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Travel
Vientiane In One Day

‘Mistaken’ is the word casted upon the less discovered jewel of Mekong named Laos. Traveling solo in this country is extremely doable, even if you’re a girl; in contrary to the life-threatening image painted to me like it was Philippines. Laos might be poor, but it is only as dangerous as your decided activities. As long as you stay at the heart of the city (most of the attractions are […]

To go or not to go, that is the question when it comes to Vientiane’s Xieng Khuan Buddha Park. Mainly because it is slightly far from the city, off the beaten track; if I can put it that way. To get there, I highly recommend booking a taxi. The 25km ride is around 40 minutes, costing 250k kip (RM113). Anyone charging you higher than that, tell him to ‘fly kite’. […]