At a meeting of the Mekong River Commission in the ancient Laotian capital of Luang Prabang, Cambodia and Vietnam accused Laos of misinterpreting the terms of the agreement.
What does LPQ stand for?
LPQ stands for Luang Prabang (Laos)
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We have 11 other meanings of LPQ in our Acronym Attic
- Laboratoire de Physique Quantique (French: Quantum Physics Laboratory)
- Lateral Partner Questionnaire (law firms)
- Lender Participation Questionnaire (US Department of Education)
- Liberal Party of Quebec
- Ligue du P'tit Québec (French: Quebec Little League; Canada)
- Line Printer Queue
- Literacy Partners of Quebec (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
- Local Phase Quantization
- Loss Prevention Qualified (Loss Prevention Foundation)
- Lost Person Questionnaire (search & rescue)
- Ludibrium Party Quest (game)
- Legal Profession Qualifying Board (Malaysia)
- Libertarian Party of Queens County (Flushing, NY)
- Leonardo Power Quality Initiative
- Le Poisson Qui Rigole (French)
- Amphibious Transport (Small)
- La Polla Records (Spanish band)
- Laboratory Property Removal
- Language Proficiency Requirement (various locations)
- Laryngopharyngeal Reflux
Samples in periodicals archive:
The former royal capital of the ancient kingdom of Lane Xang, "the Land of a Million Elephants," Luang Prabang has long been a backpacker favorite, but over the last five years it's slowly transformed into a world-class destination with boutique hotels, riverside restaurants and Buddhist serenity.
Vang Vieng is both an ideal stop-over for tourists travelling between Luang Prabang and Vientiane and attractive weekend getaway for city residents.
CAMBODIA/LAOS: Gap Adventures (0844 272 000) offers 15-day trip from Aug 28 from pounds 768, via Bangkok, Angkor, Phnom Penh, Mekong and Luang Prabang.
9781598744354 Inconvenient heritage; erasure and global tourism in Luang Prabang.
My boyfriend Bradford and I had travelled to Luang Prabang province in Laos - Thailand's less touristy landlocked neighbour - to join a five-day eco-trek with a local company called Tiger Trail.