Insights Of Laos

The friendly Laotian, the untouched destinations, the unique cuisines and the proud temples are the best ways to describe about the land-locked Laos.

Known as the land of smiles, Laotian attracts more and more visitors by their laid-back life-style. You surely find no barrier between travelers and locals. Whenever you visit Laos, you immediately feel that you are a part of it as their smiles and friendly gestures inspire you soul. You absolutely find Laos as your home, not a strange travel place at all.


The friendly Laos woman at work

If being asked the first thing reminding me of Laos, no wonder that there are ancient temples. Long time ago, the temple plays a significant role in daily life of Laotian. As the majority of Laos people are Buddhist, you can easily find the temples anywhere. From the Wat Xieng Thong in Luang Prabang, Wat Phou in Champasak to the famous Pha That Luang in Vientiane, the capital of Laos. A journey to Laos is not perfect without discovering the ancient temples. Each step in Laos is another lesson of the long history that Laotian proudly welcomes to foreign visitors.


Pha That Luang - one among the well known temples in Vientiane 

It is undeniable if we don’t mention the unique cuisine of Laos. Come here any time, you can try the Lao traditional dish such as sticky rice, papaya salad and chicken stuffed lemongrass as well as the French-inspired meal. Each meal gives you the exclusive taste of Laos.


Chicken stuffed lemongrass - the Laos traditional dish 

The unknown destinations in Laos are considered the peace of life. The beauty lies not only on the old culture and heritage but also pristine places. From the cities to the small villages, Laos offers you a wide range of activities to discover the real Laos. A day to the Plain of Jars in Xieng Khuang Province, the lush forest in Northern, the Tat Fane waterfalls or the untouched Vang Vieng; all you can discover in your tours to Laos.


The Tat Fane waterfalls


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