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My Thoughts On Visiting Luang Prabang, Laos

Several days ago I shared my thoughts on visiting Siem Reap, Cambodia, which I enjoyed immensely. Angkor Wat was fascinating to see in person, the people were extremely friendly, and most things were cheap. The town of Siem Reap itself was reasonably nice, though frankly didn't really stand out to me much. It felt like many other secondary Southeast Asian cities. After Siem Reap we visited Luang Prabang in Laos where we are now.
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