Laos is a country in South Asia and one of the unique places that still hasn’t controlled by civilization and tourism.
You will find small and isolated villages all over with a breathtaking view and Tribes dressed in traditional garb, monks in orange robes collecting rice at dawn from bowls of city dwellers, magnificent gold colors and a litany of prayers in the temples.
Laotians are some of the friendliest, gentlest people in Southeast Asia devoutly Buddhist and traditional in many ways.
Laos has a rich culture and history and the landscape includes dense forests covering more than half of its territory, mountain ranges that surround the north of the country, and fertile plains that feed on the Mekong door.
In many ways, a visit to Laos is a placid throwback to what travel in Thailand was like two decades or so ago.
Laos’ capital is Vientiane, the country’s largest city, and its streets are full of Buddhist monasteries and colorful markets and Luang Prabang, the ancient capital of the country, is a UNESCO national heritage site because of its beautiful buildings and surrounding nature.
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