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Vang Vieng view from the former airport
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Vang Vieng is a tourism-oriented town in Laos, located in Vientiane Province about four hours bus ride north of the capital. The town lies on the Nam Song river. The most notable feature of the area is the karst hill landscape surrounding the town. This panoramic view has been shot from the former airport of the small town.

Copyright: Christian costeaux
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Uploaded: 18/10/2012
Updated: 06/11/2012
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Tags: vang vieng; laos; tourism; airport; mountains
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