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4000 islands don det to Siem Reap

Mekong Island & Irrawaddy Dolphins South of Khong Island (the largest in Laos) is the four Thousand Islands, or Si Phan Done in Lao. This area of extraordinary beauty is known for its fine food-especially fish dishes-distinct temple architecture and warm hospitality. On Don Det and Don Khon, remnants of an early 20th century railway .

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