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The #Mekong River is 13th longest river in the world, with a #Geography carving its way through the mountainous Tibetan Plateau in southern China and the border regions of Mynamar, Thailand and Laos, until the delta of the Mekong River flows through Cambodia and Vietnam into the South China Sea. The river bears an incredible importance for the 60.000.000 people which live along its banks, since the sediments from the Himalayas pour nutrients into the rice bowl of Asia, the Mekong Delta, which feeds hundreds of millions of people. In recent decades, the Mekong River has also been a cause for geopolitical regions in South East Asia, since more and more countries want to control its flow with hydropower plants. These issues, the geography of the course of the river and more will be covered in this video. If you like the video, make sure to subscribe and leave a like, to not miss future uploads about the rivers of this world, and other fascinating geography topics. Cheers Music: Fat Man - Yung Logos Believe (Instrumental) - NEFFEX In Memory of Jean Talon - The Mini Vandals
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The floating market in Vietnam, where goods are traded from boat to boat, has been going on for a thousand years. However, times are changing. Barry Petersen takes a tour of the time-worn tradition that now faces competition from air-conditioned supermarkets.
The Mekong river is one of the most important rivers in Asia, and is home to a diverse range of plant and animal life. This video showcases the beauty of the river and its surroundings, while also highlighting the importance of preserving this natural wonder. Watch the video to learn more about the Mekong river and what we can do to protect it. Subscribe for more interesting facts: 🤍 Time Stamps: 0:00 - Intro 0:15 - Mekong river source 0:35 - Mekong river discharge 0:44 - Mekong river history 0:54 - Mekong river human activity 1:03 - Mekong river diversity 1:24 - New Species Discovered 1:53 - Mekong river pollution 2:02 - Mekong river endangered species 2:19 - Mekong river fishery Audio voiceover: IBM Watson TTS watch our most recent videos: 🤍 More Videos: Amur River Facts: 🤍 Mystery Behind Crooked Forest:🤍 Daintree Rainforest Facts: 🤍 Coffee Waste in Reforestation: 🤍 Danube River Facts: 🤍 History Of Rhode Island: 🤍 Crater Lake Facts: 🤍 Sea Of Okhotsk Facts: 🤍 Pictures & Visuals Credits: 🤍 Stock Footage provided by Frameangel, from Pond5 a href="🤍 Footage/a provided by Frameangel, from a href="🤍 Stock Footage provided by CinematicStockVideo, from Pond5 a href="🤍 Footage/a provided by CinematicStockVideo, from a href="🤍 🤍 Thomas Brown, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons Pareas geminatus - Phu Hin Rong Kla NP 🤍 Like & Subscribe for more facts: 🤍 #Mekongriver #kwikfacts #Interestingfacts Thank you for watching the video! Social media Links: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍
The Mekong is one of the largest rivers in the world, beginning in China and flowing through Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia. Nearly 70 million people in Asia are dependent on its waters for fishing or to irrigate their rice fields. But this watery giant is threatened due to the dredging of its sand, which is wreaking havoc on the ecosystem. Our colleagues from France 2 report, with FRANCE 24's Camille Nedelec and James Mulholland. 🤍 🔔 Subscribe to France 24 now: 🤍 🔴 LIVE - Watch FRANCE 24 English 24/7 here: 🤍 🌍 Read the latest International News and Top Stories: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Discover the news in pictures on Instagram: 🤍
SUBSCRIBE! 🤍 Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! FULL DOCUMENTARIES | 🤍 00: 15 This is the story of the Mekong river, as it crosses the countries of south-east Asia, a region full of legends and forgotten cities, lost empires whose remains have survived to the present day, and tribes hidden in the depths of the jungle. But it is also a land scarred by the horrors of human savagery. 05:48 The 5th of February the women are preparing the rice, in order to celebrate the new year. Then, they prepare special cakes and rice liqueur. They dye the rice red, green and yellow. Every home prepares this three-coloured rice, which will be offered to the family spirits. 