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Laos

The Peoples’ Democratic Republic of Laos is located in the Center of Indochina, sharing borders with China to the North 416 kilometers, Myanmar to Northwest 236 kilometers, Thailand to the West 1,835 kilometers, Cambodia to the South 492 kilometers and Vietnam to the East 1,957 kilometers With a total area of 236,800 square kilometers, around 70% of Laos' terrain is mountainous, reaching a maximum elevation of 2,820 meters in Xieng-Khouang Province. Rough mountains, in particular, dominate the landscapes of northern Laos and the regions adjacent to Vietnam. The Mekong River is the main geographical feature in the West and, in fact, forms a natural border with Thailand in some areas. The Mekong flows through nearly 1,900 kilometers of Lao territory and shapes much of the lifestyle of the people of Laos. In the South the Mekong reaches a breadth of 20 kilometers, creating an area with thousands of islands.

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Culture 

Lao people are frank, open and friendly, and they possess a strongly developed sense of courtesy and respect. Everyone who adheres to the latter will receive a warm welcome. The generally accepted form of greeting among Lao people is the Nop. Placing one’s palms together in a position of praying at chest level, but not touching the body performs it. The higher the hands, the greater the sign of respect. Nonetheless, the hands should not be held above the level of the nose. The Nop is accompanied by a slight bow to show respect to persons of higher status and age. It is also used as an expression of thanks, regret or saying good-bye. But with western people it is acceptable to shake hands. Feet form the inferior part of the body (as much spiritually as physically). You must never indicate or touch another person or object with your foot.
  



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