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At the end of Cambodia

Steung Treng….Cold in the Colourful rain Coats

At the end of Cambodia, Loa Border

There is an interesting story about the border between Cambodia and Loas. There is a white or cooling area of 10 km, where Cambodia and Loas have not decided whom it should belong to. The left side of the road you can see in the picture is bare of big trees. It belongs to the Cambodian part. The appearance of the area shows that many trees were felled. The other side of the road (right, not in the picture) is full of bushes and big trees. The Loa part has asked the Cambodian government to take care of the right-sided trees. Ironically speaking, because of Loas, we can still have very beautiful trees all around the right side.

7 thoughts on “At the end of Cambodia

  1. That must be a cool trip. Thank you for sharing, i didnt know anything at all about the border area there. Anyway, it is very interesting to learn new thing today.

  2. Thank you for your comment and I hope that in the future, you can make time to go there :)…Let’s think of a plan for all the bloggers to go there and see for ourselves! 😀

  3. as i know, cambodian n lao border is within the road. it does not mean that we have to say thank to lao for keeping our forest or anything. it is their land! it is the right border. border does not mean that ur road is there.. n my road is here.. no.. we can use the same road if the border is within the road. I went there too. that was what my guide told me. the border is within the road. m vuthy lolzzz

  4. it is their land! it is the right border. border does not mean that ur road is there.. n my road is here.. no.. we can use the same road if the border is within the road. I went there too. that was what my guide told me. the border is within the road.

    Vutha, are you sure that it’s their land? As far as I know,it doesn’t belong to either Cambodia or Laos. Idon’t understand when you say the border is within the road. I really need more information about this…more explanation please…it’s in fact called a cooling area where Cambodia and Laos aren’t sure whom it belongs to!
    :)Thanks.

  5. hi, ur blog is cool. though its the 1st time to comment here, hehe.

    a cooling area! thats the 1st time i hear about that. hope someday i’ll be there.

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