08:39 In the afternoon, the men get together to play Delo, a game so ancient not even the players themselves know its origins. They only play Delo twice a year, during the new year celebrations, and when the first rice harvest is in. 11:28 60% of Laotians practice Theravada Buddhism, which was apparently introduced into the country at the end of the eighteenth century. 12:40 As the Mekong enters Laos, the first city it encounters is Luangprabang. It stands at an altitude of 700 metres, and is only now starting to come back to life, and entering the modern world, after several decades of wars and revolutions. 13:38 The Wats, or centres of prayer, are the most exquisite, refined architecture of Laos. Here, the young monks begin their Buddhist education, are taught to live in accordance with their monastic vows, to pray and meditate. Buddhism, more than a religion, is a philosophy or a path whose final and only aim to reach Nirvana, the negation of all causes of suffering, dissatisfaction and illness. 16:58 After crossing the territory of Laos, the waters of the Mekong enter a country plagued by violence and poverty, Cambodia.This is Angkor, "the city of the sleeping forest", one of the most incredible architectural monuments on earth. 18:03 However, the origin of Angkor remains veiled in mystery. The only references we have come from the accounts of Chinese and Indian travellers, and the few surviving stone inscriptions. These inscriptions contain constant references to the worship of water. 22:08 In 1975, Saloth Sar, better known as Pol Pot, plunged his country into the most profound hell. While neighbouring Vietnam was fighting a bloody struggle against the American invader, Pol Pot founded the clandestine Kampuchea Workers Party, a movement first planned in the 1950s in the classrooms of the Sorbonne university in Paris, where Pol Pot had been given a grant to study. In 1965, on a visit to China at the start of the Cultural Revolution, Pol Pot discovered radical politics. 30:42 On the fifteenth of April, 1998, Pol Pot died at the age of 70, in a small shack in the jungle of Thailand, where he had taken refuge along with the last Khmers Rouges. His death came at a very opportune moment. Bill Clinton had begun legal proceedings to have him captured brought to trial. 31:13 Physically at least, the survivors have overcome the horror of those years, but they still bear profound psychological scars. People literally paralysed by fear, family violence, juvenile delinquency, alcoholism and drugs these are just some of the terrible legacies of that bloody régime. But, hidden beneath the ground, throughout Cambodia, there remains yet another tragedy, which has already mutilated 35,000 people, two decades after the wars. Between 7 and 9 million anti-personnel mines still lie in waiting, for the next victim, and every day, ten more names are added to the terrible list of victims. 35:03 Enrique Figaredo is a jesuit from Asturias, in the north of Spain, and for eight years has been the head of the "Casa de las Palomas Blancas" (The House of the White Doves), a professional training school specialised in the manufacture of wheelchairs, and which is known as one of the best in the country. Every week, he and sister Kampat travel round the villages of Cambodia, giving wheelchairs to those who most need them. 39:04 Our journey along the Mekong is coming to an end. Before flowing into the China Sea, in Vietnam, the river forms an extensive and complex delta, known as The Nine Dragons. A network of 5,000 kilometres of natural and artificial canals carries the waters to the rice fields. Cantho is the largest city in the delta. It's small in size, but with a large population. SUBSCRIBE | 🤍 FULL DOCUMENTARIES | 🤍 CULTURE DOCUMENTARIES | 🤍 FACEBOOK | 🤍 TWITTER | 🤍 TUMBLR | 🤍
* Chúng tôi đã cung cấp phụ đề tiếng Việt - We have provided Vietnamese subtitles 😊 In this video of Living the Jo Life, we go on a day trip to the Mekong River Delta in Vietnam. After a 2-hour drive from Saigon, we embarked on a bike tour through enchanting coconut and banana plantations. We cruised down narrow paths that revealed the vibrant local life. Along the way, we stopped at a bustling local market, where we indulged in the flavors of Vietnam's exotic fruits. Our journey continued as we ventured to a pomelo farm, where we discovered the secrets behind this delicious citrus fruit, and the hard work that goes into its cultivation. Along the bike ride, we stopped at a local restaurant, where we were served some delicious local Vietnamese food. A highlight awaited us at the Mekong River itself, where we hopped on a charming horse carriage that took us to a boat, ready to ferry us to a island in the middle of the river. On the island, we went on a small canoe, navigating through the narrow waterways, surrounded by magnificent water coconut palms, before heading back to the mainland around sunset for our drive back to Saigon. We can definitely recommend this tour. Thank you to VN Bike Tour for this amazing tour. Link to their website: 🤍
