With disaster management efforts just now underway, the Plain of Jars is an important example of safeguarding World Heritage.
The World Heritage site in Laos is endangered by mega-projects and Mekong dams.
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Wat Phou is the oldest temple in Laos, once the center of Hinduism, worshiping the god Shiva.
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THE mystical archeological location known as the ‘Plain of Jars’ in the Xieng Khuang province received official certification as a World Heritage site recently.
Unesco officials recently added 29 sites to the collection of World Heritage Sites.
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The mysterious ‘Plain of Jars’ in Laos has long been a source of fascination to archaeologists and is now revealing more of its grisly secrets.
Three sites from Southeast Asia were added into the Unesco World Heritage list earlier this month at the World Heritage Committee meeting in Azerbaijan earlier this month – The Plain of Jars in Laos, Bagan in Myanmar, and the Ombilin Coal Mining Heritage of Sawahlunto in Indonesia. Here’s a news roundup…
Mayor of Xieng Khuang province, Laos, Bounton Chanthaphone has called for both domestic and foreign investors to develop tourism in the province to tap into the Plain of Jars, which was named a World Heritage site by UNESCO earlier this month.
During its 43rd session in Baku, capital of Azerbaijan, the United Nation…
The mysterious ‘Plain of Jars’ in Laos remains one of the enigmatic ancient sites in the world – but researchers are now beginning to unlock some of its secrets. The thousands of strange stone jars found in the mountains and plains of upper Laos – recently listed as a UNESCO World Heritage protected site – …
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The Plain of Jars, a megalithic archaeological landscape in Xiangkhoang Plateau, northeastern Laos, has been named as a new World Heritage site by UNESCO.
Heading to Luang Prabang in Laos? Great! Thers’s so much stuff to see and do there! Here’s Steph’s pick of the bunch – the top 17 things to do in Luang Prabang.