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Located in Vientiane, 600 metres from Patouxay Monument, Lalco AR Hotel features a terrace and sun terrace. Free WiFi is provided and free private parking is available on site.
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Vientiane has Khao Piak for breakfast. In Pakse, they have Khao Poon Nam Pa for breakfast. In the morning, visit a boat dock where long boats or small barges ferry people and merchants across the Mekong River bringing fresh vegetables to the market every day. There you’re sure to find at least one mobile stand where people are crowded around but not saying too much because they’re busy slurping their noodles
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Khao soi or khao soy is a Burmese-influenced dish served widely in northern Laos and northern Thailand. The name means “cut rice” in Thai, although it is possible that it is simply a corruption of the Burmese word for noodles which is just “khao swè” which may account for the variations
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Green papaya salad is a spicy salad made from shredded unripe papaya. It is of Lao origin but it is also eaten throughout Southeast Asia. Locally known in Cambodia as bok l’hong (Khmer: បុកល្ហុង, pronounced [ɓok lhoŋ]), in Laos as tam som or the more specific name tam maak hoong (Lao: ຕໍາໝາກຫຸ່ງ, Lao pronunciation: [tàm.ma᷆ːk.hūŋ]), in Thailand as som tam (Thai: ส้มตำ, pronounced [sôm tam]), and in Vietnam as goi du du. Som tam, the Thai variation, was listed at number 46 on World’s 50 most delicious foods compiled by CNN Go in 2011
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According to myth, the city of Vientiane was created by the Naga Souvannanak. Vientiane was an ancient city whose territories covered both banks of the Mekong River. The first name of Vientiane was “Ban Nong Khanthae Phiseuanam” village, which later became “Vientiane” town under the leadership of the first Governor, Bourichan or Phraya Chanthabouly Pasitthisak
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