Laos Bordering Countries: Burma
Regional Maps: Map of Asia
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Where is Laos?
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Laos is one of nearly 200 countries illustrated on our Blue Ocean Laminated Map of the World. This map shows a combination of political and physical features. It includes country boundaries, major cities, major mountains in shaded relief, ocean depth in blue color gradient, along with many other features. This is a great map for students, schools, offices and anywhere that a nice map of the world is needed for education, display or decor.
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Ban Ban, Ban Nape, Boun Nua, Boun Tai, Donnoun, Khammouan, Khok-He, Longcheng, Louangnamtha, Louangphrabang, Muang Kasi, Muang Ou Tai, Muang Phonsavan, Muang Souy, Muang Thathom, Muang Va, Napheng, Ou Nua, Pakxe, Phongsali, Phonhong, Salavan, Savannakhet, Thinkeo, Viangchan (Vientiane), Xaignabouri, Xaingkhoang, Xam Nua and Xiangkhoang.
Annam Cordillera Mountains, Bolovens Plateau, Cammon Plateau, Gulf of Tonkin, Kong River, Lang Prabang Range, Mekong River, Nam Ngum Reservoir and Xiangkhoang Plateau.
Laos Natural Resources:
The mineral resources for Laos include gypsum, tin, gold and gemstones. Other natural resources for the country are timber and hydropower.
Laos Natural Hazards:
The country of Laos has natural hazards which include floods and droughts.
Laos Environmental Issues:
Land issues for the country of Laos include deforestation and soil erosion. In addition, the country is littered with unexploded ordnances. Another environmental issue is that most of the population of Laos does not have access to potable water.
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