Bridges Watercrossings

The following is a list of crossings of the Mekong River. The Mekong is a river in Southeast Asia. It is the world’s 12th-longest river and the 7th-longest in Asia. From the Tibetan Plateau, this river runs through China’s Yunnan province, Burma (Myanmar), Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam.

Ladies pulling large dugout canoe accross the river, personal service ferry for 10,000 kip
Ladies pulling large dugout canoe accross the river, personal service ferry for 10,000 kip
Nam Kong bridge for Motorcyce loggers! Ho Chi Minh Trail
Nam Kong bridge for Motorcyce loggers! Ho Chi Minh Trail
Road 10 bridge over the Nam Ngum, locals take a first look.
Road 10 bridge over the Nam Ngum, locals take a first look.
Trimaran bike ferry
Trimaran bike ferry
Nam Ngum bridge completed
Nam Ngum bridge completed
Bamboo bridge Boualapha district Southern Laos
Bamboo bridge Boualapha district Southern Laos

 

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Mekong river crossing at Thaduea

 

Full ferry Nam Moen river Central Laos
Full ferry Nam Moen river Central Laos

 

Nam Moen river ferry crossing
Nam Moen river ferry crossing

 

Mekong Ferry Houay Xai
Mekong Ferry Houay Xai

 

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Barge ferry Mounlapamok Chamapsak province

 

Houay Tok Lok suspension bridge in the Xepian protected area
Houay Tok Lok suspension bridge in the Xepian protected area

 

Houay Tok Lok suspension bridge Southern Laos
Houay Tok Lok suspension bridge Southern Laos

 

Xapian river crossing on 18 A Southern Laos
Xapian river crossing on 18 A Southern Laos

 

Xe Bangchieng river crossing
Xe Bangchieng river crossing

 

Xieng Kouang suspension bridge
Xieng Kouang suspension bridge

 

New suspension bridge over Nam Khain
New suspension bridge over Nam Khain

 

Nam Song toll bridge at Vang Vieng Laos
Nam Song toll bridge at Vang Vieng Laos

 

Dangerous crossing better to take your chances swimming
Dangerous crossing better to take your chances swimming

 

Carry accross Thasi Central Laos
Carry across Thasi Central Laos

 

Mekong ferry at Louangprabang Laos
Mekong ferry at Louangprabang Laos

 

Nam Phak suspension bridge at Moung Khoun on the Nam Ou river
Nam Phak suspension bridge at Moung Khoun on the Nam Ou river

 

Ferry ride Nam Ngum lake
Ferry ride Nam Ngum lake

 

Bamboo bridge M Paxia Louangprabang province
Bamboo bridge M Paxia Louangprabang province
Elegant bamboo bridge Moung Khoun district Northern Laos
Elegant bamboo bridge Moung Khoun district Northern Laos

 

Nam Phak suspension bridge
Nam Phak suspension bridge

 

Narrow suspension bridge
Narrow suspension bridge

 

 dangerous river crossing pole power through the rapiids

dangerous river crossing pole power through the rapiids

 

Nam Ou river at Ban Donkham
Nam Ou river at Ban Donkham

 

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Barge ferry Mounlapamok Chamapsak province

 

Stick bridge Kaluem district
Stick bridge Kaluem district

 

Nam Heung Ford and motorcycle bridge
Nam Heung Ford and motorcycle bridge

 

Just completed and opened Mekong bridge at Thadua
Just completed and opened Mekong bridge at Thadua
Car ferry Nam Ngum river Laos
Car ferry Nam Ngum river Laos

 

Motorcycle ferry with thatch roof
Motorcycle ferry with thatch roof
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Bridges Watercrossings

The following is a list of crossings of the Mekong River. The Mekong is a river in Southeast Asia. It is the world’s 12th-longest river and the 7th-longest in Asia. From the Tibetan Plateau, this river runs through China’s Yunnan province, Burma (Myanmar), Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam.              

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Ho Chi Minh Trail Ethnic Terieng Village

Lao People

Amazing scenes during our travels in rural Laos The Lao people or Laotians are a Tai ethnic group native to Southeast Asia, who speak the eponymous language of the Kra–Dai languages, originating from present-day southern China. They are the majority ethnic group of Laos, making up 53.2% of the total population. The majority of Lao

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Boat race festival

The Vientiane Boat Racing Festival is held every year, starting from the 15th day in the 11th month in lunar calendar. The actual race is held on the 16th day, with heats starting early in the morning. Over 20 dragon boats and rower/paddler teams line up for the race on the Mekong River. The entrants

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