A land of unspoilt natural beauty and deep spirituality

Relatively untouched by tourism due to decades of isolation, laid-back Laos is truly a gem, blessed with many of Southeast Asia’s finest features.

Experience the traditional way of life that moves along at an unhurried pace, along with the warmth, kindness and amiably vague timekeeping of the Lao people. Hike through virgin forested mountains and pristine river valleys in this country known for its robust ecotourism initiatives.

Situated in a scenic valley at the confluence of the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers, the ancient capital of Luang Prabang offers a beautiful medley of rich cultural history and outdoor adventure with its nearby waterfalls and mountains. The tranquil capital city of Vientiane maintains a vintage charm with its faded French colonial architecture juxtaposed with ornate, gilded temples. The Lao countryside is just as intriguing, highlighted by the mysterious Plain of Jars and Champassak Province, home to ancient temples, coffee plantations and unspoilt natural landscapes.

WHY WE THINK YOU’LL LOVE IT

  • The laid-back attitude and simple way of life makes Laos an attractive destination for those seeking a less hurried pace of travel
  • A haven for ecotourism with its abundance of pristine landscapes and green, community-based approach to tourism development
  • The country's rich history encompassing the Lan Xang Kingdom in the 14th century to being a French protectorate lends to its fascinating array of architectural gems from ancient temples to elegant colonial villas
Country Facts
Capital City Vientiane
Time Zone UTC +7
International Dial Code +856
Currency Kip
Population 6.9 million (April 2018)
Religion Buddhism
Within Easy Reach Of...
Landlocked Laos has two international airports: Luang Prabang International Airport and Wattay International Airport in Vientiane. The below flight times are to/from Luang Prabang International Airport.
Vientiane 1hr
Siem Reap, Cambodia 2hrs 15min
Hanoi, Vietnam 1hr 05min
Bangkok, Thailand 1hr 45min
SERENE LAOS

Experience the laid-back atmosphere and unchanged way of life of this peaceful country

When To Go

Weather Summary
Being landlocked, Laos is rarely affected by coastal storms and has just two seasons. The dry season is from October to late April and the wet season is from May to late September.

The temperature range in Laos is strongly affected by the altitude. The northern, central, and eastern regions are less humid due to being at a higher altitude whereas in the Mekong River Valley in the south, the lower altitude contributes towards temperatures above 35°C with high humidity.
Weather Summary
Being landlocked, Laos is less affected by coastal storms and has a simple two seasons. The dry season is from October to late April and a wet season from May to late September.

The temperature range in Laos is strongly affected by the altitude. The north, central, and east regions are higher in altitude so it tends to less humid whereas in the Mekong River Valley in the south at lower altitude, the temperatures are above 35°C
with high humidity.
Weather Summary
Being landlocked, Laos is less affected by coastal storms and has a simple two seasons. The dry season is from October to late April and a wet season from May to late September.

The temperature range in Laos is strongly affected by the altitude. The north, central, and east regions are higher in altitude so it tends to less humid whereas in the Mekong River Valley in the south at lower altitude, the temperatures are above 35°C
with high humidity.
Weather Summary
Being landlocked, Laos is less affected by coastal storms and has a simple two seasons. The dry season is from October to late April and a wet season from May to late September.

The temperature range in Laos is strongly affected by the altitude. The north, central, and east regions are higher in altitude so it tends to less humid whereas in the Mekong River Valley in the south at lower altitude, the temperatures are above 35°C
with high humidity.
Weather Summary
Being landlocked, Laos is less affected by coastal storms and has a simple two seasons. The dry season is from October to late April and a wet season from May to late September.

The temperature range in Laos is strongly affected by the altitude. The north, central, and east regions are higher in altitude so it tends to less humid whereas in the Mekong River Valley in the south at lower altitude, the temperatures are above 35°C
with high humidity.
Weather Summary
Being landlocked, Laos is less affected by coastal storms and has a simple two seasons. The dry season is from October to late April and a wet season from May to late September.

The temperature range in Laos is strongly affected by the altitude. The north, central, and east regions are higher in altitude so it tends to less humid whereas in the Mekong River Valley in the south at lower altitude, the temperatures are above 35°C
with high humidity.
Weather Summary
Being landlocked, Laos is less affected by coastal storms and has a simple two seasons. The dry season is from October to late April and a wet season from May to late September.

