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Hi. my name Mr.Hotsia , i travel Laos and show all crips in this website. Laos have 16 province are Attapeu Bokeo Bolikhamsai Champasak Hua Phan Khammouane Luang Namtha Luang Phrabang Oudomxay Phongsali Sayabouly Salavan Savannakhet Sekong Vientiane Xieng Khouang. this website province video clips in all province

Laos Infomation:
Laos is a landlocked country in Southeast Asia, lying mostly between latitudes 14? and 23?N (a small area is south of 14?), and longitudes 100? and 108?E. Its thickly forested landscape consists mostly of rugged mountains, the highest of which is Phou Bia at 2,818 metres (9,245 ft), with some plains and plateaus. The Mekong River forms a large part of the western boundary with Thailand, whereas the mountains of the Annamite Chain form most of the eastern border with Vietnam. The climate is tropical and monsoon.

There is a distinct rainy season from May to November, followed by a dry season from December to April. Local tradition holds that there are three seasons (rainy, cold and hot) as the latter two months of the climatologically defined dry season are noticeably hotter than the earlier four months. The capital and largest city of Laos is Vientiane and other major cities include Luang Prabang, Savannakhet and Pakse.

In 1993, the Laos government set aside 21% of the nation's land area for habitat conservation preservation. The country is one of four in the opium poppy growing region known as the "Golden Triangle". According to the October 2007 UNODC fact book "Opium Poppy Cultivation in South East Asia," the poppy cultivation area was 15 square kilometres (5.8 sq mi), down from 18 square kilometres (6.9 sq mi) in 2006.Laos can be considered to consist of three geographical areas: north, central, and south.

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