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Old 01-31-2018, 03:38 PM
 
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Pat pong in bangkok thailand
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Old 01-31-2018, 05:41 PM
 
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The last thing Thailand needs are more sex tourists.
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Old 01-31-2018, 06:11 PM
 
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Old 01-31-2018, 09:56 PM
 
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
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You have to give us more to go on - first of all when you say "south asia" that typically refers to the indian subcontinent which consists of India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Afighanistan. Do you really want to vacation there or do you mean southEAST asia? I think we can safely eliminate Afhiganistan and probably Pakistan from your travel plans.

Also what are your interests? Culture? History? Scuba diving? Just laying on a beach? Why "south asia" as opposed to the somewhere else in America or Europe? This is a very poor area of the world - do you have any objections to the environment of developing countries or do your require modern 1st world comforts?
Hi, I want to go south east Asia. I think, it is Laos country. So please suggest me best place in Laos and i have interest paragliding, Rafting.....etc
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Old 01-31-2018, 09:57 PM
 
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South east Asia is not all very poor. SIngapore is one of the wealthiest countries in the world and Malaysia is a middle income country. Thailand has most of the first world comforts and is one of the most popular global tourist destinations.
Sri Lanka and Nepal are very popular destinations also. As already said, the OP needs to consider what they are wanting to do.
Yes, I am agree you.
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Old 01-31-2018, 10:58 PM
 
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Hi, I want to go south east Asia. I think, it is Laos country. So please suggest me best place in Laos and i have interest paragliding, Rafting.....etc
Why Laos, specifically? You are wanting to do very expensive activities in a very poor country. I doubt that many people on here would have done those things in Laos. My daughter has been there. She enjoyed it but she did have a camera stolen there. You have to be careful there.
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Old 02-01-2018, 05:29 AM
 
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Why Laos, specifically? You are wanting to do very expensive activities in a very poor country. I doubt that many people on here would have done those things in Laos. My daughter has been there. She enjoyed it but she did have a camera stolen there. You have to be careful there.
I searched everywhere like all travel forum. Every one told me Namkhan Eco farm is the best place for tourist. My friend told me, here, Visitors can spend time at the general public gardens and visit the Eco Farm. finish of Jan we'll open a body of water, pool and spa space, out of doors exercise space and lots of a lot of treasures.

The Eco Farm is very heterogeneous and it includes a variety of tropical fruits, vegetables, roots and herbs. guests will be part of our categories or workshops.

Totally are natural beauty. I love natural environment and this time my budjet is low, so i think, I should go Namkhan Eco Farm and other natural lake, Mountain...etc

Can you tell me this is safe place or not? Because your daughter available here.
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Old 02-01-2018, 07:40 AM
 
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This place, Namkhan Eco Farm - talk about obscure! Hmmmm - I hope you aren't one of those that come in here pretending to be a tourist but actually promoting the place in disguise (and from your grammer it appears English is not your first language). If that's so, the place will be associated with spammers and you can expect a ban and likely people will say nasty things about this place elsewhere.

Anyways after a quick look at the website, it seems interesting but this place appears to encourage volunteer tourism - those that will actually want to work there as part of their vacation. Which is admirable if that is your intention.

Anyways with S.E. Asia my recommendation will always be Thailand or Vietnam because the tourism infrastructure is much better developed and they really are beautiful countries. Laos it might be a bit more difficult to get around, there might be language issues and logistics issue. Have you ever been to SE Asia?
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Old 02-01-2018, 09:40 AM
 
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I searched everywhere like all travel forum. Every one told me Namkhan Eco farm is the best place for tourist. My friend told me, here, Visitors can spend time at the general public gardens and visit the Eco Farm. finish of Jan we'll open a body of water, pool and spa space, out of doors exercise space and lots of a lot of treasures.

The Eco Farm is very heterogeneous and it includes a variety of tropical fruits, vegetables, roots and herbs. guests will be part of our categories or workshops.

Totally are natural beauty. I love natural environment and this time my budjet is low, so i think, I should go Namkhan Eco Farm and other natural lake, Mountain...etc

Can you tell me this is safe place or not? Because your daughter available here.
How much holiday time will you have?
Will you spend your entire holiday at the Eco Farm?
Or will you go tour other areas?
How did you first learn about the Eco Farm?
Is this a packaged tour arranged by the Eco Farm?
Or can you go explore the country on your own whenever you want?
What kind of transportation will you have?

If you plan to explore some of the rural or less traveled areas, keep in mind that the countryside contains many hidden explosives. During the Vietnam War, nearly 2 million tons of bombs, cluster bombs were dropped on Laos. Many remain buried and unexploded. Many land mines are still found on Laos. Many of these explode when discovered by farmers, children and villagers, killing or maiming them. Laos is considered one of the most heavily bombed countries in the world.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unexploded_ordnance#Laos

That doesn't mean no place is safe in Laos. Laos is an interesting country, but you should use common sense when thinking about exploring the countryside on your own.

On the downside, for people who have never been to Laos before, it can get pretty boring after a while. As mentioned by others, language can be a problem when speaking with locals in non-touristed areas. Language in Laos is similar to, but not quite the same as Thai. It's not unusual to catch a ride on cheap buses, crammed with boxes and people transporting live poultry and other farm animals. It's also not unusual to go to fresh market places and see kids peeing near the produce.

If you're looking for more variety, with less hassle during your holiday, then you should consider visiting Thailand. There's a lot of interesting things to see and do there, and you won't always feel like you're in some remote part of the universe. Thailand is a mix of old and new. Plenty of modern things you'll recognize, but plenty of dazzling historical structures as well. Just exploring Bangkok can take quite a bit of time, and still not see it all. Transportation is very crowded and busy, especially in the larger cities, but can get you to wherever you want to go. It's not terribly far to get to beaches in Thailand (Laos has no beaches), or travel to the hilly mountainous North like Chiang Mai.
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Old 02-01-2018, 09:23 PM
 
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This place, Namkhan Eco Farm - talk about obscure! Hmmmm - I hope you aren't one of those that come in here pretending to be a tourist but actually promoting the place in disguise (and from your grammer it appears English is not your first language). If that's so, the place will be associated with spammers and you can expect a ban and likely people will say nasty things about this place elsewhere.

Anyways after a quick look at the website, it seems interesting but this place appears to encourage volunteer tourism - those that will actually want to work there as part of their vacation. Which is admirable if that is your intention.

Anyways with S.E. Asia my recommendation will always be Thailand or Vietnam because the tourism infrastructure is much better developed and they really are beautiful countries. Laos it might be a bit more difficult to get around, there might be language issues and logistics issue. Have you ever been to SE Asia?
Not only Namkhan Eco farm, Laos is an extremely little nation where you can discover social legacy (eg Luang Prabang), nature (eg Tat Kuang Si Falls or characteristic stores) and beautiful minorities

Ventiane
tree-fixed earth streets finish with quiet sanctuaries and loose occupants.
In the core of Ventiane you will discover Patuxai
At that point something religious as Pha That Luang
25 km from Ventiane there is a Buddha Park which is extremely captivating

At that point you can go to Luang Prabang which is astonishing

Luang Prabang is in the Unesco World Heritage List.
Luang Prabang is an extraordinary case of a compositional gathering worked throughout the hundreds of years consolidating advanced engineering of religious structures, vernacular developments and pioneer structures.
Here you can discover the Wat Hosian Voravihane or the Wat Xieng Thong
On Phuo Si Hill the sleeping buddha
Near Luang Prabang there are the Kuang Si Falls which are really relaxing.

Mind your language and please don,t said me spammer.
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