The temperature range in Laos is strongly affected by the altitude. The north, central, and east regions are higher in altitude so it tends to less humid whereas in the Mekong River Valley in the south at lower altitude, the temperatures are above 35°C
with high humidity.
Weather Summary
Being landlocked, Laos is less affected by coastal storms and has a simple two seasons. The dry season is from October to late April and a wet season from May to late September.

The temperature range in Laos is strongly affected by the altitude. The north, central, and east regions are higher in altitude so it tends to less humid whereas in the Mekong River Valley in the south at lower altitude, the temperatures are above 35°C
with high humidity.
Perfect Tour For September
Luang Prabang – Siem Reap – Ho Chi Minh City – Hue – Hanoi

A culinary odyssey through Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam revealing distinctive cuisines and kitchen traditions. Hands-on experiences at key culinary destinations range from street food stalls to gastronomic restaurants, assisted by expert chefs, food gurus and in-the-know locals.

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Festivals
2-9 September: Boat Racing Festival, Luang Prabang
9 September: Haw Khao Padap Din (Ancestor Festival)
Weather Summary
Being landlocked, Laos is less affected by coastal storms and has a simple two seasons. The dry season is from October to late April and a wet season from May to late September.

The temperature range in Laos is strongly affected by the altitude. The north, central, and east regions are higher in altitude so it tends to less humid whereas in the Mekong River Valley in the south at lower altitude, the temperatures are above 35°C
with high humidity.
Perfect Tour For October
Luang Prabang – Siem Reap – Ho Chi Minh City – Hue – Hanoi

A culinary odyssey through Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam revealing distinctive cuisines and kitchen traditions. Hands-on experiences at key culinary destinations range from street food stalls to gastronomic restaurants, assisted by expert chefs, food gurus and in-the-know locals.

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Festivals
24 October: Boun Ok Phansa (Fire Boat Festival)
25 October: Boat Racing Festival, Vientiane
Weather Summary
Being landlocked, Laos is less affected by coastal storms and has a simple two seasons. The dry season is from October to late April and a wet season from May to late September.

The temperature range in Laos is strongly affected by the altitude. The north, central, and east regions are higher in altitude so it tends to less humid whereas in the Mekong River Valley in the south at lower altitude, the temperatures are above 35°C
with high humidity.
Perfect Tour For November
Luang Prabang

Surrounded by beautiful vistas of mountains and rivers, the quaint town of Luang Prabang exudes an air of romance and serenity. Share a romantic adventure in the Huay Say Valley with trekking and elephant riding and complete your journey with a private sunset cruise on the Mekong.

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Festivals
22 November: That Luang Festival
Weather Summary
Being landlocked, Laos is less affected by coastal storms and has a simple two seasons. The dry season is from October to late April and a wet season from May to late September.

The temperature range in Laos is strongly affected by the altitude. The north, central, and east regions are higher in altitude so it tends to less humid whereas in the Mekong River Valley in the south at lower altitude, the temperatures are above 35°C
with high humidity.
Perfect Tour For December
Hanoi – Phong Nha – Ho Chi Minh City – Nam Cat Tien – Pakse – Ban Khiet Ngong – Don Daeng – Si Phan Don

Adventure abounds on this all-action journey through some of Vietnam and southern Laos’ most naturally beautiful and fascinating areas – experienced by trekking, cycling, motorbiking, climbing and caving.

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Festivals
Mid-December: Hmong New Year

Suggested Laos Itineraries

Explore our Laos sample itineraries to inspire your travel planning. The itineraries can be easily customised and adapted to your personal interests and preferences.

World Heritage Sites of Southeast Asia

Bagan – Luang Prabang – Siem Reap – Hoi An

History and culture buffs will treasure this fascinating journey visiting Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam. The tour not only explores key historic, spiritual and cultural sites but also the architectural and natural wonders as recognised by the esteemed UNESCO organisation

Overland Explorer

Bangkok – Udon Thani – Nong Khai – Vientiane – Vang Vieng – Luang Prabang – Muang La – Muang Khua – Dien Bien Phu – Phong Tho – Sapa – Hanoi – Haiphong – Lan Ha Bay

This extensive overland journey across Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam features days packed with the best adventure, culture, spiritual and historical experiences.

