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Etymology. The English word Laos was coined by the French, who united the three Lao kingdoms in French Indochina in 1893 and named the country as the plural of the dominant and most common ethnic group, which are the Lao people. [citation needed]In the Lao language, the country's name is "Muang Lao" (ເມືອງລາວ) or "Pathet Lao" (ປະເທດລາວ), both literally mean "Lao ...

An Authentic Asia. Laos retains many of the traditions that have disappeared in a frenzy of development elsewhere in the region. It's hard to believe somnolent Vientiane is an Asian capital, and there's a timeless quality to rural life, where stilt houses and paddy fields look like they are straight out of a movie set.

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Laos, landlocked country of northeast-central mainland Southeast Asia.It consists of an irregularly round portion in the north that narrows into a peninsula-like region stretching to the southeast. Overall, the country extends about 650 miles (1,050 km) from northwest to southeast.

Despite its small population, Laos has 49 ethnic groups, or tribes, from which Lao, Khmou and Hmong constitute approximately three-quarters of the population.

Laos has a rich history stretching back 10,000 years. At its height, it ruled over present day Laos and much of neighbouring northern Thailand. Landlocked and laid-back, it’s a unique spin on the Southeast Asia experience.

Laos >> Laotian children picture. People, Luang Prabang, Laos

Laos >> Laotian children picture. People, Luang Prabang, Laos

Laos >> Volunteer with Animals Abroad | Laos Wildlife Sanctuary | UK Charity

Laos >> Volunteer with Animals Abroad | Laos Wildlife Sanctuary | UK Charity

Laos >> Boualapha District

Laos >> Boualapha District

Laos >> Seidenfadenia mitrata (Reichenbach f.) Garay

Laos >> Seidenfadenia mitrata (Reichenbach f.) Garay

Laos >> Laos 2 Planschende Kinder Foto

Laos >> Laos 2 Planschende Kinder Foto

Laos >> Thailand - Yoshiko's Favorite Places

Laos >> Thailand - Yoshiko's Favorite Places