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Our tour guide took us here to see the amazing views high up in the mountain with views of Laos, Myanmar & Thailand as well as the Mekong River. A must see. Local crafts if the area & restrooms as well
Where in the world can you see three countries in one day! Head north right to the boarder, however not just any old border.
This is where Myanmar, Laos and Thailand meet commonly knows as the golden triangle, in the far distance on a clear...More
Where in the world can you visit three countries all in one day? Well, not really three countries. This golden triangle has Myanmar to the north and Laos to the east and then Thailand. You can take a boat ride to Laos from here but...More
It was curiosity that took me here.Was not expecting much.On arrival we hire a local private launch Bt800 which took us near Burmese Casino river bank then docked at Laos
side.There was a small tourist trap/shopping site selling all the fakes.There are some interesting artifacts...More
No visit to Thailand would be complete with a visit to the Golden Triangle. The Opium Museum (Separate review) is a definate must visit to see the influence Great Britain had on the region with it's quest to control and the devastating effect the Opium...More
The history and anticipation of the Golden Triangle was awesome - a lawless opium black market and intersection of three countries at a river crossing just sounds cool. However, the time we spent here was mediocre. Our highlight was trying the infused whiskeys made there...More
It was one edge of Thailand area from which we could see both Lao n Myanmar side. Better take a boat ride with a tour guide on it so they could show you the spot of "no man's land" in the past, where people could...More
Went there in 2015. Situated on the banks of Mekong river originating from China, Myanmar and Laos on the other side and thailand on the other. A very unique experience to see the most expensive Casino of Laos from the boat and then going to...More
The views are of muddy river and there is not much to see in the town. We did not do the trip to Laos, but took many photos. It is worth seeing the three countries, if it suits you. My husband wanted to see it,...More