Laos offers holidaymakers a glimpse of life in old Indochina, it is less developed tan its Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese neighbours and is traditionally quite reserved.
Appreciate the mix of Buddhist culture and French colonial influences, stunning natural scenic beauty and quaint villages, along with sincere local hospitality. The gentle dignity of the Laos people will ensure your stay is a truly special experience.
Discover Luang Prabang. A UNESCO World Heritage city renowned for both its beautiful buildings and the serenity of its natural surrounds. Encircled by mountains and set 700 metres above sea level at the confluence of the Nam Khan and Mekong Rivers, the city’s mix of temples. Crumbling French provincial architecture and multi-ethnic inhabitants will captivate you. Vietiane, Laos’ Capital city, sits on a bend in the Mekong River and is a laid back city with a number of interesting Wats (Buddhist Monasteries) and lively markets.