In today's video in beautiful Laos, we take a two-day river cruise down the Mekong River and arrive in one of our favorite towns, Luang Prabang. Laos is a beautiful country located in Southeast Asia, known for its stunning landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and warm hospitality. Here are some reasons why we love Laos: Natural beauty: Laos is home to breathtaking natural landscapes, including lush mountains, cascading waterfalls, serene rivers, and scenic rice fields. Places like Luang Prabang, Vang Vieng, and the Bolaven Plateau offer stunning views and opportunities for outdoor activities. Cultural heritage: Laos has a unique and vibrant culture deeply influenced by Buddhism. The country is dotted with ornate Buddhist temples, and the daily ritual of giving alms to monks is a sight to behold. Traditional festivals, such as Boun Pi Mai (Lao New Year) and Boun Ok Phansa (end of Buddhist Lent), showcase the country's rich traditions. Slow-paced lifestyle: Laos is often described as a laid-back and relaxed destination. The slow-paced lifestyle allows visitors to unwind and immerse themselves in the tranquility of the surroundings. The locals are known for their friendliness and welcoming nature, adding to the overall charm of the country. Adventure and outdoor activities: Laos offers a range of adventurous activities for those seeking excitement. Trekking through remote villages, kayaking along the Mekong River, exploring limestone caves, and zip-lining through dense forests are just a few examples of the thrilling experiences available. Culinary delights: Lao cuisine is diverse and flavorful, with influences from neighboring countries like Thailand, Vietnam, and China. From delicious noodle soups like khao soi to spicy papaya salads (tam mak hoong) and sticky rice (khao niao), Lao food offers a unique culinary experience. Video # 115 ▶️ We started our channel to inspire and share our world travel lifestyle, adventures, and optimistic outlook on life with others. After completing a two-year journey in our Airstream to see all 50 states and 51 National Parks, we left to travel abroad. We have downsized our possessions and sold our home so that we can wander about with only the things in our backpacks. We love living on the road, traveling each week to a new location. We plan to travel extensively to every part of the world. Ours is not a slow travel lifestyle but rather a vagabondish one. The goal is not to check a country off a list, but to experience it by meeting new people, seeing how others live, and making new friends. We believe in laughing, loving, and living our lives to the fullest. We are working hard to build a beautiful website where you can get travel information about the places we have been. In addition, we post blog articles to help you travel better. Our channel is a way of augmenting that effort, so sometimes we post videos about how to travel or a vlog showing our lives on the road as we do an activity or an adventure. We also post Shorts, so check those out, too. We hope to entertain you, but most importantly, we want to inspire you and give you the confidence to plan your own adventure around the world. We invite you to subscribe and comment. We also hope you follow the link to our website and sign up for our newsletter. It's a great way to keep up-to-date with our travels. ◀️ 🤍RetirementTravelers ⭐️OUR WEBSITE: 🤍 ⭐️OUR NEWSLETTER: 🤍 ⭐️OUR TRAVEL STORE: 🤍 😎 Send us a note or comment on our other channels, too! Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 #laos #laostravel #visitlaos #worldtravel #worldtravelvlog #worldtraveler #retirementtravelers #travelcouples #luangprabang #southeastasia #mekongontour #rivercruises Retirement Travelers is a registered trademark. All rights reserved.
