Tip Khao is a term in Laos which refers to a simple but attractive woven bamboo container where cooked sticky rice (Khao Niaw ) is served.

In Laos, there are traditions to follow when it comes to the use of Tip Khao and one of them is to always replace the lid  on top of the Tip Khao every end of the meal as it is considered a bad luck when the lid is not put back in its proper place.


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