Compared to other places in Southeast Asia, Vientiane is a delightfully quiet city, nestled into a wide bend of the Mekong River. On the streets you’ll hear people speaking Lao, Thai, Chinese, French and English. It’s a minor crossroads on the cusp of major changes. Whether you’re a Thai visa runner whiling away the hours with Beer Lao, an NGO volunteer on assignment, or a backpacker en route to Vang Vieng and Luang Prabang – you’re sure to find more than a few points of interest in the Laos capital.
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