Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Luang Prabang is an UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Laos. I arrived here after a 6 hour bus ride from Vang Vieng. Unfortunately this region of the world is quite hazy this time of the year as evidenced by my photographs. (Northern Vietnam was the same)

This photograph shows the bank of the Nam Khan River which meets the Mekong in Luang Prabang.

View of the Mekong River from a temple that sits on Phousy Mountain in the center of "Old Luang Prabang". It is divided by the Mekong and the Nam Khan River.

A view from the Phousy Mountain Temple looking at the Nam Khan River.

1 comment:

Alane said...

Are there lots of bridges, or do they use ferries? What causes the haze?