Haw Phra Kaew (Lao: ຫໍພະແກ້ວ) is a former temple in Vientiane, Laos. It is situated on Setthathirath Road, to the southeast of Wat Si Saket.
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Bolikhamsai (also Borikhamxay, Lao ບໍລິຄໍາໄຊ) is a province of Laos, located in the middle of the country. Pakxanh, Thaphabath, Pakkading, Borikhan, Viengthong and Khamkheu are its districts and Paksan is its capital city.
Phongsali or Phongsaly (Lao: ຜົ້ງສາລີ) is the capital of Phongsali Province, Laos. It is the northernmost among provincial capitals in Laos opposite Attapeu in the south. The town has about 6,000 inhabitants and is located at approximately 1,430 met…
Attapeu , Attopu or Attapu (Lao: ອັດຕະປື) is the capital of Attapeu Province, Laos.
Ban Houayxay (Lao: ຫ້ວຍຊາຍ), also (Ban) Huoeisay, (Ban) Houei Sai or (Ban) Huay Xai and (IATA: HOE), is the capital of the Lao province of Bokèo, on the border with Thailand.
Muang Xay (Lao: ເມືອງໄຊ), also referred to as Oudomxai, is the capital city of Oudomxai Province, Laos. It is at around (20°42′N101°59′E).
Muang Ngoi Neua is a Lao town along the Nam Ou in Louangphrabang Province.
Sainyabuli, Xaignabouli, Xayaburi or Xayaboury (Lao: ໄຊຍະບູລີ) is the capital of Sainyabuli Province, Laos. It lies along Route 4 which along with Route 13 connects it to Luang Prabang, roughly 80 kilometres northeast by road and to the Thai border …
The Lao National Museum is located in Vientiane, Laos. It was founded as the national museum highlighting the revolution of the 1970s and is located in a French colonial building. In 2007, the United States donated a grant to help develop the museum…
Savannakhet Airport (IATA: ZVK, ICAO: VLSK) is an airport near Savannakhet, Laos.
The city of Salavan (ສາລະວັນ) is the capital of the Salavan Province in southern Laos.
The Chao Anouvong Stadium, also known as Vientiane Provincial stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Vientiane, Laos. It is used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 15,000 people.
Pak Beng (Lao: ປາກແບ່ງ) is a small village in Laos, on the Mekong River about halfway between the Thai border at Huay Xai and Luang Prabang, Laos.
The Nam Ou (Laotian: ນ້ຳອູ [nâːm ùː], literally: "rice bowl river") is one of the most important rivers of Laos. It runs 448 km from Phongsaly Province to Luang Prabang Province. Along with the Mekong, the Nam Ou is the only natural channel suita…
Xieng Khouang Airport is an airport in Phonsavan, Laos (IATA: XKH, ICAO: VLXK).
Wat Mai Suwannaphumaham often simply Wat Mai or Wat May is a Buddhist temple or wat in Luang Prabang, Laos.
Champasak (Lao: ຈຳປາສັກ [càmpàːsák]) is a small town in southern Laos, on the west bank of the Mekong River about 40 km south of Pakse, the capital of Champasak Province.
Sayaboury Airport (IATA: ZBY, ICAO: VLSB) is an airport in Sainyabuli, the capital of Sainyabuli Province of Laos.
Oudomsay Airport (or Oudomxay Airport) is an airport in Muang Xay, Laos (IATA: ODY, ICAO: VLOS).
Quan Hóa district (Vietnamese: huyện Quan Hóa) is a district of Thanh Hóa Province in the North Central Coast region of Vietnam.
Paksong is a city in Laos, situated on the Bolaven Plateau. The city is well known for its coffee exports.
Louangnamtha Airport (IATA: LXG, ICAO: VLLN) is an airport in Laos, 6 km south of the city of Luang Namtha.
Chom Ong Cave is a cave system located in Oudomxay Province, in the north of Laos. Featuring a length of more of 16 km, it ranks now as the longest cave in Northern Laos and is one of the top 10 in all Laos.
Champasak Palace, in Pakse, Laos, was a former residence of the Prince of Champasak, Chao Boun Oum. It was built for Prince Boun Oum, as a residence, but he had to abandon it in 1974, before it was finished as the Royal Lao government was overthrown…
Don Kho is an island village in the People's Democratic Republic of Lao, located in Champasak Province.