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Indochina

Indochina (today known as the Indochinese Peninsula or Mainland Southeast Asia) is an asian region which is occupied by the countries of Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, Malaysia (part of it) and Singapore.

Many religions are practiced in Indochina, but the main religion is Buddhism, which means that people generally live a peaceful life according to the Buddhist rules.

In 2017 I was been traveling through the countries of Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Thailand, which meant an extraordinary and unforgettable life experience.If I had to use only one word to describe, it would be “mysticism”. Without a doubt, Indochina is a spiritual region, full of monasteries, temples and pagodas visited by local people everyday.

But beyond that, what Indochina really means is “people”. They are wonderful people, always ready to help out, really friendly and well-mannered, making easier the experience of traveling and making new friends.

All pictures have been taking between August and September 2017 in Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand by Jose Carpin. Copyright © All Rights Reserved