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With no trading port to the outside world and until recently with a relatively small emigrant population, landlocked Laos’ gastronomy has not experienced the same degree of global popularity as its neighbours Thailand and Vietnam
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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. Traditionally, the dough for the rice noodles is spread out on a cloth stretched over boiling water

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A few years ago, working in one of the villages around Luang Prabang, half a dozen Hmongs started selling their goods directly, on a square that had so far been unoccupied. Many people came to buy this authentic craftsmanship and embroidery sold by Hmongs who were very often dressed in traditional clothes …
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Luang Prabang combines a spectacular natural setting and distinctive built heritage with traditional arts and crafts, foods, languages, festivals and rituals

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The mountainous area of Luang Prabang and its major rivers are the perfect setting for a kayak ride 
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