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Laos travel is probably the most obscure place on the tourism map of Southeast Asia. However, this land is small but full of wonders. Places introduced below will prove for that. Let’s explore! Vang Vieng Located approximately 155 kilometres north of Vientiane Capital of Laos on the road to Luang Prabang, this small town is …

Laos travel is probably the most obscure place on the tourism map of Southeast Asia. However, this land is small but full of wonders. Places introduced below will prove for that. Let’s explore! Vang Vieng Located approximately 155 kilometres north of Vientiane Capital of Laos on the road to Luang Prabang, this small town is …

Kuang Si Waterfall, Luang Prabang

A first glance at Laos

Kuang Si Waterfall, Luang Prabang

No idea when we'll be back to the mainland, but these look great. Top 50 Hikes Asheville | NC Mountain Hiking Trails

No idea when we'll be back to the mainland, but these look great. Top 50 Hikes Asheville | NC Mountain Hiking Trails

scariest stairs: Stairway to Heaven, Haiku Stairs, Oahu, Hawaii (photo Mark Payton via flickr 6863997079)

scariest stairs: Stairway to Heaven, Haiku Stairs, Oahu, Hawaii (photo Mark Payton via flickr 6863997079)

9 wonderful destinations prove Laos is worth discovering

9 wonderful destinations prove Laos is worth discovering

Holy Monastery of Varlaam, Greece. The Greeks called this region "in the heavens above", due to the formation of the rocks that took shape 60 million years ago. These unique monasteries are constructed on pinnacles of rock that were a result of earthquakes and weathering. Excavations all around this region in the caves also discovered radiocarbon which evidences human presence that dates as far as 50,000 years. A truly unique area.  The second largest monastery in the Metéora complex.

Holy Monastery of Varlaam, Greece. The Greeks called this region "in the heavens above", due to the formation of the rocks that took shape 60 million years ago. These unique monasteries are constructed on pinnacles of rock that were a result of earthquakes and weathering. Excavations all around this region in the caves also discovered radiocarbon which evidences human presence that dates as far as 50,000 years. A truly unique area. The second largest monastery in the Metéora complex.

Mount Phousi & Wat Chom Si Temple

Mount Phousi & Wat Chom Si Temple

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