Laos Map Asia

Lao Map Asia

So if you're interested in Laos and Asian geography, our large laminated map of Asia might be just right for you. Laos, inland of the northeast-central mainland of Southeast Asia. Laos with its location is shown on the Google map above: A Laos tour is disappointing for those looking for authentic Asia. "..

.the battery of Southeast Asia" through the export of energy to Thailand and Vietnam.

Lao - Geography and Maps

The state of Laos is a land-locked state in the heart of the South East Asia halfland. Laos has a surface area of 236,800 km (147,140mi), 70% of which is upland. A large part of the province of Khammouan and parts of the south of the province are also dominated by mountain. The summits at the south end of the Annamite chain rise to altitudes of 2,600 metres (8,530 feet), while many other Lao mountain ranges rise to altitudes of over 500 metres (1,640 feet).

Laos's geographical landscape is characterized by hills, precipitous terrains, narrower riverbanks, thick woods and low farm-growth. Roughly 4% of the country's territory is arable, and forest areas have fallen sharply since the 70s due to deforestation and slash-and-burn.

Nearly all of Laos's watercourses and brooks finally reach the Mekong. The" panhandle" in the province Savannakhet and Champasak in the south of the land is suitable well for the raw-rice-cropping (? Reis is the principal culture of Laos) and the cattle. In this sense we have put together an easily navigable section of information for Laos.

Find out more about the Lao people, Lao people, Lao people, Lao people, Lao people, Lao people, Laos people, Laos people, Laos people... The Globetrotter Advice, as well as our visas and medical information, will help you prepare for a secure and pleasant travel. All you need to know is to go on the road and discover Laos for yourself.

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Discover the pulsating townscape of Bangkok, admire the magnificent Doi Suthep summit and enjoy the Chiang Mai area. Its managers take charge of transportation, accommodation and many of the inclusive acitivities, making this experience the ideal combination of highlight and leisure.

Discover the pulsating townscape of Bangkok, admire the magnificent Doi Suthep summit and enjoy the Chiang Mai area. Its managers take charge of transportation, accommodation and many of the inclusive acitivities, making this experience the ideal combination of highlight and leisure.

Arrival possible at any moment. A long boating trip through Bangkok'sklongs and Wat Po. Food included: You will be taken on a guide through the Doi Sutheptempple. Drive over Wat Rong Khun to Chiang Khong and admire the Mekong. Food included: Cruise across the Lao frontier and down the Mekong in a historic canoe.

Make a guide through the Pak Ou caverns before you arrive in Luang Prabang. Food included: Take a stroll through the Ethnological Museum, the Ock Pop Tok Living Crafts Centre and the Kuang Si Falls. In the evenings you will have the opportunity to dine with a native hostess. Food included: Spend a free time and explore everything Luang Prabang has to offers.

Including mealtimes: Stay in a typical Lao hamlet and savour Lao's cuisine. Eating and sleeping like a native. Including mealtimes: Have your free in Vang Vieng. Including mealtimes: Discover the capitol of Laos. Visiting the temple, visiting the National Museum or exploring the city' s attractions. Including mealtimes:

Food included: The mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh, the stilted building and the presidential palace. You can also play a doll show with it. The temple of literature, the museum and the prison of Hoa Lo. Food included: Take a Ha Long Bay ferry trip on a scrapboat with a tour of a cavern and an archipelago viewpoint.

Food included: Before you take a night-trip to Hue, you should spend some quality in town. Food included: Sightseeing tours of the Imperial Citadel, the Royal Tomb and the Tien Mu Pagoda. Food included: Have a pasta show and luncheon at Oodles of Noodles, a G Adventures-backed adventure game. Food included: Food included: From Hoi An to Ho Chi Minh with free flight times to discover this frantic town.

Food included: Take a guide through the Cu-Chi tunnels and find out more about the Vietnam War. Take your free day in the afternoons to discover the vast Ho Chi Minh town. Food included: Departure possible at any moment. Food included: Arrival possible at any moment. Chill out, discover the town and adapt to the tempo of Bangkok living.

They MUST go on the road with their Vietnam-Visum. Once introduced, your chief executive will check the detail of your route. A long boating excursion through Bangkok'sklongs and Wat Po. Take a 1-hour long tail cruise through Bangkok's famed channels. Journey ends at the Royal Temple of Wat Po for a sightseeing cruise.

