rivers, lush jungle, hectic markets and the Unesco-listed Plain of
Laos' isolation from foreign influence offers travelers an
unparalleled glimpse of traditional Southeast Asian life. From the
fertile lowlands of the Mekong River valley to the rugged Annamite
highlands, Laos is the highlight of Southeast Asia.
Enigmatic and relatively undeveloped, Laos bears the dubious
distinction of being the most bombed country in history. However, it
is gradually emerging from its tumultuous recent history thanks to a
combination of foreign aid, a growing ecotourism industry, and its
charming, philosophical people.
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