Family Cultural Exploration in Laos

Luang Prabang – Vientiane

The diversity of landscapes and strong ties to local communities makes Laos an enchanting destination for families to enjoy educational and fun activities with opportunities to experience daily life ‘as a local.’

A Taste of Indochina

Luang Prabang – Siem Reap – Ho Chi Minh City – Hue – Hanoi

A culinary odyssey through Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam revealing distinctive cuisines and kitchen traditions. Hands-on experiences at key culinary destinations range from street food stalls to gastronomic restaurants, assisted by expert chefs, food gurus and in-the-know locals.

Adventure in Vietnam & Laos

Hanoi – Phong Nha – Ho Chi Minh City – Nam Cat Tien – Pakse – Ban Khiet Ngong – Don Daeng – Si Phan Don

Adventure abounds on this all-action journey through some of Vietnam and southern Laos' most naturally beautiful and fascinating areas – experienced by trekking, cycling, motorbiking, climbing and caving.

Laos Tailored Experiences

Select from our exciting range handcrafted tailored experiences to include in your customised journey.

  • Exploring Vientiane by Bicycle

    Vientiane, Laos

    Vientiane’s flat, tree-lined roads and light traffic make it an ideal city to explore by bicycle. Spend a pleasant half day cycling to some of Vientiane’s most historic sites, including: Wat Sisaket, famous for its cloister wall housing thousands of tiny Buddha images; Wat Phra Keo, built in 1565 as the Lao royal family’s personal chapel with highlights including a magnificent 16th century lacquered door with Hindu carvings, numerous Khmer stone carvings and a variety of Buddha statues; the 44m (147ft) high gold-covered That Luang, Lao’s most revered monument; and the Patuxai Victory Monument, dedicated to those who fought in Laos’ struggle for independence from France. Notice its unmistakable resemblance to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, but with Lao motifs.

    Duration: 4hrs

  • Jungle Trekking Around Phou Asa Mountain

    Pakse, Laos

    Jungle-clad Phou Asa Mountain has long been an enigma, even to seasoned archaeologists. Spend the day uncovering the secrets of this scenic mountain and its enigmatic ruins comprised of 108 stacked stone pillars, each topped by a large flat rock.

    Join a village guide to learn more about these mysterious pillars which some think were part of a jungle fort or perhaps an ancient Buddhist monastery to go along with the “Buddha’s footprint” carved into the rock face below. Summit the mountain for outstanding views of southern Laos. Along the way, walk along forest trails while learning how to spot signs of wildlife as well as indigenous medicinal plants. Lunch is included in this adventurous day trek.

    Duration: 7hrs

  • Adventure Exploration of Luang Prabang

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    Part of Luang Prabang’s undeniable charm is being surrounded by rugged mountains and scenic rivers. Expand your scope of exploration into the sights surrounding the town by bicycle and kayak on a full-day outdoor adventure. Experience the tranquil Lao countryside by crossing the Mekong River and cycling along the Pathet Lao Trail, taking you past ethnic villages and verdant mountain scenery.

    Trade bicycle for kayak and navigate the scenic Mekong and Nam Ou Rivers. Visit a Buddhist temple on a river island and the atmospheric Pak Ou Caves packed with thousands of Buddha statues and situated overlooking the spot where the Mekong joins the Nam Ou.

    Duration: 9.5hrs

  • H’mong Textiles Workshop with an Artisan

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    Since 2006, Luang Prabang’s Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre has been devoted to helping people gain insight into the diversity and richness of Laos’ ethnic cultures. Spend an enjoyable half day at the centre, engaging with some of its excellent exhibitions showcasing traditional handmade clothing and textiles, reconstructions of domestic scenes, as well as ritual and religious artefacts.

    Also participate in a workshop on H’mong embroidery and H’mong appliqué (ornamental needlework) led by an ethnic artisan. The H’mong are unique in that they still make their own clothes independently, typically weaving and embellishing the fabric themselves. Also enjoy a tasty lunch of ethnic foods at the centre’s own cafe.

