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A nature lovers paradise with stunning limestone cliffs, rivers, and caves

Explore Vang Vieng

Thrill-seekers can go kayaking, tubing, rock climbing, and zip-lining, while nature lovers can hike to viewpoints, explore caves, and swim in lagoons. And of course, everyone can enjoy the laid-back atmosphere and delicious food.
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A vibrant city with a mix of French colonial architecture, Buddhist temples, and natural wonders.

Explore Pakse Champasak

Visit the Champasak Historical Heritage Museum to learn about the region's rich history, or take a day trip to the Tad Yuang Waterfall, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Laos. If you're looking for a more adventurous activity, go kayaking on the Mekong River or hiking in the Bolaven Plateau.
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Luang Prabang

A UNESCO World Heritage Site with stunning temples, lush forests, and a rich cultural heritage.

Explore Luang Prabang

Visit ancient temples, explore the Royal Palace Museum, and hike up Mount Phousi for stunning views. Take a cooking class to learn about Lao cuisine, or visit a local village to learn about traditional culture. And of course, don't miss the daily alms-giving ceremony, a truly unique and spiritual experience.
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Thakhek is a small town located in Khammouane province in central Laos.
It is situated on the banks of the Mekong River, bordering Thailand and Vietnam1. The town is known for its countryside life among tourists, who come to explore the caves and nearby villages
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Vientiane is known for its laidback atmosphere and it's true that life moves slowly here, attracting those who enjoy a peaceful, relaxed vibe.

Explore Vientiane

Exploring centuries-old Buddhist temples is one of the most popular things to do in the Lao capital, which you can do on foot, bicycle or tuk-tuk. Quirky markets sit next to the Mekong River, while colonial buildings are often museums displaying thousands of artefacts dating back to prehistoric times . Grab your camera, hit the streets, and you’re bound to find a host of interesting sights in Vientiane.
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Xieng Khouang

Xieng Khouang and the enigmatic Plain of Jars make up one of the most important sites for studying the late prehistory of mainland Southeast Asia

Explore Xieng Khouang

The ancient civilization that constructed the jars was flourishing, advances in agricultural production, the manufacturing of metals, and the organization of long-distance overland trade between India and China were also rapidly transforming local society and setting the stage for urbanization across the region. The province sits at the crossroads of traffic from central Vietnam and northeast Thailand.
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Ban Vat Nong, Khamkong Rd. LPB

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18/02 Ounkham Road, Luang Prabang


18/02 Ounkham Road, Luang Prabang