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Lao Bảo - Wikipedia

Lao Bảo is a small town in Hướng Hóa District of Quảng Trị Province, Vietnam, located in the North Central Coast region, near the border with Laos. Its population is approximately 30,000.

Lao Bảo
The Sepon River at Lao Bao
The Sepon River at Lao Bao
Lao Bảo is located in Vietnam
Lao Bảo
Lao Bảo
Location in Vietnam
Coordinates: 16°37′0″N 106°36′0″E / 16.61667°N 106.60000°E / 16.61667; 106.60000Coordinates: 16°37′0″N 106°36′0″E / 16.61667°N 106.60000°E / 16.61667; 106.60000
Country Vietnam
ProvinceQuảng Trị

As Lao Bảo is located in an advantaged area of commerce and border trade between Vietnam and Laos, this small town has opportunities to do business and exchange timber with Laos and Thailand for profit. Although it is a small town in the border area, it also provides several jobs for the people there. In comparison with the provincial capital of Đông Hà in standard of individual earnings, the earnings of inhabitants of Lao Bao are higher. In Lao Bảo the Sepon River (Vietnamese: Sông Xê-pôn) is the border line between Hướng Hóa and the Savan province of Laos. This river is only 1 meter in depth and its width is about 100 metres. Surrounding the river is a jungle with large, tall trees. Several commerce and trade initiatives with Laos and Thailand have been recently developed in Lao Bảo.[citation needed]

Border CrossingEdit

A international border crossing between Vietnam and Laos is located in Lao Bảo and called the Lao Bao International Border Gate. The checkpoint on the Lao side is called the Dansavan International Border Gate, located in Dansavan village, Savannakhet Province, Laos. Besides conventional Vietnamese visas, the Lao Bao International Border Gate is also an entry point for Vietnamese Evisas.[1]



  1. ^ "Danh Sách Cửa Khẩu Cho Phép Người Nước Ngoài Nhập Cảnh, Xuất Cảnh Bằng Thị Thực Điện Tử (List Of Ports That Allowed Foreigners Enter And Exit Vietnam By Vietnamese E-Visa)". Vietnam Immigration Department. Retrieved 27 February 2019.
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