Vientiane: 20 Must See Attractions

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What to do with your time in Vientiane
Vientiane: 20 Attractions is your passport to discovering the best of Vientiane, the capital city of Laos. With the most relevant, up-to-date advice on which attractions to see or skip, visiting times for each attraction, entry fees, an amazing visit with hidden discoveries awaits you. More

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About Anton Swanepoel

Adventurer and world traveler, Anton Swanepoel, hales originally from Pretoria, South Africa, but has called a number of exotic locations home. Educated as a software engineer, he worked for a large multinational company before deciding to travel the globe. Along life's journey, Anton became a skilled scuba diver and technical diving instructor, teaching for seven years while living in the Cayman Islands. His resume touts Tri-Mix instructor levels from multiple licensing agencies, and dive records over 400 feet.

Mr. Swanepoel has always loved travel and writing. In the past several years he's combined these passions, authoring and publishing a host of books, sharing secrets he's learned along the way. When he's not exploring an underwater landscape or racing a motorcycle down a stretch of highway, you'll find Anton visiting world destinations and chronicling his experiences.

Today, he is a fulltime globetrotter and writer, having penned instructional guides for diving and travel, as well as a pair of fictional novels. His excurtion titles are geared toward do-it-yourself travelers, who enjoy saving money and seeing the out-of-way places. His favorite destinations include, Machu Picchu, the mountains of Vietnam, and the Temples at Angkor Wat.


Review by: Dennis F. Larsen on April 7, 2015 :
A friend recently presented me with a digital version of this eBook, knowing I've read Mr. Swanepoel's work before and enjoyed them. This volume was no different. In fact, is was exactly what I expected, and more. The pictures took me to places I long to see, but will likely never visit. However, if I were to go, the guide would be an absolute necessity for traveling Laos. Each of the 20 attractions featured by Anton are unique and beautiful. He's done his homework and provided everything -- and I do mean everything -- you'll need to know about each ancient artifact and location. Costs are included, historical background, distances, GPS and on and on... He even includes a possible itinerary to make sure you see as much as possible in the time you're there. The text is well written and concise, cutting through the fluff to deliver just what a typical traveler would want.

I'd recommend this to anyone who likes to plan real adventures or for those who like to explore from their easy chair. This volume met my expectations and I can gladly recommend it to you.
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