Afterwards there is enough buying space, a walk along the Khao San Rd or a stop at the Grand Palace. Take advantage of Bangkok's leisure activities to get the most out of this town. Enjoy accommodation trips like a native. Visiting Wat Arun, a buddhistic sanctuary and one of Thailand's most famous symbols.

Visit the Jim Thompson House, a Bangkok based exhibition where the US business man Jim Thompson, the "Legendary America of Thailand", once lived. Food included: You will be taken on a guide through the Doi Sutheptempple. Come early in the day and use your free day to discover. Select from a variety of options or wander the town on your own.

Doing so much in Chiang Mai, make the most of your free day here. Scale the 300-step stairway to one of the holiest churches in the north of Thailand or take a funicular and admire the views. Find out all about the story of Doi Suthep from a souvenir shop guides - build on a hill, the church lies between stone tombs, sculptures, bells as well as carpentry.

Choose the best recipes from a typical Thai supermarket and find out how to prepare tasty Thai cuisine. Walk through the fair to find handcrafted artisans, musicians, food creators and locals. Drive over Wat Rong Khun to Chiang Khong and admire the Mekong. On the way you will be visiting Wat Rong Khun - the shimmering'White Temple'.

Hike to the souvenir shop or just relax and live a longer lifestyle in Thailand overlooking the Laos riverbank. Including mealtimes: Cruise across the Lao frontier and down the Mekong in a historic canoe. Cruise across the Laos Immigrant Zone and then take a Sonthaew (local bus) to a traditionally low speed jet.

Drive down the Mekong and adapt to the relaxing lifestyle in Laos. Make a guide through the Pak Ou caverns before you arrive in Luang Prabang. Visiting the Pak Ou cave before you arrive in Luang Prabang. Food included: Take a stroll through the Ethnological Museum, the Ock Pop Tok Living Crafts Centre and the Kuang Si Falls.

In the evenings you will have the opportunity to dine with a native hostess. You can take a walk around the Ethnological Museum - a good opportunity to find out more about the clothes and traditions of the locals. Visit Ock Pop Tok for an introductory course on Lao textile and art. Join a guide through the Centre for Tradtional Art and Ethnology (TAEC) to discover more about the art and culture of Laos's many different nationalities.

The Ock Pop Tok "East Meet West" Livin' Crafts Center on the bank of the Mekong River is a great place to see craftsmen teach you about the crafts in Laos and the importance of textile weaving in Lao people. Decide on a coffee in the café. Discover the numerous picture-book swimming pool and the Asian wildlife sanctuary (between the entry to the waterfalls).

Indulge in a tasty dinner with a native hostess. Visit the booths that line the roads and provide up and down the markets with a dozen of walkers, lunches, wooden sculptures, clothing, jewellery and memorabilia. Eating included: Spend a free afternoon and explore everything Luang Prabang has to offers. There is a lot to see and do in Luang Prabang, and we wanted to make sure you had some free space to take it all in.

Take your buoyancy aid and go by canoe through the canals. Climb on your bicycle and savour the trip. Including mealtimes: Stay in a typical Lao hamlet and savour Lao's cuisine. Eating and sleeping like a native. Accommodation in a near town. Here you can savour Lao's tradition of cuisine and get to know your home stay.

Get to know the lifestyle and indigenous people with this unforgettable host family in Vang Vieng. Food included: Spend your free day in Vang Vieng. Climb on your bicycle and savour the trip. Take your buoyancy aid and go by canoe through the canals. Soak up the excitement of speleology on a speleological adventure. Food included:

Discover the capitol of Laos. Visiting the temple, visiting the museum or exploring the sights of the area. Some of Vientiane's high points include Wat Sisaket, one of the city's oldest and most intriguing churches, and Wat Phra That Luang, Lao's icon and one of its most holy Sights.

Come and see the attractions, have a massages or enjoy a last Lao kitchen in Laos. One of Vientiane's oldest and most intriguing temple with a monastery walls full of Buddha-paintings. Get to know the Lao National Museum, its past, customs and folk, as well as the past of Pathet Lao.

Food included: Fly briefly from tranquil Laos to the busy town of Hanoi, the capitol of Vietnam. The group will be brought to the downtown resort by car in 45 minutes after the brief fly to Hanoi. Enjoy the indigenous brews with the natives and make new acquaintances.

Food included: The mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh, the stilted building and the presidential palace. You can also play a doll show with it. The temple of literature, the museum and the prison of Hoa Lo. The mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh, the presidential palace and the former president's home on piles provide an overview of an important personality in Vietnam's past.

