A tranquil river scene in Don Det, one of Laos’ Four Thousand Islands. Photo: Red Door News A tranquil river scene in Don Det, one of Laos’ Four Thousand Islands. Photo: Red Door News
A tranquil river scene in Don Det, one of Laos’ Four Thousand Islands. Photo: Red Door News

Laos’ Four Thousand Islands – a remote backpacker idyll that is as unspoilt as 1960s Thailand, for now

  • The Mekong river archipelago is all about kicking back in a hammock and finding your inner hippie
  • Often, people visit on their way somewhere else, only to find Si Phan Don was what they were looking for all along

Topic |   Asia travel
A tranquil river scene in Don Det, one of Laos’ Four Thousand Islands. Photo: Red Door News A tranquil river scene in Don Det, one of Laos’ Four Thousand Islands. Photo: Red Door News
A tranquil river scene in Don Det, one of Laos’ Four Thousand Islands. Photo: Red Door News
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