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In rural Yokohama, being invited to join residents’ Obon dance practice and then a group sing-along (with ukuleles!) to traditional songs – all outside under perfect cherry blossoms.Get In Touch
Enjoy a baguette with condensed milk washed down with a delicious Lao coffee — the French influence is still very visible throughout the country!
- When in Vientiane, stop by Wat Sisaket, believed to be the oldest temple in the city.
- Attend the That Luang Festival in November and enjoy entertainment, activities, and a candlelit procession.
- Enjoy the calm of Xieng Khuan, the “Buddha Park,” with an eclectic array of statuary along the Mekong.
- Stop in the Palace Museum in Luang Prabang for its intentional mix of Lao and French architecture.
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