These farmers are cutting grass for buffalo feed. Dairy is a whole new industry in Southeast Asia.
Once you go to this market, you won't want to eat anywhere else in Luang Prabang again.
Some see participating in this ceremony as a way of connecting with the local culture. Others think tourists are ruining an ancient tradition.
These ponies were going to be sold for meat. Now they’re being used to teach kids about environmental awareness.
Breaking down language barriers helps build up communities. I tagged along with Ansan University during their visit to an elementary school in Laos.
Chang Cave used to be used as a bunker by locals hiding from marauding Chinese gangs. Now it's a peaceful place for swimming and meditating.
Smothered in butter and doused in your choice of Nutella, condensed milk, coconut powder or all three. IHOP, these locals are giving you a run for your money.
There's a highway that leads straight there, but where's the fun in that?
Walked three miles through rural Vang Vieng to find the famed Organic Farm that's home to what I think are the world's happiest goats.
Lao people keep it fresh. I joined them at the garden and the market to find out the secret behind their bamboo shoot soup.