    Duration: 3.5hrs

  • Learn the Art of Traditional Lao Weaving

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    Meaning “East Meets West” in Lao, Ock Pop Tok pairs social business with ethical fashion. The social enterprise aims to create economic value for hand-loomed textiles by providing competitive wages, opportunities for continued learning and professional development for the village weavers as well as educating visitors about the cultural and artistic value of the textiles through its store and workshop.

    Spend a hands-on half day with a guide and weaver. Sitting at your own loom, apply basic techniques of Lao weaving to create a placemat-sized textile with a Lao motif which can be taken home as a souvenir.

    Duration: 3hrs

     

  • Exploring Lao Street Food by Tuk-Tuk

    Vientiane, Laos

    While perhaps not as well-known as Thai or Vietnamese cuisine, the flavours of Laos are just as enchanting in their own right. Being mountainous and landlocked, Lao cuisine focuses on fresh, local ingredients and enjoys some similarities with Northern Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia.

    Spend an evening zipping around Vientiane by three-wheeled tuk-tuk on an adventurous dinner safari. Join the locals at a bustling evening food market to sample some Lao favourites accompanied by the staples of sticky rice and umami-rich padaek, a paste made from cured, fermented fish. Also visit pop-up stands that sell roadside desserts and drinks only in the evenings. End the night on a sweet note by sampling some traditional Lao sweets, many featuring coconut or sticky rice, and Lao-style roti with banana and coconut milk.

    Duration: 3hrs

  • Cooking Class and Swimming at Kuang Si Falls

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    Spend a leisurely half day at the stunning Kuang Si Waterfalls, known for their turquoise blue pools formed by water cascading down in tiers from the hillside. Begin by visiting the organic farm of your instructor who is an author of the first English-language Lao cookbook. Her garden of herbs, medicinal plants, fruits and vegetables is situated in a wild jungle setting beside a river outlet of the Kuang Si Falls.

    Gather ingredients from the garden for a cooking class with your host, showcasing some of Lao cuisine’s intriguing and perhaps unfamiliar flavours. After enjoying the lunch you helped prepare, explore the nearby Kuang Si Waterfalls with the opportunity to swim in the pools or hike to the top of the main waterfall featuring an impressive 60m (200ft) cascade.

    Duration: 6.5hrs

  • Experience an Authentic Traditional Baci Ceremony

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    In Lao tradition, baci ceremonies are held to celebrate special events including marriages, homecomings and births. An integral part of Lao culture, the purpose of the ceremony is to re-establish equilibrium by calling the “kwan”, or parts of the soul, back to the body. Take part in this ancient practice at a local family’s home.

    Observe as a village elder officiates the ceremony by chanting an invocation to call the “kwan” and to strengthen the power of the blessing. A white cotton thread will be tied around your wrist, a symbol of peace, good fortune and continuity. Being able to participate in this age-old practice with emphasis on renewal, forgiveness and the strengthening of social and family bonds is truly a deep, contemplative experience not easily forgotten.

    Duration: 1hr

  • Luang Prabang Heritage Walk with UNESCO Expert

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    Luang Prabang was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1995 for its exceptionally rich architecture and artistic heritage, a gorgeous fusing of traditional Lao structures and European colonial buildings.

    Spend a fascinating hour with a UNESCO consultant as he shares some of his expertise in the cultural heritage of the country as well as an understanding of Lao history and people. After, set out on a walking tour with a local guide taking in the highlights of Luang Prabang’s distinct architecture, including well-preserved traditional wood houses, brick colonial-era buildings, stone temples and richly decorated pagodas.

    Duration: 4hrs

  • Kuang Si Waterfalls Jungle Trek with Picnic Lunch

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    One of Luang Prabang’s must-see sights is the incredible Kuang Si Waterfalls, known for their picturesque cascades of vibrant blue water. Approximately 29km (18mi) south of Luang Prabang, the jungle-clad waterfalls make for an excellent day of trekking, swimming and touring.