Sign up for an annual CuriosityStream subscription and also get a free Nebula subscription (the new streaming platform built by creators) here: 🤍 The Mekong River as we know it is being destroyed! Unfortunately poor river management and an excessive amount of Hydro Electric Dams are lowering the Mekong River to record lows. If Chinese river management does not improve soon, it could be the end of the Mekong as we know it. Thanks for checking out RealLifeLore2! The world is such an amazing place that offers so much to explore. Check out the rest of my videos related that dive into an array of interesting topics in the areas of Engineering, Science, Technology, and more. Subscribe to Real Life Lore 2 for more videos like this one! Animations courtesy of Vincent de Langen
Discover the 4 essential things you need to know about a Mekong River cruise through Vietnam and Cambodia. I was invited by CroisiEurope to cruise on the Indochine II between Ho Chi Minh City and Siem Reap on a classic Mekong River cruise itinerary. Along the way I discovered four things that I think anyone interested in, or considering doing, a Mekong River cruise needs to know. I explore what the river is, where it goes, best times to go, the main experiences and sights and what you can expect from a Mekong river cruise ship and on-board experience. Note: CroisiEurope sponsored my Mekong River cruise and I travelled as their guest. Find out more about their Mekong River cruises at 🤍 Gary Bembridge's Tips For Travellers aims to help you make more of your precious travel time and money on land and when cruising the oceans or rivers of the world. To help you, in every video I draw on my first-hand tips and advice from travelling every month for over 20 years and 77 cruises at time of making this video. Follow Tips For Travellers on: - Instagram: 🤍 - Facebook: 🤍 - Twitter: 🤍 #MekongRiverCruise #RiverCruiseTips #MekongCruiseTips #CroisiEurope #GaryBembridge #TipsForTravellers
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The Mekong is known as the mother of all rivers. It feeds more than 80 million farmers and fishermen across its trans-national length. But tensions are rising with the construction of a series of Chinese funded dams upstream, with some suggest, are causing draughts and dwindling fishing catches for downstream communities. We traverse Cambodia to understand the needs of fast growing economy which expects an 80 percent in electric demand over the next 20 years. What impact will this development have on the environment and water security in the region? On this journey, we also meet communities displaced by these dams. As climate change forces people to choose between protecting nature or their own economic survival, what is the future Mekong's river communities? And will technological solutions be implemented quickly before it is too late for riverine communities? Continue watching Once Upon A River: 🤍 = About Once Upon A River: In this three-part series, we discover historical ties between communities and with some of the most critical waterways in Asia. #CNAInsider #OnceUponARiverCNA #Asia #Cambodia #Mekong For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER! 🤍 Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍
Mekong the Mother is part of the Mekong River Commission's on-going campaign to increase awareness of Mekong issues and the need for strong regional cooperation in order to manage natural resources for the population of 60 million living in the Mekong River Basin.
Mega dams in China on the Mekong river have affected the flow of water along the river downstream into Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. The dams have also affected fish life and the flow of sediments, contributing to the collapse of river banks and the destruction of communities that rely on the water for their livelihood. And now, China is planning to build the world’s biggest dam on what’s known in India as River Brahmaputra which flows through Tibet, Bangladesh and India. What impact will that have on these states? Will the dams be used as a political tool to gain more concessions from these states? What are the ramifications for the people whose lives depend on the river? For greater INSIGHT into issues affecting Asia: 🤍 = ABOUT THE SHOW: Insight investigates and analyses topical issues that impact Asia and the rest of the world. #CNAInsider #CNAInsiderInvestigates #China #Dams #Mekong For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER 🤍 Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍
As part of its quest for carbon neutrality by 2060, China is planning to build the world’s biggest dam for a hydropower project on the Yarlung Tsango, or the Brahmaputra as it’s known in India. The river flows through Tibet, China, Bangladesh and India,. But there are grave worries about the mega dam’s detrimental environmental impact, and how it might affect the downstream communities. The story of the Mekong river presents a cautionary precedent. Since 1995, China has built 11 dams upstream of the Mekong which runs through China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. Over 60 million people depend on the river for a livelihood, and its fish biodiversity is second only to the Amazon. However, the dams trap nutrient-rich sediment, depriving farmland and fisheries downstream. The alteration of the river’s natural flow and unusual water level fluctuations have also played havoc on the ecosystem and livelihoods of human communities. Fish sizes and fish populations have shrunk; some species are reportedly also disappearing from the Mekong. Watch the full #Insight episode: China's Mega Dams: The Threat To Asia's River Communities: 🤍 Also watch: War For Water: What Happens When Asia's Rivers Dry Up?: 🤍 Is Cambodia's Thirst For Energy Destroying The Mekong River?: 🤍 Bangladesh's Battle With Water: Can It Save Its Climate Refugees? | 🤍 Goliath Vs David? China & Fisherfolks Of The Philippines And Vietnam 🤍 Is Rising India A Threat To China? 🤍 For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER! 🤍 Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍
What’s the best way to travel from Thailand to Laos? Going on a Mekong River cruise, of course! Today we show you how to get from Chiang Rai, Thailand to Luang Prabang, Laos via the scenic route. To start, we took the local bus from Chiang Rai to Chiang Khong, where we then stayed overnight before our big journey down the mighty Mekong River. We highly recommend the Fortune River View Hotel in Chiang Khong. From there, we did a land border crossing from Thailand to Laos across the Friendship Bridge. This process was super easy and handled perfectly by our Mekong River cruise tour guide. We booked our luxury Mekong River cruise with Nagi of Mekong, taking the slow boat from Huay Xai to Luang Prabang, Laos. This river cruise was the highlight of our trip in southeast asia and one of the most relaxing and peaceful vacations you can take! We stopped along the Mekong River at a small Laos village to meet some locals before heading on to Pak Beng, Laos where we stayed overnight at the gorgeous Le Grand Pakbeng hotel. This place totally spoiled and surprised us with a river view villa overlooking the beautiful Mekong River and surrounding mountains! In our next video, we’ll pack up and cruise down the Mekong again to finish the journey from Chiang Rai, Thailand to Luang Prabang, Laos. We hope you enjoy our Laos travel vlog and, as always, we’ll see you in our next video as we Keep Going Places! Be sure to SUBSCRIBE, LIKE and leave us a COMMENT if you enjoyed this video! Filmed February 2020 Nagi of Mekong River Cruise Tour: 🤍 WHERE WE STAYED IN CHIANG RAI: Happynest Hostel: 🤍 WHERE WE STAYED IN CHIANG KHONG: Fortune River View Hotel: 🤍 WHERE WE STAYED IN PAKBENG: Le Grand Pakbeng Hotel & Resort: 🤍 FOLLOW US LIVE ON INSTAGRAM: 🤍thatgirlisgoingplaces 🤍
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Today we are taking a Mekong River cruise for two days to Luang Prabang, Laos! We started our journey in Chiang Rai, Thailand. Then we took a bus to Chiang Khong, Thailand where we stayed one night before crossing the border to Laos. The border crossing was very easy and organized by our tour guide. We then boarded our two day slow boat cruise down the Mekong River. We enjoyed slowly cruising and watching life along the river. After a few hours, we were served a delicious buffet lunch with options for everyone. We then arrived to a local village and tried their homemade rice whiskey. After visiting the village our cruise continued down the river until we arrived to Pak Beng to stay the night. Our room had an amazing room overlooking the river and surrounding mountains. We booked our tour with Nagi of Mekong and absolutely loved it! If you are considering a cruise down the Mekong River we highly recommend Nagi of Mekong: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 The best way to support us is to like this video, give it a 'thumbs up' and leave us a comment down below! We love hearing from you guys! 💜 Another way to support us is by buying us a coffee! Buying us a coffee supports us and helps us keep creating. It means the world that you would want to help us with our creative pursuits and we truly appreciate it. We hope we can keep you entertained!! Cheers! 🤍 Sammy and Tommy Episode 087 | Chiang Rai, Thailand #Thailand #ChiangRaiThailand #TravelThailand #MekongRiver #Loas #LuangPrabang Follow us on Instagram 🤍 00:00 Intro 02:00 Travel to Chiang Khong 03:15 Chiang Khong 06:40 Border Crossing 07:50 Cruising 09:35 Lunch 12:00 Village 16:50 Pak Beng 17:50 Dinner
