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  • Luang Prabang, Laos (The Jewel of the Mekong)

    Luang Prabang, Laos (The Jewel of the Mekong)
    Luang Prabang is an idyllic town just north of Vientiane and has been accorded as an UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995. The fastest way to get to Luang Prabang is to catch a flight from Vientiane domestic airport. Flight time is just under an hour. Another alternative is to travel by coach and it takes about 10-11 hours to get to Luang Prabang from Vientiane.
  • Vientiane, Laos - The Jewel of Mekong

    Vientiane, Laos - The Jewel of Mekong
    Vientiane is located at the central region of Laos is the capital of the country. Less touristy than other capitals in South East Asia, you are more likely to bump into backpackers rather than the conventional tour groups with flag carrying guide. Visiting Vientiane is a refreshing change due to her serene pace of life.
  • Fujichrome 64T Type II in E6

    Fujichrome 64T Type II in E6
    The Fujichrome 64T Type II (RTPII) is an ISO 64 colour reversal tungsten film. This film model has been discontinued since 2007 and replaced by Fujichrome T64. The RTPII is quite difficult to find so when I saw a few expired rolls left in the photo lab, I know I got to grab it.
  • Golden Triangle (Thailand, Laos, Myanmar)

    Golden Triangle (Thailand, Laos, Myanmar)
    A short visit to the famous Golden Triangle has etched memorable imageries in my mind. It is the place where the borders of Thailand, Burma (Myanmar) and Laos converge.
  • Tubing in Vang Vieng, Laos

    Tubing in Vang Vieng, Laos
    Tyre Inner-Tubes, Home made whiskey, Swings and the Mekong River!
  • 4000 Islands, Laos

    4000 Islands, Laos
    Who need's electricity anyway? Visiting Laos will not be complete without visiting 4000 islands. A place where electricity is not present, making a trip more exciting!
  • Vientiane, Laos

    Vientiane, Laos
    Vientiane (pronounced as "Wieng Chan" by the locals) is the capital city of Laos. I went there on a family vacation last August and boy, did I have a good time. Situated in the Mekong Valley, it is a laid-back city void of traffic jam, noise pollution and other qualities of a bustling metropolis; a perfect getaway from the clutter of urban life.