This is not a place to visit if you want peace and quiet. Lao families and friends share food, drink and conversation at the ... More
Hin Khana Waterfalls
This is not a place to visit if you want peace and quiet. Lao families and friends share food, drink and conversation at the water's edge. Children play happily in the shallow waters while teenagers check each other out at the deeper end of the swimming area. This is a perfect place to soak up the atmosphere of Lao people relaxing and enjoying themselves. Hawkers sell freshly cooked barbecue fish, sticky rice and papaya salad. Access to picnic tables, shelter, plenty of Lao beer and food, music and good cheer guarantee an afternoon to remember.
What are doing with no picture.Come on man whats is your problem. You are suppose to show a picture of the Hin Khana waterfalls.Come on na dat is something to talk a bout,but I ain't gonna stress dat jive.
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