Kop Aek, Laos
Located Halfway between the Golden Triangle and Luang Prabang the village of Kop Aek,which is populated by Lao,Khmu and Hmong tribes
Southeast Asia’s most sacred waterway. Known as the “Mae Nam Khong” to Laotians, or “The Mother of Water”, the upper Mekong slowly meanders through the unchanged local life and captivating riverscapes of charming Laos. It is this imposing river that the last ruler of the Kingdom of Vientiane, King Anouvong, would cross to fight for his realm’s independence against the oppressive Siam empire.