    Climb to the top of the three-tiered falls for spectacular views. Along the way, learn some jungle survival skills from your expert guide as he teaches you how to identify herbs, mushrooms, bamboo shoots and other plants as well as how to fish the local way. Help prepare a traditional Lao jungle meal and enjoy a refreshing swim in one of the many natural pools. Also visit the Asian Bear Rescue Center, home to Sun Bears and Malayan Black Bears that have been rescued from bile farms or wildlife traffickers. 

    Duration: 6hrs

  • Buffalo Milking and Mozzarella Making

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    While Laos isn’t usually associated with cheese, it makes perfect sense in this land full of buffalo. So began Buffalo Dairy Farm, a socially-responsible enterprise that partners with local farmers to care for and milk their female buffalo to make high-quality products such as yoghurt, cheese and ice cream for local and overseas consumers.

    Change into farm clothes and boots for an exclusive, behind-the-scenes tour of the commercial dairy and production facility, helping to wash, feed and hand-milk a buffalo. Join an Australian chef for a mozzarella-making class with the option to take home the cheese you make. Relax in the cafe and enjoy breakfast (mornings) or canapés and a glass of wine (evenings) and take home a gift of buffalo cookies.

    Duration: 4hrs

  • Visiting a Village School with the Tuk-Tuk Library

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    The literacy rate of Laos falls short of most of its Southeast Asian neighbours at just over 70% and is often even lower in rural areas where children must walk long distances to reach the nearest school. Other factors that add to the problem include poor-quality classrooms, limited teacher training and a dearth of appropriate reading materials.

    To help combat the issue, the Luang Prabang Public Library, in tandem with Cooperative Learning International, aims to bring books into the hands of children through its Lao Children’s Library Boats and Tuk-Tuk Library. Join the mobile library for an inspiring morning of visiting a village school with books, games and learning activities. See how hygiene is promoted through songs, stories and drama and help distribute a health bag containing soap, a toothbrush and other personal items or a learning bag with exercise books and pencils to the children.

    Duration: 4-5hrs

  • Luang Prabang Photography Workshop

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    All the elements that make Luang Prabang one of Southeast Asia’s most beautiful towns also make it a photographer’s dream, including its valley location surrounded by scenic rivers, its diverse architecture marrying modern, colonial and traditional elements as well as its warm, friendly people.

    Spend a full day with an award-winning photographer and filmmaker based in Luang Prabang. His hands-on workshop is designed for the beginner photographer with the aim of quickly achieving better results by applying tricks of the trade, including fundamental compositional rules. Visit some of the photographer’s favourite spots, including a temple and a local village, and learn about Luang Prabang’s culture and history while capturing stunning images under the instructor’s guidance. Other potential subject matter includes almsgiving to the monks, an early morning market and portrait or landscape photography.

    Duration: 14hrs

  • Botanical Garden Photography Workshop

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    Photographing the fascinating world of flowers and gardens requires a specific set of skills and knowledge including which lens to use, how to balance light and shadow as well as accounting for angles and backgrounds. Start with an early morning boat trip down the Mekong River to the Pha Tad Ke Botanical Garden. Join a photographer for an in-depth workshop in this beautiful 10ha (25ac) space set against the rocky Pha Tad Ke cliff on the banks of the Mekong River.

    The botanical gardens offer a diverse range of subjects and backgrounds, including a Ginger Garden with over 100 different ginger species, an arbouretum with over 200 species of trees and an orchid nursery with over 400 species of orchids and ferns. Your workshop includes lunch and time to stroll around the gardens at your leisure.

    Duration: 7.5hrs

  • An Illuminating Romantic Dinner

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    Luang Prabang regularly tops the list of the most romantic destinations in Southeast Asia for its clean, quiet streets lined with some three dozen UNESCO-protected temples and beautiful heritage buildings recalling slower, gentler times. Experience a truly unforgettable gourmet dinner for two in a private setting illuminated by 500 flickering candles enhanced by music provided by a traditional Lao musician.

    After an aperitif at the bar of one of the town’s finest hotels, take your seat at private table for two nestled in an elegant garden pavilion overlooking the orchid ponds. Savour a sophisticated 7-course Lao or Western dinner, with some of the courses prepared and served tableside, part of a magical evening not soon forgotten. 

