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From what we perceive to be the peninsular of Luang Prabang, created by the confluence of the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers, it makes for easy walking as we just kept the water to the left, (in most places nice wide paths). The river isn't...More
Nam Khan River itself is unspectacular. The thrill is to cross the rickety bamboo bridge that looks like it is going to be washed away anytime. Indeed, it is washed away every rainy season and needs to be rebuilt.
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The Nam Khan River is a major tributary of the Mekong that feeds into the larger river at Luang Prabang. Great views of the river from restaurants and guesthouses along the banks. The confluence of the two rivers is best viewed from the Viewpoint Cafe,...More