Located in the Mekong River basin bordering Cambodia in southern Laos, all the islands have no hot water, 25rmb one-day thatched cottages, electric fans are already high-end appliances; there are stocking pheasant wild duck buffaloes everywhere; the Mekong River at the door is people playing A good place to cool off; even if you are remote, you can see the monks who came out to give up in the morning; under such difficult conditions, it is hard to imagine that there is still a school here. There is no worldly scenery here, but there is the most memorable memory of Laos.
After rushing through the full-size medium-duty van, I finally arrived at the Thai-Lao border corridor at 6 o'clock in the morning. CMB did not put us at the border, but stopped at the office of their company. The good breakfast was also changed to 100 baht, and I wanted to go to the border to get a few baht. However, it is obvious that they are also very confusing internally. The division of labor is very unclear. I am also confident that I will sit on the border to the border without paying the money. Of course, it is hungry. When it came to the border, the sky was drizzling and the departure was completed quickly. Then there was a long stretch of several kilometers between the countries, the rain was still down, and the immigration department lined up a long queue, waiting for the people to sign the landing. Although the visa fee seems to be blacked out by the Lao border inspectors, it is not awkward compared to the thrilling level behind.
Before I set off, I booked the Youth Hostel in Vientiane, but I ignored one point - Thailand's mobile phone card went to Laos and there was no signal, and it also overestimated the reliable service of the Lao people's service. Just as I was desperate in the strange streets of Laos, I was pleasantly surprised to find that as long as I dont turn off the mobile map, the APP can continue to locate the search results just now, and this is my hope of finally identifying the direction, especially when not The reliable Laos spurs put us on a corner that looks cold and clear. The best news after getting off the bus is that the direction of the sudden car is generally the same as my landing, and the rain has basically stopped. With a fairly reliable Google map, I found the youth hostel called Funky Monkey without getting too much effort after getting off the bus. I want to know that this is not a sleep for a night, but also holding bricks in a strange city. For me, the same mobile phone is not as easy as mentioned above.
Luang Prabang, the morning of the morning, is the best start of the day. A group of people dressed in orange crickets walked barefoot on the streets to receive giving. The giver squatted on the ground and piously placed the carefully prepared glutinous rice food in every sultry pot until the last monk passed, and the giving was over.
I really can't love this small town anymore
Puxi Mountain to see the sunrise and sunset
one side is the Mekong River side is the Nankan River
Luang Prabang panoramic view
interesting The French villa has a solemn ancient temple
and in Wanrong, it is more pleasant ~
just sit quietly by the river
a cup of Lao coffee a BBQ
a piece of music Rain
really like the slow life of these two cities. Our four cars drove from Xishuangbanna to Luang Prabang and then to Wanrong. All the way was in the ravine. It was really cool to drive countless detours. Laos spring rolls in the night market, self-service vegetarian dishes, sausages made by every household, and of course Laotian beer, are worth a try!
Staying in such a quiet and small town is really too lazy to move
The karst landform scenery here is very hot in Guilin's feel
afternoon to Blue Lagoon Jumping water
evening to the field to watch a sunset
Nan Song River night is coming brightly lit
still drink BeerLao
The most not to be missed in Luang Prabang is the Bawu cave group, located on the bank of the Mekong River north of Luang Prabang, about 25km from the ancient city of Luang Prabang. The grotto consists of two caves, the lower cave is halfway up the mountain, called Tham Ting, and the upper grotto is on the top of the mountain, called Tham Phoum. The
Bawu Grottoes were built centuries ago and were buried by mudslides due to geological movements and rain erosion. They were later rebuilt by a foreign tourist.
The two grottoes enshrine tens of thousands of Buddha statues, and there are more than 8,000 statues in the book. It used to be the place where the king prayed for rain. Every year before the rainy season, there will be a grand prayer ceremony, and the Buddha will be blessed for a year. The Tading Grottoes can be seen with natural light. Since the cave faces the east, it is recommended to visit in the morning. The light is best. The Tapong Grottoes must be seen in the cave with a flashlight. If you don't have your own, you can rent them at the grotto.
The waterfall in Wonderland is so beautiful that the scenery is beautiful.
