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Phongsaly

Executive Summary, Phongsaly Province

Phongsaly is the northernmost Province of Laos. It borders China to the west and north, Vietnam to the east, Luang Prabang Province to the south, and Oudomxay Province to the southwest. Phongsaly has a total land area of 16,270 km2 (6,280 sq. mi.). Its total population of approximately 178,000 people is made up of more than twenty minority ethnic groups who speak their own languages. However, the biggest visual distinction between the groups is in the women’s dresses. Because of its geographical location, Phongsaly’s main culture is greatly influenced by China.

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Luangprabang

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Louangnamtha

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Huaphan

 Executive Summary, Houaphanh Province

The Land of Freedom is most beautiful during sunset. Splendid mountains and forests please our eyes. There are flowers everywhere. Their sweet aromas fill the air. All ethnicities enjoy dignity and equal rights…,” beloved Lao poet and songwriter Sisana Sisane began his popular song The Land of Freedom about Houaphanh Province this way.

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Udomxay

Executive Summary, Oudomxay Province

Oudomxay Province is in the heart of northern Laos. It borders China to the north, Phongsaly Province to the northeast, Luang Prabang Province to the east and southeast, Xayabouly Province to the south and southwest, Bokeo Province to the west, and Luang Namtha Province to the northwest. Covering an area of 15,370 km2 (5,930 sq. ml), the province’s topography is mountainous, between 300 and 1,800 metres (980-5,910 ft.) above sea level. Annual rain fall ranges from 1,900 to 2,600 millimetres (75-102 in.). The average winter temperature is 18 C, while during summer months the temperature can climb above 30 C.

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Xayyabouly

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Last update: 22 September 2017.