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A non-profit initiative has declared war on the lack of books in Laos. And with success. What started with an idea from a former US publisher has developed into a successful project that spreads education and enjoyment of reading across the country. Share on email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on whatsapp Laotians
There is hardly a more diverse nature reserve than the Lorentz National Park in Western Guinea: The UNESCO World Heritage extends from glaciers to pristine rainforest and swamp forests to the tropical sea on an area of more than 23,000 square kilometre. An overview.
A visit to the old imperial city of Hue is like a journey back in time to Vietnam’s magnificent imperial era. The complex of Hue monuments, consisting of the large citadel and the magnificent imperial tombs, testify to a time long before the war and are waiting to be discovered.
Every year the square around the Golden Stupa in Vientiane turns into a huge hype for almost a week: During the country’s most important Buddhist festival, the That Luang Festival, the city is in a kind of a state of emergency. Share on email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on whatsapp The
Ha Long Bay is one of the most popular destinations in Vietnam. The natural beauty has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1994 and impresses numerous visitors every day. But it’s not just nature that’s breathtaking. Immerse yourself in the original, vibrant life of fishermen in the floating villages as you cruise through Halong
Songkran is the traditional New Year of Thailand. The holiday Songkran is celebrated every year from April 13th to 15th. Originally the term Songkran is a Sanskrit word and refers to the transition of the sun from one sign of the zodiac to the next. Share on email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share