Utterly alluring, well-reserved traditions, rich culture, impressive & gilded temples, lively and colorful local markets, elegant colonial buildings, beautiful monasteries, colorful hill tribe groups, rustic villages, lush mountains and forest, might river... All make Laos and its cities are the perfect place for travelers to explore.
From scattered French colonial-era buildings to traditional Lao wooden stilt houses, from most notably the Angkor-period ruins of Wat Phu to magnificient 4000 Islands, from natural beauty of the Bolaven Plateau to breathtaking sunset over the Mekong river.. Champasak is guaranteed to deliver a trip of a lifetime.
Peppered with stunning temples, palaces, and pagodas, Louangphrabang represents a blending of traditional Lao and European colonial influences.
Whether it's for trekking, cycling, kayaking, ziplining or a family homestay, a visit to northern Laos is for many the highlight of their trip. Dotted about are unfettered, dense forests home to tigers, gibbons and a cornucopia of animals, with a well-established ecotourism infrastructure to take you into their very heart.
Mysterious giant stone jars of unknown ancient origin are scattered over hundreds of hilly square kilometres around Phonsavan, giving the area the misleading name of Plain of Jar
Stunning natural wonder, backpacker mecca, party central, Van Vieng, a small town which is 155 km away from Vientiane city, with striking river landscape lined with towering karst has lured travelers... There are mysterious caves to explore, lagoons of turquoise water to dive into and sheer cliffs to climb.
From its sleepy tuk-tuk drivers to its cafe society and affordable spas, from the historic old quarter of Vientiane to the glittering temples, this former French trading post is languid to say the least.