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National Flag of Laos currently in use, what each color on the flag means. Plus some history and picture of historical Laos flag
Crossing Laos border? Learn where Laos border crossing points are, which ones issue visa on arrival and which ones don't
Laos Government structure approved,Government bodies, Members of National Assembly and Ministers
When/where and how to catch a city bus in Vientiane - know before you go can make a difference on your bus travel experience
Laos Festivals spread out year round, the majority of these festivals are based in the Buddhist faith and have been celebrated with enthusiasm since ancient days
Laos Culture is rich which related to Theravada Buddhism with influences extending from lifestyle to art and architecture, as goes with alms giving every morning upon sunrise
A traditional Laos wedding is usually held at the bride's family home which involves a Baci ceremony followed by reception party in late morning or evening
Baci preparation requires quite a lot of work including putting together a Pha Khuan and this in its self had many details