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|Vientiane Wattay International Airport, Laos, (VTE/VLVT)||09/11/2005||808|
|The East West road is the route 9 from Thailand to Vietnam. From this viewpoint to the east it is just 40 km to the Vietnamese border, where the De-Militarized-Zone (17th paralell) was. The Ho-Chi-Minh trail started from North Vietnam into Laos, crossed the road #9 at Xepone and moved south on a network of paths through Laos and Cambodia into South Vietnam. This smalltown received more tons of ...||07/30/2005||947|
|Paradise Casino & Hotel at the Golden Triangle, at the border between Thailand, Laos and Myanmar.|
Paradise Casino & Hotel am Goldenen Dreieck, an der Grenze zwischen Thailand, Laos und Myanmar.
|Khmer temple in Laos, older than Angkor Wat||02/24/2006||516|
|The largest island on the Mekong River, Laos.||02/24/2006||523|
|Mekong River border between Thailand and Laos||08/27/2006||435|
|the infamous secret CIA air base better know as Lima Site 20A (or Alternate) where tens of thousands of hmong are recruited to fight the spread of communisim in southeast asia during the Vietnam War. It was a city turned modern overnight and served as a major hub throughout the war. if you zoom out, just northeast you will see a section in high resolution. Plain of Jars. Look closely and you wi...||07/26/2006||2,043|
|Hobo Maps are some of the best available Maps for Cities in Laos and Thailand. The Maps are available at http://www.hobomaps.com|
As the google earth data is very rough for the Luang Prabang this maps overlay provides a better overview
|The so-called Golden Triangle marks the border-triangle between Thailand, Laos and Myanmar (Burma) on the Mekhong River. The name is also used to described the region, which was once (in)famous for being the world´s main production area for poppies whose substances are subsequently refined into opium and heroin. It is now surpassed by Afghanistan which produces 90% of the world´s opium.||09/11/2005||458|
|The Thai–Lao Friendship Bridge (Thai Saphan Mittaphap Thai-Lao) is a bridge over the river Mekong, connecting the provinces of Nong Khai in Thailand and Vientiane in Laos. Opened on April 8, 1994, it was the first bridge crossing the lower Mekong, and the second on the full course of the Mekong.||02/26/2006||527|
|The airport is named for the historic city of Carthage, located just north of the airport.|
IATA Airport Code TUN.
|It was in May 2001 that work on airfield refurbishment, modernisation and restyling began. It was hardly seven months later, in November of the same year, that Le Castellet Airport became an upmarket international business airport and the No. 2 airport of the Var. A veritable record!|