    Duration: 3hrs

  • Champagne Sunset Cruise on the Mekong

    Luang Prabang, Laos

     The Mekong River plays a vital role in the lives of many as a means of transport and commerce. For visitors, the Mekong’s ginger-coloured waters are also a source of incredible rustic beauty. Spend a late afternoon cruising downstream on the Mekong, taking in picturesque riverscapes of local villages, banana plantations, and swaths of forest.

    Enjoy the serenity of the moment with the gentle lapping of the water against the boat providing the soundtrack for this relaxing experience. Feel the cool breezes off the water as your private butler serves you a glass of champagne (or soft drink) and canapés as you watch the sun setting over the Mekong and surrounding hillsides.

    Duration: 2hrs

  • Cruising the Mekong from the Thai-Lao Border to Luang Prabang

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    The saying that “it’s not about the destination; it’s about the journey” could very well apply to travelling along the mighty Mekong River from Huay Xai (just across the river from Chiang Khong in Thailand) to Luang Prabang.

    An excellent option for those travelling overland from Thailand (including Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai) into Laos, this comfortable two-day, one-night cruise makes several interesting stops along the way visiting two ethnic minority villages including the lowland Lao village of Ban Baw, famed for its Lao whisky and woven handicrafts, and the Pak Ou Caves, home to thousands of Buddha statues. On the boat, sit back, relax and watch the ever-changing riverscapes go by, highlighted by verdant forests, banana and coconut plantations and more.

    Duration: 2 days/1 night

  • Exploring the Mekong Between Luang Prabang and Pakbeng

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    The Mekong River touches the lives of millions as it flows some 4,500km (2,702mi), with at least one-third forming the international border between Laos and Thailand. Get to know the Mekong up close and personal as it flows through northern Laos on a two-day, one-night river cruise between Luang Prabang and Pakbeng, halfway to the Thai border.

    Shore excursions include visiting a hill tribe village famed for producing lao-lao, a traditional whisky made from fermented rice, and the mysterious Pak Ou Caves, home to some 4,000 Buddha statues left over the centuries by devoted worshippers. In between stops, take in the natural beauty of the river in this particularly scenic stretch of the Mekong.

    Duration: 2 days/1 night

  • Yoga Practice Overlooking the Mekong River

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    Luang Prabang has an almost palpable Zen-like spirituality to it, in part due to its concentration of so many temples within a small area, hundreds of monks and tranquil setting tucked away in a Mekong River valley. Take advantage of this serene environment in a private yoga session surrounded by lush gardens on the banks of the Mekong River with unobstructed views of the river and the surrounding mountains.

    Breathe in the fresh mountain are while learning different styles of yoga from your instructor, all with the view of achieving a sense of calm and mindfulness. The yoga postures you practise in this session are conducive to meditation and mindfulness, helped along by your peaceful surrounds.

    Duration: 1-1.5hrs

  • The Spiritual Traditions of Luang Prabang

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    Yoga and Buddhism share many similarities, including a common spiritual culture originating in India. Yoga prepares the body to be still, with postures and poses focused on creating a peaceful inner environment. Similarly, Buddhism promotes meditation as a way of being present and cultivating awareness.

    Spend the morning experiencing how these two traditions overlap. Cross the Mekong River and climb some 60 steps to the temple of Wat Kok Phap where a certified meditation teacher will shed light on the connection between Buddhism and Lao meditation. Enjoy some quiet time to practise either close to the temple or in a secluded forest setting. Also meet some of the temple monks and present them with an offering of food, monk’s robes or a cash donation, depending on what is needed at the time of your visit.

    Duration: 3.5hrs

Key Cities In Laos

Learn more about the unique characteristics and attractions of the cities that make up this enchanting country.

Hotels We Recommend

Explore a selection of our hotel offerings to complete your customised journey. The number of hotels and resorts throughout Southeast Asia are extensive and varied. Please contact us for more accommodation options.

Amantaka

Luang Prabang, Laos

Suitable for:
Families, Romance

Rosewood Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang, Laos

Suitable for:
Families, Romance

Belmond La Résidence Phou Vao

Luang Prabang, Laos

Suitable for:
Romance

The Luang Say Residence

Luang Prabang, Laos

Suitable for:
Families, Romance

Avani+ Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang, Laos

Suitable for:
Couples, Romance