Vientiane Mekong Riverside Park, as its name implies, is near the Mekong River, but it is actually a little far from the Mekong River, because it is separated from the Mekong River by a highway and a large area of weeds. There are statues of the Mekong in the park. The park is not big. In fact, there are some statues with the green belt along the Pearl River in Guangzhou. Some visitors come inside to enjoy the cool and take pictures. This Park was built with the help of Korea and Laos is a small country, but so many countries help her, which shows that this country is good. Opposite the Mekong River is the presidential palace.
1.Vientiane is not like the capital of a country at all, just look at the night view of the park, how like a busy night market in a tourist town; 2.At night, the whole river embankment is full of snacks, clothes and mobile phone accessories, and the price of the domestic price is also OK; 3.The night market stretches for more than 1 kilometer, which is a good place to walk around at night.
In the morning, the Oriental will take us straight to the Mekong River according to our pictures. When we arrive, the night will disperse. The morning of Vientiane seems to be pushed out in an instant. Riverside Avenue on the Mekong River bank is straight and spacious, and there are no cars to drive. Some people who run or ride bicycles are very happy to be here. Among these exercises, the local people still account for a large proportion. It seems that the local people also attach great importance to exercise. Located in the middle of Riverside Avenue is a square with many flagpoles flying the Lao flag and the ruling party's flag. These two flags hang in the doorway of many houses in Laos, which is also a very unique cultural landscape. Standing on the square and looking at the nearby Mekong River, at this time, because it is dry season, the shallow shoals of most of the Mekong River's riverbed are exposed, in order to see the Mekong River's flowing channel clearly from a distance. Across the Mekong River is Thailand's territory. As the capital of a country, it is rare in the world that the city can reach its neighbours so easily. Follow the Riverside Avenue until you come to the Statue Square of King Chao Anufeng behind the presidential palace, which is also a very beautiful riverside square with a very green landscape. The tall statue of the king stands on the stone base which should be the center of the newly built round platform. The round platform and the stone base are carved with various Buddhist patterns. The golden yellow with white is more novel. The King, with his hat on his head, sword in his left hand, and right finger moving forward on the Mekong River, seemed to be demanding land from war like Thailand opposite him. Based on what we learned from this trip, the king seems to be the last monarch of Laos during the Lancang Kingdom. When the king who had built the most prosperous period of the Lancang Kingdom collapsed, the fierce struggle for the throne came unexpectedly. As a result, the once prosperous Lancang Kingdom was divided into three countries, namely, in 1707, it was divided into Luang Prabang Kingdom and Vientiane Kingdom. Later, in 1713, the Lancang Kingdom established a new Kingdom of Zhanbasai. Nevertheless, the internal strife in the Lancang Kingdom never stopped at that time, and finally was forced to become a dependency of Siam (Thailand). It seems that all national disasters begin with internal strife.
It doesn't cost any money to provide a place with green vegetation for citizens to take a walk. Say the river embankment, in fact, there are no rivers at all, many of them have dried up. The roadside is selling snacks, the park is the most eggs, Laos national flower. Those selling souvenirs are pictures of successive Lao presidents. Across the park was a desert area.
Laos is not big, Vientiane is not big, the Mekong River is the mother river here, how can we not go to the Mekong River Park? The sunset of the Mekong River is beautiful, the protection of the statue of Laos against aggressors is of great significance standing there, busy night markets have food, buy, recommend.
A good place to watch the sunset. Eat dinner and watch the sunset. It's relaxing and relaxing. After dinner, walk along the river, cool breeze, go to the night market, and see the Lao people dance square dance, as if young people are in the majority, and the rhythm is fast and vigorous dance.
After visiting the Jade Buddha Temple in Arc de Triomphe in the daytime, you can turn around at night. On the Mekong River, the statue of the King is in the center. At night, many snacks are nearby. You can choose to try and walk along the river to the night markets of Chengdu and Laos.
The Mekong River crosses the Indian **** countries, which has always been the border between countries and the witness of their war. On the Lao side of the Mekong-Lao-Thai border, there is a riverside park in which statues record Laos'history of fighting against Thailand.