Laos

Everything you Need to Know about Laos

Get to know Vientiane, Luang Prabang, Champasak, the Plain of Jars and other mystical and magical Laos destinations.

It’s hard to imagine another country so naturally steeped in tradition, history and everyday wonders. Laos truly is one of the world’s most fascinating locations.


Vientiane Vientiane

The tranquil capital of Laos is beginning to expand, but its city streets are still dominated by quiet temples and slow rhythm of everyday life. Vientiane, like many Southeast Asian cities, is a place of contrast. Read More...

 
Luang Prabang Luang Prabang

The ancient capital of the Lam Xang Kingdom wakes up every day to the sound of bells gongs and drums from the local temples. Being premier tourist destination and Southeast Asia's most beautiful spot. Read More...

Champasak Champasak

Champasak was once, 1400 years ago, the centre of power in the lower Mekong basin. Tropical river islands and the World Heritage Site of Vat Phou lie in Laos southern regions. Read More...

 
Savannakhet Savannakhet

It is the country's most popular province for communication and commerce, the main tourist attractions are the Sanctuary of That Inghang, the ruins of Khmer, Heuan Hinh, Wat Xayaphoum, and the Dinosaur Museum. Read More...

Xieng Khouang Xieng Khouang

In the north, lying across a flat high plateau is the province of Xieng-Khouang, where you will find the intriguing Plain of Jars. From the early 19 th century until 1975, central Xieng-Khouang was a recurring battle zone. Read More...

 
Bokeo Bokeo

Located along the Mekong river, in the heart of golden Triangle opposite Chiang Rai province in Thailand and sharing the border with Myanmar, "Bokeo" means the Land of Sapphires. Read More...


 

Pakse Pakse

Pakse is the capital of Champasak Province, founded by French colonialists in 1905. The kingdom was destroyed in 1946 after which the Kingdom of Lao was created. Read More...

 
Vang Vieng Vang Vieng

Vang Vieng for many travelers is simply a piece of heaven on earth. Surrounded by scenic landscape, this small and scenic town offers a long list of interesting attractions. Read More...

Luang Nam Tha Luang Nam Tha

Located on the banks of the Nam Tha River, Luang Nam Tha means ‘The area around the Tha river’. Luang Nam Tha is the largest city in the province of the same name, in the northern part of Laos. Read More...

 
Tad Lo Tad Lo

This village in Laos is two kilometres away from the point at which the bus drops you off. From here you can take a tuk-tuk for a nominal amount. Read More...

Phonsavan Phonsavan

Phonsavan is the capital of Xieng Khouang Province. It has a population of 37,507 and its name translates as ‘hills of paradise’ and indeed it has picturesque green hilly countryside. Read More...

 
Huay Xai Huay Xai

Huay Xai is the capital of Bokeo Province. It is also known as Houay Xai or Houeo Sai and is located on the banks of the Mekong River. This is also part of the border with Thailand. Read More...


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