Vientiane Vientiane

Stretching out on the north-eastern bank of a Mekong River bend, Vientiane reserves a great number of wonders. The city used to be capital of the Kingdom of Lan Xang literally “Million Elephants”.

Luang Prabang Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang is the ancient capital of Laos and royal residence of the kings. An eventful and sometimes turbulent history has shaped the richness of Luang Prabang that can be found in temples and monuments hidden in its lush settings. It's the rich heritage that earned Luang Prabang reputation of a World Heritage Site recognized by UNESCO.

Around Luang Prabang Around Luang Prabang

Around Luang Prabang, magnificent natural sceneries abound everywhere: steep mountains, lush jungle, immense river, impressive waterfalls and mystical caves.

The area is very rich in cultural heritage too. You will experience the daily countryside life, visit ethnic people, take a boat trip along the river and try a bit elephant trekking to experience a real glimpse of Luang Prabang.

Xieng Khouang Xieng Khouang

Regarded as the virtual museum of war in city scale, Xieng Khouang was razed by American bombing in the 60s and has been replaced by the new town of Phonsavan.

Phongsaly Phongsaly

Located in Phu Fha Mount, Phongsaly is the capital Phongsaly province. The town is a small maze with winding and bumpy streets.

Luang Nam Tha Luang Nam Tha

Located in the middle of the rice center in northwestern Laos and surrounded by mountains, Luang Nam Tha city, the provincial capital of Luang Nam Tha is a must see destination for voyeurs, especially those who like to discover the natural wealth of the region.