province and Oudomxai Province to the north, Luang Prabang Province and Vientiane Province to the east, and (from the south clockwise) the Thai provinces Loei, Phitsanulok, Uttaradit, Nan and Phayao. Xayabuli is the only Laotian province that is completely to the west of the Mekong River. (Champasak province also has several districts ...

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Xaysomboun

Xaysomboun Province was established on 13 December, 2013 as is the 18th Province of Laos. It is located in the central part of Laos, bordering Xieng Khouang Province to the north and the east, Bolikhamxay Province to the south and Vientiane Province to the west. The Province consists of 5 districts which include Anouvong, Long Cheng, Long San, Hom and Tha ...

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Vientiane

Vientiane Province is located in the central of Laos, far from Vientiane Capital around 85 kilometers. It has total area of 22,554 square kilometers 2/3 of the land is mountainous and 1/3 is land field. It shares border with another provinces such as : Luang Prabang to the north, Xieng Khouang to the north east, Bolikhamxay to the east, Vientiane ...

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Vientiane Capital

Explore the capital city of Laos in any mode you like, by foot, bicycle, tuk-tuk, or minivan. Vientiane is now rapidly transforming from ‘town’ into a full-fledged ‘city’ – obviously awakening from its legendary laid-back pace and regaining former glories as one of the ‘pearls’ of South-East Asia. See the landmarks and highlights of Tad Luang with its Buddha relics, the Kaisone Phomvihane and Hor Pra Kheo museums, Wat ...

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Bolikhamxay

Bolikhamxay Province, located just south of Vientiane in central Laos, is a center for ecotourism activities with its two national protected areas and extensive system of wetlands. The journey from Ban Khoun Kham to Lak Sao on Route 8 offers spectacular scenery of karst mountain landscapes and is considered to be one of the most impressive passages in the country. ...

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