Archive for June, 2014

Boun Neua / Laos

Posted in Latest of Asienreisender, Places with tags , , , , , on June 29, 2014 by Thim Kwai

Boun Neua, a tiny village in the very north of Laos (Phongsali Province) is for most travellers merely a bus stop on the way between Phongsali and Oudomxai. However, it’s worth to stay here for a day or two to experience village life and to do some trekking in the mountainous surroundings.

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Phongsali / Laos

Posted in Latest of Asienreisender, Places with tags , , , , , , , , on June 28, 2014 by Thim Kwai

Phongsali is Laos’ northernmost province and a province capital as well. Situated in a mountainous surrounding it’s very similar to the landscapes of the neighbouring Chinese province Yunnan. The people of Phongsali are mostly hill tribes and their architecture is unique and luckily wasn’t destroyed in the American Vietnam War. Since Phongsali is a ‘dead end’ in travelling, means there is no borderpassing for foreigners to China possible, few international tourists take the exertions to come here…

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Mangrove Forests

Posted in Landscapes, Latest of Asienreisender with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 26, 2014 by Thim Kwai

Mangrove is a general term for dozends of different trees and bushes who specialized on swampy, saline grounds in tropical and subtropical regions of the earth. They offer a vast habitat for a lot of fish and other species to live and breed in. However, mangrove forests are under attack. Industrialization and urbanization threaten the biotopes heavily. When they are removed, the coasts loose not only much of their biodiversity, but also protection from floods and tsunamis.

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Rabbit Island / Koh Tonsay / Cambodia

Posted in Landscapes, Latest of Asienreisender with tags , , , , , on June 25, 2014 by Thim Kwai

Rabbit Island (also: Koh Tonsay) is one of the few touristic Cambodian islands. It’s an easy trip from Kep to Rabbit Island by boat and, over the week, a calm place to relax in the nature, to swim and snorkel and to enjoy the surrounding nature.

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