Take some free day in the afternoons to discover this lovely town. Select what interests you most, with some free in Hanoi. See a typical Viennese aquatic doll show with nice livemusic and elaborate dolls that dance on a aquatic platform. One of the oldest panoramas in Vietnam on the east bank of Tay Ho.

Spoil your inner gourmet with a sightseeing trip through the busy Hanoi. Take your guidebook through the side roads and market towns of the old town and try the cuisine. Blend with locals and seasoned road performers as you try a wide range of Hanoi favourites such as "nem ran" and "banh goi".

Food included: Take a Ha Long Bay ferry trip on a scrapboat with a tour of a cavern and an archipelago viewpoint. With a jumboat, you' ll pass the karstic limestones and explore some of the beautiful canyons and coves. At night you will have a shellfish meal and then take a cocktail on board under the starry sky.

Get on a jerk ship in the Ha Long Bay harbor and take to the calm water. Savour delicious sea food with a wide range of tasting recipes. Food included: Before you take a night-trip to Hue, you should spend some quality in town. You will have your breakfasts on the yacht before sailing back to the harbor in the mornings.

Return to Hanoi for a little more of your enjoyment before getting on a night-trip. Explore this lovely capitol for a few hour. Food included: Sightseeing tours of the Imperial Citadel, the Royal Sepulchre and the Tien Mu Pagoda. Begin the outing with a trip to the Tien Mu Pagoda, followed by a trip to the grave of a former Emperor of Vietnam.

Afterwards, you decide for a veggie meal in a nearby cloister. Try some Hue specialities like Hue Savory Pancake (Banh Khoai) and thin ribbed stuffed with prawns and beef. The seven-storey Tien Mu is one of the highest and perhaps most stylish in Vietnam.

Stepping back in history, visit this historical sanctuary, erected more than 400 years ago on the northern bank of the Perfume River and the scene of many policy outbursts. Prohibited Purple City (modelled on the Prohibited City of China) in the fortress was once home to the Emperor's Emperor's family and was severely destroyed during the Vietnam War.

Visiting the Royal Tombs along the Perfume River in Hue. Discover the countryside and see the locals working in the field. Three overnight stays give you enough round-trip travel to this enchanting city. Take advantage of the free leisure in this picturesque city to discover in every conceivable way.

Food included: Have a pasta show and luncheon at Oodles of Noodles, a G Adventures-backed adventure game. Cultivate your delicious delicacies and learn more about the area' s gastronomy and this campaign that strengthens the young people on the streets through skill and vocational schooling. Discover this enchanting town. Visit the South Tyrolean food fair to buy the freshest produce before you prepare some of the most famous food in the region.

When you' re done, you' re ready to go! Hire a bicycle at a retailer and set out to discover it. Attend the Lifestart Foundation and find out how to make a typical streetlamp from the area. Watch how this G Adventures-supported program is helping locals with permanent disability to find work. Food included:

There is a lot to see and do in Hoi An, and we wanted to make sure you had some free space to take it all in. Including mealtimes: From Hoi An to Ho Chi Minh with free flight times to discover this frantic town. Discover the small alleyways and bustling roads, look out for paint stores and tasty regional stands.

Food included: Take a guide through the Cu Chi tunnels and find out more about the Vietnam War. Take your free day in the afternoons to discover the vast Ho Chi Minh town. After some free day in town, you' ll be visiting the Thien Hau and Giac Vien and strolling through the huge Ben Thanh market.

The Reunification Palace (the pre-1975 presidential palace of South Vietnam), the Cholon neighborhood and the War Museum are also interesting. Step out of the car and discover this frantic town. The Thien Hau Pagoda is a wonderful sanctuary in the Chinatown area of Ho Chi Minh Town.

Visit the interior of this 1800s marble carving to see almost 100 godly creatures. Walk through this busy town to learn more about Ho Chi Minh City. Collect memorabilia, taste the regional food and live the city. Walk through the historical rooms of the Independence Palace, a symbol of Ho Chi Minh City.

Enjoy the bustling rhythms of everyday living in Cholon, the Chinatown of Ho Chi Minh Town. Come and see the area full of tea houses, couples and humans and learn more about the town' s unparalleled civilization. The War Remnants Museum is an exciting but rewarding three-story museum with displays and equipment.

Food included: Departure possible at any moment. Food included: Permit USD235-305 for non-inclusive mealtimes. All-CEOs, full-on, community based guidance.

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