3. Lao Souvenir MTThakhek Laos developed its culture and customs as the inland crossroads of trade and migration in Southeast Asia over millennia. As of 2012 Laos has a population of roughly 6.4 million spread over 236,800 km2 , yielding one of the lowest population densities in Asia. Yet the country of Laos has an official count of over forty-seven ethnicities divided into 149 sub-groups and 80 different languages. The Lao Loum have throughout the country’s history comprised the ethnic and linguistic majority. In Southeast Asia, traditional Lao culture is considered one of the Indic cultures . Laos is geographically isolated and mountainous, bounded by the Annamite Range in the east, forming a traditional political and cultural boundary with Vietnam . Much of the western borders of Laos are formed by the Mekong ... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
4. That SikhottabongThakhek That Sikhottabong, also known as Sikhottabong Stupa is a Buddhist temple in Thakhek, Khammouane Province, Laos. It is contemporary to That Inhang in Savannakhet and That Phanom, built in Thailand under the Sikhottabong Empire. The bones of Lord Buddha are said to be consecrated in these temples. King Nanthasene built the stupa for King Soummitham. The temple is on the bank of the Mekong River. The festival held at this location is during the third month of the lunar calendar. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
A walk along Fields Avenue and Walking Street, Angeles City, The Philippines
In this video i take you for a walk along Fields Avenue and into Walking Street, Angeles City, Pampanga, The Philippines.
Fields Avenue and Walking Street are part of the Red light district in Angeles City, The Philippines. Lots off Agogo bars and Filipino girls can be found here.
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Chiang Mai to Bangkok Overnight Train, Second Class Sleeper
Travel from Chiang Mai to Bangkok and Bangkok to Chiang Mai by overnight train! Tour of the second class sleeper. My first overnight train experience and Thailand did not disappoint! This is a cheaper travel alternative to flying in Thailand and can save you a night of accommodations. Would you ride this train? WATCH THAILAND TRAVEL GUIDE: SUBSCRIBE NOW:
Hi everyone! The overnight sleeper train from Chiang Mai to Bangkok and vice versa have a variety of seat options. You can get a second class sleeper like the one shown in the video or 1st class sleeper which is a private room. There's also an even cheaper second class fan option. After that you can get a non-sleeper train seat for 300-600 baht, that's only $9-24 to travel across Thailand.
Of course during off season a flight from Chiang Mai to Bangkok can range from $18-24 and takes only an hour and a half. Hahah, the train travel method is getting a little outdated but during the holidays when plane tickets jump to $50 - this is a great way to travel! Include 1 one night of hostel/hotel fee and the train sounds like a better deal for sure.
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