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Map of Bokeo district in Laos

Basic information about Bokeo
Bokèo (Laotian: ບໍ່ແກ້ວ [bɔ̄ː kɛ̂ːw]; literally \gem mine\; previously, Hua Khong, meaning \Head of the Mekong\) is a northern province of Laos. It is the smallest and least populous province in the country. Bokeo Province is the smallest of the country's provinces, covering an area of 6,196 square kilometres (2,392 sq mi). Bokeo Province borders Luang Namtha Province to the northeast, Oudomxai Province to the east, Xaignabouli Province to the south, and Thailand to the southwest and Burma to the west and northwest. The province has five districts (Houay Xay, Tonpheung, Meung, Phaodom and Paktha) and is rich in deposits of precious and semiprecious stones. Bokeo's provincial capital is Houayxay on the Mekong river. The province is part of the “Golden Triangle”, at the crossing with Myanmar and Thailand. There are 34 ethnic groups in the province. Houay Xay is the border town with Thailand and regional economic centre.
Cities, towns & villages in Bokeo
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Ban HouayxayBan Houayxay (Lao: also (Ban) Huoeisay, (Ban) Houei Sai or (Ban) Huay Xai and (IATA: HOE), is the capital of the Lao province of Bokèo, on the border with Thailand. The town lies on the Mekong River opposite Chiang Khong in Thailand. The Fourth Thai–Lao Friendship Bridge at Ban Houayxay, which opened in December 2013 and replaced ferry service across the river, is now the northernmost border crossing between the two countries. Asian Highway 3, which runs through Ban Houayxay, extends north to Yunnan Province of China and south to Chiang Rai Province of Thailand. Show Ban Houayxayon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Bokeo
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Khouèng BokèoBokèo (Laotian: [bɔ̄ː kɛ̂ːw]; literally \"gem mine\"; previously, Hua Khong, meaning \"Head of the Mekong\") is a northern province of Laos. It is the smallest and least populous province in the country. Bokeo Province is the smallest of the country's provinces, covering an area of 6,196 square kilometres (2,392 sq mi). Bokeo Province borders Luang Namtha Province to the northeast, Oudomxai Province to the east, Xaignabouli Province to the south, and Thailand to the southwest and Burma to the west and northwest. The province has five districts (Houay Xay, Tonpheung, Meung, Phaodom and Paktha) and is rich in deposits of precious and semiprecious stones. Bokeo's provincial capital is Houayxay on the Mekong river. The province is part of the “Golden Triangle”, at the crossing with MyanmarShow on map
Muang TônpheungTon Pheung is a district (muang) of Bokeo Province in north-western Laos . The district lies in northwest Laos and borders Tachilek District of Burma and Amphoe Chiang Saen and Amphoe Chiang Khong of Chiang Rai Province, Thailand.Show on map
Muang Pha OudômPha Oudom is a district (muang) of Bokeo Province in north-western Laos.The district along with Pak Tha District was part of Oudomxay Province until 1992.Show on map
Muang HouayxayHouay Xay or Houaixai is a district (muang) of Bokeo Province in north-western Laos.Show on map
Muang PakthaPak Tha is a district (muang) of Bokeo Province in north-western Laos.Show on map
Muang MeungMeung is a district (muang) of Bokeo Province in north-western Laos.Show on map
Different buildings in Bokeo
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Ban Huoeisay AirportBan Huoeisay Airport (Lao: Vietnamese: Sân bay Ban Huoeisay) (IATA: HOE, ICAO: VLHS) is an airport in Ban Houayxay, Laos. Alternative spellings are Ban Houayxay Airport, Ban Houei Sai Airport and Ban Huay Xai Airport.Show on map