Journals Laos

Vientiane Vits: A Forced Alliteration

Created by SeenThat on October 4, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

This journal deals with bits about Vientiane that didn't fit other journals.

Vientiane: The Human Angle

Created by SeenThat on September 7, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

2 Reviews
3 Stories

This journal explores the human angles of Laos and Vientiane.

Vientiane: Bits and Bites

Created by SeenThat on August 1, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Some bits and bites of Vientiane, unfit of my other journals describing the city were grouped here.

Vientiane: The First Bite

Created by SeenThat on July 13, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Vientiane offers its visitors a wonderful mix of Laotian and French cuisines.

Vientiane: the Second Sip

Created by SeenThat on June 26, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Good coffee, golden pagodas, the romantic, slow-flowing Mekong River, and a charming mixture of cultures, more than justify returning to Vientiane.



Luang Prabang - Southeast Asia's Gem

Created by Kez on March 1, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
1 Story

UNESCO designated Luang Prabang is a jewel of a town, jam-packed with beautiful houses and buildings, a plethora of temples, a large population of resident monks, and is just a treat to visit.

Planning Laos

Created by SeenThat on March 1, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

1 Review
4 Stories

From first sight, Laos seems different; it will take some glimpses to find its charms, and a long stay to understand them. And what about love? Each one is different, for some it takes one second, for others a month; regarding Laos, the only promise is that it will arrive.

Vientiane: Love from First Sip

Created by SeenThat on October 1, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

While arriving at Vientiane, you will immediately recognize that you are in a capital city, due to the official buildings, the monuments, and the wide, shaded boulevards, but near them, fishermen using ancient techniques still trawl in the Mekong River; this dichotomy is part of the town’s charm.

Hidden Valley

Created by SeenThat on June 15, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Xam Nua is located in the far northeast of Laos, near the borders with Vietnam and China, and unlike the rest of the country on the eastern side of the Annamite Mountains, thus offering a quite different environment, in some aspects closer to Vietnam than to Laos.

The Notorious Route 7 in Laos, and Other Tales

Created by Hun Ohm on September 24, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews
2 Stories

The Plain of Jars may be the biggest draw in the Xiang Khouang province, but take the slow roads between Phonsavan and Louang Phabang and you will see some things that will not be forgotten. Other Laos travel tales as well.

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