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In the North West of Vietnam, the Quan Hoa mountains. It is one of the poorest and most isolated regions of Vietnam. Here, the majority of peasants survive on less than a dollar a day. However, this province has an inexhaustible wealth, bamboo ... Vietnam's green gold. Some of these bamboos are transported by raft ... A makeshift boat, assembled in a few hours, sets off on the "Luong" river, to join the "Song Ma", Vietnam's third largest river. This region is also the only one in the country where the roads are not all paved. During the rainy season, which lasts almost three months, part of the trade is paralyzed. Even 4x4s or trucks quickly give up taking them… The only machine capable of traveling on these tracks, the “Tuk Tuk”. But in Vietnam, the king of transport is the motorcycle. It's almost a religion. In the country there are more than 40 million motorcycles. Director: Daniel Lainé
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Check out Envato Elements - 🤍 This is our second day on our Mekong River cruise to Luang Prabang, Laos! We started our journey in Chiang Rai, Thailand. We then took a bus to Chiang Khong, Thailand. We stayed one night before crossing the border to Laos. The border crossing was very easy and was organized by our tour guide. We boarded our two-day slow boat cruise down the Mekong River. In this video, we will show our itinerary for the second day of the cruise and our first impressions of Luang Prabang. We left Pak Beng at sunrise to continue down the Mekong River. Our first stop of the day was at a handicraft village. The local villagers make handicrafts to supplement their income and we were happy to go shopping and buy some pretty scarves and bracelets. After visiting the village, our cruise continued down the river until we arrived at Pak Ou Caves. These caves are majestically set in the exact spot where the Mekong River meets the Nam Ou River. These caves are home to over 5,000 Buddha images, of all different shapes and sizes, dating back to the 16th century. We had a great time exploring the caves and stretching our legs from the boat ride. We arrived at our destination in Luang Prbabng, where we enjoyed some delicious food at the huge night market! We can't wait to show you more of this city in our next video! We booked our tour with Nagi of Mekong and absolutely loved it! If you are considering a cruise down the Mekong River we highly recommend Nagi of Mekong: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 The best way to support us is to like this video, give it a 'thumbs up' and leave us a comment down below! We love hearing from you guys! 💜 Another way to support us is by buying us a coffee! Buying us a coffee supports us and helps us keep creating. It means the world that you would want to help us with our creative pursuits and we truly appreciate it. We hope we can keep you entertained!! Cheers! 🤍 Sammy and Tommy Filmed pre-pandemic Episode 088 | Luang Prabang, Laos #Laos #LuangPrabangLaos #TravelLaos #MekongRiver #LuangPrabang Follow us on Instagram 🤍
If you’re interested in booking the same tour that we did, check it out here: 🤍 We've always wanted to come see the largest floating market in Vietnam but we weren't expecting to hear that it may be gone within the next decade. So join us on this 2 day Mekong Delta adventure where we explore different islands, try local delicacies and observe the way of life of the people who live and work on the Mekong River. If you enjoy our videos, here are some ways you can support us! △ Hit SUBSCRIBE, LIKE and SHARE our videos with your friends! △ Check out our NEW merch | 🤍 △ It takes a lot of coffee to produce a video | 🤍 △ Support us directly | 🤍 We appreciate you and thank you for your support :) OUR GEAR △ Canon EOS M50 △ DJI Mavic Mini 2 △ GoPro Hero 10 △ Boya by-MM1 Compact On Camera Microphone WE USE TWO PLATFORMS FOR OUR MUSIC △ Epidemic Sound (30 Day Free Trial): 🤍 △ Artlist: 🤍 LET’S CONNECT △ Website: 🤍 △ Instagram: 🤍 Video Breakdown by Chapters: 0:00 - We're going to the Mekong Delta 2:59 - Island hopping begins 5:23 - What is GetYourGuide? 6:27 - Local way of life 13:43 - Check into our 3 star hotel 15:46 - Largest floating market in Vietnam 18:15 - Buying from local vendors 21:00 - Our thoughts about this 2 Day Tour Disclosures: Some links in the description are affiliate links. If you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a commission at no additional cost to you. #floraandnote #vietnam #mekongdelta #hochiminhcity
