Mekong river Luang Prabang Laos Local market

Laos

Landlocked Laos is Southeast Asia’s least developed and least known country – and therein lies its appeal. The pace of life here is extremely laid back and has changed little for centuries, which makes it arguably the region’s most captivating destination.

Laos has stylish, elegant cities such as Vientiane and Luang Prabang, which combine French colonial architecture, stunning Buddhist temples and a sleepy atmosphere far removed from other Asian cities, to create an intoxicating mix for the visitor. The countryside is no less fascinating, with the mysterious Plain of Jars and the unusual Mekong River islands all contributing to Laos’ unique ambiance.

Add the warmth, kindness and amiably vague timekeeping of the Lao people, and you have an unapologetically old-fashioned travel experience. Make sure you book a return ticket on one of our Laos travel packages, because travelers often find it almost impossible to say goodbye.

Tailored Experiences

  • A Lao Evening - Traditional Storytelling And Food

    A Lao Evening - Traditional Storytelling And Food

    Why is Mount Phousi called Mount Phousi? What has it got to do with mushrooms and the Ramayana? All questions will be answered when we visit the Garavek Theater, a company based in Luang Prabang, with the aim of promoting and preserving the local myths, legends, and folktales. Every...

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  • Luang Prabang Lao Food Corner

    Luang Prabang Lao Food Corner

    For foodies who want to get a taste of the local flavor, head to Luang Prabang's famous night market. Walk through the market and head towards the small side streets where vendors offer ‘food buffets’ and different local snacks. Enjoy the sights, sounds and smells while...

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  • Laos Textiles and Cocktail Reception in Vientiane

    Laos Textiles and Cocktail Reception in Vientiane

    Visit the home weaving studio of Mrs. Carol Cassidy, an American textiles expert who arrived in Vientiane in 1989 and was so impressed by the quality and diversity of weaving in Laos that she set up the Lao Textiles Studio which now employs over 40 local weavers who create naturally dyed...

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