Guangxi Waterfall should take half an hour from the urban area. There must be a mountain where there is a waterfall. I believe that Laos definitely has more than the Guangxi Waterfall. The place, the light west is just close, but the scenes I saw next have made me indescribable. At first, I said that staying for 2 hours in the waterfall still felt too long. Before the buelagon was watching them diving, it was already very scarce, but the Guangxi Waterfall was not boring at all. Some people told me not to suggest me to go, very boring. I just want to say: Fortunately, I didn't believe your ghost
Guangxi Waterfall's water flow is not very loud. We saw the whole picture through the tall tropical rain forest. There are also glass cages with small black bears on the road. It can't be said to be cages. This is already a good breeding base. The bears are lying and resting in the basket. They are almost like the national treasure. It is very pleasant. And there is also the introduction of bear knowledge around, still very good. There are three large water pools for swimming in the
waterfall. The waterfall also has a calcified landform, which is similar to the yellow dragon. This should also be the reason for minerals. The water is also very beautiful blue. If the waterfall in front is not amazing, the last super-high waterfall is really beautiful.
It's a few drops of water, and it's very atomized, giving a feeling of embarrassment. It really seems like a veil is given, and the water is not loud. If you take aerial photography, you can see that there are still a few drops of water above the waterfall. If you can go up on foot, it is a little tired. After all, we still have time to play with water~
Counting nine things in Laos travel must be punched
1 card "Arc de Triomphe"
Vientiane Arc de Triomphe, because of the far look like the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France, so many people called the "Arc de Triomphe", in fact, it is a large monument .
2 Punch Palace
Luang Prabang Palace is small, with white and gold as the main color system, simple and clear, multiple roofs, very Southeast Asian flavor.
is small, but it is very fairy, the pool under the waterfall, the bottom of the pool is calcified, showing a milky green pool, also known as the mini version of Jiuzhaigou.
4 Lao Beer
French barley malt, Laos jasmine rice, German production and filling equipment, after the "hybrid" it is not only the national wine of Laos, but also the most famous beer in Asia.
5 Watch the sunset
Puxi Mountain Sunset on Puxi Mountain and the Bakheng Mountain Sunset in Angkor Wat in Cambodia. It is also a world famous sunset viewing point. There are many people who go up the mountain to open the sunset, and they can go up the mountain to have a good viewing position.
condenses the architectural style of the ancient temples of Luang Prabang. Tickets are 20,000 Kip, tickets can be used for two consecutive days.
7 Once you eat "Niu Shangshan"
"Niu Shangshan", this hot pot is also eaten in Southeast Asia. It can be said that it is boiled and hot pot.
8In the morning, when giving time
Luang Prabang at 5:30 in the morning, there will be early morning giving. This is a local tradition.
9 night market
Luang Prabang night market in the meantime, both food and shopping fun.
From Cambodia to Laos, wake-up is an aerial photography. From the perspective of God, the four thousand US islands are quite beautiful. The Mekong River is a good one, although the water is yellow! Flying the aerial camera did not take the police tube for nearly half an hour, a cloud drifted over, afraid of rain, and quickly received clothes, oh no, it is the plane!
Then it really rains! Fortunately, its early!
The night market is never lacking in Southeast Asia. There are many night markets in Vientiane, the capital of Laos, and the large night market in Mekong River Park is the most lively. Apart from the food and beverage outlets selling snacks, there are also many vendors selling clothes and shoes. It can be said that people are swaying and bustling. It is different from the Luang Prabang night market. There are many local people here, and many locals are shopping here and shopping.
In the evening, it should be regarded as the most lively place in Vientiane. Local people come out to go shopping and eat food. As a tourist, many people are also involved in this, taste the taste of Laos, barbecue, grilled fish, sausage, fried bolognese, etc. These are the favorites of local people. Come to Vientiane to visit local people. Simple life.
Laos: The best place to watch the sunset: Pushi Mountain
Puss Mountain in Laos is only over 100 meters high, but it is the highest point in downtown Luang Prabang. The top of the mountain is the splendid spire of Psita, and the palace is home to the palace. You can only climb more than 300 steps, you can overlook the Luang Prabang city center and the Mekong River and the tributary Nankang River in the distance. The unique location also makes it the best place to watch the sunset~