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In this unique region in the centre of Cambodia, the Mekong River becomes larger and its shores spread apart. A kind of delta rises up in the middle of its course, spreading over a couple of kilometres. During the dry season when the water level is low, countless islands sheltering tiny villages appear.The dry season lasts several months and turns the land in the fields into a hard, cracked and dusty crust. Documentary: Connecting Traditions - Cambodia, From the Mekong to the Foot of the Hills Directed by: Alexandre Mostras Production: Ma Drogue A Moi We fully own the rights to the use of the published content. Any illegal reproduction of this content will result in immediate legal action. SLICE wants to fill up your curiosity! Accessible to anyone from anywhere at any time, this channel is your weekly dose of short docs about curious facts, discoveries, astounding info, unusual stories, weird, fun and instructive. Be smart, have a slice! Subscribe now ►►► 🤍 Become a fan ! 🤍 Follow us 👇 In French: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #documentary #slice #fulldocumentary #freedocumentary #river #landscape #fishing #fish #fisherman #cambodia #traditional #culture #community
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Just how different is a European River cruise and a Mekong River cruise through Vietnam and Cambodia? I take a look at the key similarities and differences and the things that surprised me as I had expected them to be very different but were not. A Europe river cruise and Mekong river cruise are great travel and cruising experiences and this will help you understand what to expect from both. SUPPORT THE CHANNEL BY: Buying my Cruise T-shirts: 🤍 Booking your next cruise with CRUISEDIRECT.COM: 🤍 WATCH THESE POPULAR RECENT VIDEOS: 10 Cabins to Avoid: 🤍 European River Cruise Watch-Outs: 🤍 5 Cruises To Avoid: 🤍 Alaska Cruise Need-to-Knows: 🤍 Things Cruise Lines Don’t Want You to Know: 🤍 Rules Passengers Break Most: 🤍 Things You Can’t Do On A Cruise Any More: 🤍 Should You Pay Cruise Gratuities: 🤍 Gary Bembridge's Tips For Travellers aims to help you make more of your precious travel time and money on land and when cruising the oceans or rivers of the world. To help you, in every video I draw on my first-hand tips and advice from travelling every month for over 20 years and 60+ cruises. Follow Tips For Travellers on: - Instagram: 🤍 - Facebook: 🤍 - Twitter: 🤍 #EuropeanRiverCruise #MekongRiverCruise #RiverCruiseTips #GaryBembridge #TipsForTravellers
Today we’ll be visiting the largest floating market on the Mekong River Delta in southern Vietnam. We’ll show you an incredibly inexpensive yet comfortable way of traveling here from Ho Chi Minh city so you can escape the city madness and enjoy the tranquility in Can Tho. From learning how to make noodles to getting served traditional Vietnamese breakfast on a boat in the floating market… this tour is the best way to see the Mekong River Delta. Green Village Mekong Homestay: 🤍 00:00 Intro 00:33 Sleeper Bus 01:23 Homestay on the Mekong River Delta 03:07 Floating Market Mekong River Tour 5:45 Rice Noodle Factory 8:36 Pineapple Boat on the Mekong River Delta 9:45 Can Tho Local Market 12:08 Vietnamese Massage Links: Budget Travel Filming Essentials: 🤍 Music by Epidemic Sound (Great for Youtube!): 🤍 WHO AM I: I'm Nicole, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Certified Holistic Nutritionist who sold everything to live a life of adventure traveling the world. I make videos about everything relating to travel, nutrition, budgeting and human behavior. 📸 Instagram - 🤍 Get in Touch: If you'd like to talk, I'd love to hear from you. Commenting on this video is the quickest way to receive a response. You can also reach me through Instagram 🤍nicolekristin. I try my best to respond to everyone 🙂
Somewhere on Earth - Laos | Free Documentary Somewhere on Earth - Hawaii: 🤍 Leua, an itinerant vendor, spends part of each year traveling with his family on the Upper Mekong near the borders of China, Burma and Thailand. He knows this mythic river inside and out. Pheng is also an inveterate traveler but he sets out for the most remote corners of the country at the wheel of his old army truck. Pheng, who practices meditation, is progressing on the path of wisdom that all Buddhists dream of traveling. A thousand km to the south, near the Cambodian border, are the Khone Phapheng Falls, the largest in Southeast Asia. Sohane is a fisherman, a very dangerous profession. Working above these turbulent waters, he places his life in the hands of the spirits of the Mekong. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Subscribe Free Documentary Channel for free: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ #FreeDocumentary #Documentary #SomewhereOnEarth ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Free Documentary is dedicated to bringing high-class documentaries to you on YouTube for free. With the latest camera equipment used by well-known filmmakers working for famous production studios. You will see fascinating shots from the deep seas and up in the air, capturing great stories and pictures from everything our beautiful and interesting planet has to offer. Enjoy stories about nature, wildlife, culture, people, history and more to come.
