Laos

Northern Thailand’s Most Enchanting Environs

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If you’re pressed for time on your trip to Thailand, I would almost go so far as to say you should visit Chiang Rai instead Chiang Mai—it’s that good!

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Is Vientiane Really That Bad?

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Vientiane is not such a terrible place, at least not if you maintain realistic expectations.

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Must-See Spots in Laos

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Traveling to Laos? Agness of the fantastic eTramping.com travel blog gives us her picks on can’t-miss things to do in Laos.

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Train Travel from Laos to Thailand

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Taking the train from Vientiane to Bangkok (or vice-versa) is the cheapest and, indeed, the most relaxing way to bridge the gap between the capital cities of Laos and Thailand.

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Eating in Laos

All About Food Stalls in Laos

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Whether you want to indulge your inner French person with baguette sandwiches or crêpes, or just enjoy a fresh fruit shake, food stalls and carts are the best place to satisfy your hunger when you travel in Laos.

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The Rough Road from Vietnam to Laos

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Whether your primary goal is to partake in an ultra-local experience or simply to avoid exorbitant airfares, travel overland from Vietnam to Laos — but don’t expect a quick or particular comfortable journey.

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Visas for Southeast Asia Travel

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Although the diverse, eclectic countries of Southeast Asia are well-connected by rail, bus and several award-winning low costs carriers, you should familiarize yourself with the entry requirements of each before you start hopping around.

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