Laos’s Incredible Plain of Jars – Through My Lens

Folks, today I am taking y’all to one of the most incredible, surprising and not so well known historic sites in the world. Laos’s ‘Plain of Jars’ is in fact three sites spotted around the countryside outside the small town of Phonsovan. The area has, in the past, been very dangerous as there were land mines all over the region. Over the years, they have been systematically located and removed. In all likeliness there are still some out there, but if you stick to the paths and follow your guide there’s nothing to worry about. The jars date back to as early as 1200 BC, and are thought to be burial chambers/graves of some sort. It’s a stunning place to visit. Here are some of my photos for you.

Advice for visiting the Plain of Jars

Thanks for popping by today! Take care – and May the Journey Never End!

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