Luang Prabang
Vang Vieng
Vieng Thong


Overview: With untouched nature, a gentle culture, and a refreshingly simple take on life, Laos lets you explore temples, relax on the river, go on active adventures through the rice fields, soak up traditional village life, and leave feeling rejuvenated and completely at ease. Travel back in history as you watch Laos move into the future. As one of the least densely populated countries in South East Asia, Laos offers a special blend of traditional culture and unexplored nature. Its wild and mountainous jungle-clad interior is a Mecca for adventurers and nature-lovers alike.

The mellow riverside capital city of Vientiane looks much the same as it did decades ago when it was still a sleepy outpost of colonial French Indochina. With a gentle culture and friendly people, it is easy to slip into relaxed explorations of this refreshingly simple lifestyle.

Wake up at sunrise to feed the saffron-robed monks, meander through the temples of the ancient royal capital, Luang Prabang, or make your way into the heart of the forested mountains for some active adventuring in beautifully tranquil Laos.


Luang Prabang: one of the most beautiful places of South East Asia and top destination of Laos. Being the formal royal capital of the Lan Xang Kingdom until 1545 and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Luang Prabang is considered by many the heart of Laotian culture. The town has what it takes to make your time worthwhile and will continue to leave great memories in your heart afterwards: the former royal palaces, over 33 Wats (temples), the old town, French historical architecture, nature with Mekong river and waterfalls…

  • Pak Ou
  • Wat Xieng Thong
  • Royal Palace
  • Ban Phanom
  • Kuang Xi Waterfalls


Vang Vieng is a small town north of Vientiane, on the Nam Song River in Laos. It is surrounded by striking limestone mountains and caves. Tham Poukham, to the west, is a cave with a blue-green lagoon and a reclining Buddha statue. North is the deep Tham Nam Cave, which has a spring at its entrance. Nearby, Tham Xang Cave has a stalactite resembling an elephant. The town is home to 16th- and 17th-century monasteries. (Wikipedia)

  • Tham Chang
  • Kaeng Nyui Waterfalls
  • Tham Poukham Cave
  • Wat That


Vientiene: Laos’ capital. Located in the heart of Laos,  Vietiene carries on its own a long history of Buddhism and French colonization.  Buddhism has tremendous influence in many aspects of Laotian life. Located in the city centre is the sacred gilded stupa of Pha That Luang (The Great Stupa), a national symbol and cultural monument of Laos.
In the heart of Laos lies Vientiane, the largest city and the country’s capital. Vientiane, which means “city of sandalwood”, sits on the banks of the Mekong River near the border with Thailand and prides itself for its Buddhist temples and French colonial architecture scattered throughout the city.

  • Pha That Luang
  • Patuxai
  • Wat Si Sake
  • Wat Si Muang


Vieng Thong is a district and a town in Houaphan Province in north-eastern Laos. It is the gateway for the Nam Et-Phou Louey National Protected Area, which is home to a number of endangered species including tiger. The protected area headquarters are located in the Muang Hiem (Viengthong) town.

  • The Hot-spring 
  • Nam Nern Night Safari 
  • Treking tours The Nests 
  • Cloud Forest Climb 


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. Pakse is located at the mouth of the rivers Xedong and Mekong. The term Pakse means the ‘Mouth of the River Se’. This city is inhabited by 70,000 people and the Pakse International Airport serves as a link to the Bolaven Plateau. The construction of this airport was completed in November 2009, and has connections to Siem Reap, Vientiane and Bangkok.

  • Mount Phou Asa
    Wat Luang 
    Pakse Night Market
  • Vat Phu
  • Si Phan Don



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