Laos Travel Guides


On the Mekong River

Champasak is located in southern Laos, bordered to the north by Salavan, to the north-east by Sekong, to the south-east by Attapeu, to the south by Cambodia and to the east by Thailand. Champasak is home to most of Laos's timber production, coffee, tea, cardamom and rattan. Champask is where much of Laos fine weaving products are found. The province is inhabited by a number of ethnic groups such as Alak, Katu, Taoy,...

Xieng Khuang

A monk in meditation

Xieng Khuang lies on Laos eastern border, bounded to the north and north-east by Hua Phan, to the north and north-west by Luang Prabang, to the east by Vietnam, to the south by Bolikhamsai, to the south-east by Vientiane and Saisombun.

Vang Vieng

Idyllic Vang Vieng

This idyllic village-town lies on the banks of the Nam Song River, in central Laos. Vang Vieng river offers the visitor with many unexplored tunnels and caverns, stunning mountain scenery and access to fascinating hill tribe villages. Accommodation in this sleepy town is riverside, offering sublime morning and evening views.

Luang Prabang

A street of Luang Prabang

Claimed the best preserved city in Asia, Luang Phabang is a town with a combination of a ruggedly beautiful Mekong River and the encircling mountains setting, the ancient architecture of the historic temples and monasteries, the multi-ethnic population often seen around, the sedate and friendly atmosphere.


Patouxai in Vientiane

Curving along the Mekong River, Laos' capital city has the peace and tranquility that never fails to offer a relaxing time to the visitor. All the weathered French villas, leafy streets, the curved roofs of ancient Buddhist temples above trees make Vientiane unique and charming that not many capital cities have.