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Experience the former Laos Royal Capital city,Luangprabang, "the land of Million Elephants" that might be the best preserve city in South East Asia and it is the home of the colourfull Laos artchitectures and cultures.
Experience the former Laos Royal Capital city,Luangprabang- " the land of Million Elephants " that might be the best preserve city in South East Asia and it is the home of the colourful Laos architectures and cultures...
Located in the north of the country, this former royal capital has been a designated World Heritage site since 1995. Situated on the Mekong River, surrounded by beautiful green mountains, the town itself is picturesque, with a wonderful mix of ancient temples and French-Indochinese architecture...
Explore Vientiane's mystique. With its glittering temples, thousands of Buddhist images, interesting archeological sites and a rich culture, Vientiane is a veritable wonderland of sights .Explore the city and its surroundings with gleaming skyscrapers, droves of rickshaws and legions of street vendors in “Southeast Asia's biggest village”.
Unforgettable short Mekong river trip to the holly caves, Pak Ou, the large caves replete with hundreds of Buddha images (Mid 16th century). Take a private boat 1 hour up the Mekong River to visit Pak Ou Caves, housing thousands of ornate Buddhas. Still a place of pilgrimage for many Laos’s people, the trip offers a picturesque boat ride and a fascinating insight the Laos’s culture.
Discovering the Hidden Valley, also known as Nam Khan valley by bycicle. You have the chance to explore the beauty of traditional villages, of the natural, the Elephant Park, the waterfall in this area.
One of the most famous spots for nature & sport lovers where there are plenty of ecotourism activities including trekking, rafting, kayaking and caving and it has the best mulberry tea in Vangvieng, Vientiane Province.
A stunning waterfall 45 minutes drive from Luang Prabang, Kuang Si features sublime turquoise pools amid a jungle setting. Our tours to Kuang Si often include a visit to a local fresh market as well as an in-depth village tour to a Hmong village that we sponsored, experiencing their way of life and actually giving them a hand with the cooking! Money goes back to the village in order to build toilets and water supply.
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