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Cut off from the rest of the world for thirty years, Laos has slowly opened up to tourism at the beginning of the 2000s. The country has many unique treasures to offer, ones that are rarely found anywhere else. There, you can wander in a primary forest, meet the last specimens of gibbons, and be awed by the city of 32 temples. But Laos culture and environment are very fragile. And only a responsible form of tourism will ensure its preservation. From the film: “Laos - Along the Mekong” from the collection “Green Paradise” Direction: Jean Froment Production: MAHA, What's up Films & ARTE G.E.I.E
As we leave our lovely hotel in Chiang Rai, Thailand, we embark on an exciting new journey! We are heading to Laos (or Lao) for the first time together, and we aren’t getting there in any boring old way… we are taking the scenic and very slow boat route. After booking the slow boat on a whim the other day, we anxiously wait for our transport to arrive at 6 am! Let us just tell you that this journey was far from what we expected, but wow, we wouldn’t change it for the world! Hello Luang Prabang, Laos (or Lao, we're not sure which one to use)! 📍Chiang Rai Hotel: 🤍 📍Pakbeng Hotel: 🤍 📍Luang Prabang Hotel: 🤍 BUSINESS ENQUIRIES: 2passports1dream🤍influint.co WHAT WE USE: ◆VPN: 🤍 ◆Insurance: 🤍 ◆Currency card: 🤍 SUPPORT US: ☕Buy us a coffee: 🤍 💰Donate: 🤍 📘Our E-Book: 🤍 👕Merch: 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA: ◆Instagram: 🤍instagram.com/2passports1dream ◆TikTok: 🤍tiktok.com/🤍2passports1dream ◆Facebook: 🤍facebook.com/2passports1dream ◆Twitter: 🤍twitter.com/2passports1 ◆Website: 🤍2passports1dream.com #Thailand #Laos #Lao
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Photographer:Samuel Magal samuel🤍sites-and-photos.com Music: Suzanne Teng Album:Enchanted Wind "September's Angels" The Mekong is a trans-boundary river in Southeast Asia. It is the world's twelfth longest river and the seventh longest in Asia.
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A story about how fish from the Mekong River is caught and sold, cooked and consumed, by the people in the Mekong region. The film shows the Mekong River’s wild fish being caught and processed, and the networks of trade as people work through the night and day to transport the catch to villages and towns, to markets, homes and restaurants. Script/Director: Rajesh Daniel. Producer: Mekong Program on Water, Environment and Resilience (M-POWER), Unit for Social and Environmental Research (USER) and International Rivers (IR). A healthy Mekong River is central to mainland Southeast Asia’s food security. The rich fisheries and ecosystems of the Mekong River not only feed people living alongside the river but are crucial for the livelihoods of millions of people across mainland Southeast Asia.
Killing The Mekong (2013): Rich in extraordinary biodiversity, the Mekong River is the Amazon of South East Asia. But the construction of multiple dams threatens to have devastating effects on this energy and development-hungry region. For similar stories, see: Is the Three Gorges Dam a Ticking Time Bomb? 🤍 Bakun Dam - Malaysia 🤍 Fighting the Selangor Dam - Malaysia 🤍 Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: 🤍 For downloads and more information visit: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 "Mekong River gives everything. Mekong river is mother," says one local. The river's cultural, environmental and economic significance is unmeasurable. But despite the threat of earthquakes, extinction of species and food shortages, the dream of hydropower - and the money it brings - is driving governments to turn its torrents into peaceful reservoirs. European consultant Poyry, who are working on the Xayaburi dam, have been accused by environmentalists of giving the Laotian government, "badly misleading advice". Meanwhile, fisheries expert Ian Baird points out, "the very people that regional governments and international organizations are spending a lot of time trying to alleviate from poverty are the ones who are going to be impacted". Tom Fawthrup – Ref. 5864 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.