Top 10 Most Beautiful Landscapes in Laos

1. Vang Vieng

It is said that, Vang Vieng is a "paradise for exploring", attracting millions of backpacker from all over the world. With a beautiful landscape which is considered one the best in Laos, Vang Vieng riverside town is where young people gather in the conquest rapids waterfalls or be drunk with strong alcohol.


Do not skip the chance to sit on a bike and then start your green travel to explore ancient caves and chatwith people in the quaint villages.


2. Muang Ngoi Neua

Go upstream in northern Luang Prabang in around 1 hour drive,visitors will arrive in the quaint mountainous town of Muang Ngoi Nuea - located on the attractive Southeast Asian tourist route.


If you are a tourist who loves walking and climbing, this town certainly will not disappoint you. One side is an alluvial river, and the other side is high mountains surrounding, Muang Ngoi Neua appearsincrediblyserene and quiet.

3. Pha That Luang

This is the name of a magnificent gilded stupa in beautiful Vientiane, an important monument which is considered the greatest pride by the people in the "Land of Million elephants ". Built on an old Khmer temple in the 16th century, this great tower temple through experiencing so much historic ups and downs, it still keeps architectural beauty and always seems to shine to attract countless travelers.



4. Si Phan Don

Si Phan Don is a vast archipelago located in the southernmost of Laos, where the gentle Mekong flows through peaceful Khone waterfall before joining the major rivers in Cambodia. Si Phan Don gives travelers an enchanting water-colous painting with 4,000 different islands.


You will definitely want to spend the whole 24 hours to discover this place on four-wheeler or rowing down the stream and watch the rare Irrawaddy pink dolphins and then carefreely enjoy hammock swing with a glass of famous Beer Lao.

5. Luang Prabang

It is not a perfect journey to discover "the country Million Elephants," if you have not visited Luang Prabang - one of the best preserved cities in Asia, which makes you surprised by unfading beauty along the time.


The treasures of the city between the Mekong and Nam Khan in northern mountainous Lao are the ancient Buddhist temples, natural fresh scenery and rustic simple life of the villagers here.


6. Bokeo Natural Reserve

The beauty and attractiveness of Bokeo natural reserve is still promulgated by the tourists. And experience to discover all this wilderness is taking part in the adventurous Gibbon Experience to explore the land and the animals living there.


You will never forget the fun house on a tree, suspension bridges, lush green tropical forest canopy, and monkey bridges which are not easy to go at all.


7. Tham Kong Lo Cave

The cave is considered one of the most interesting sights but not for the weak-hearted people in Laos.
Thanks to 7km of Nam Hun Bun flowing through as well asover 90m high cliffs, Tham Kong Lo is extremely exciting and also no less "creepy". Remember to bring a fully charged flashlight and a skillful "pilots" with you.


8. Kuang Si Waterfall

Situated in the list of World’s most beautiful waterfalls, the gently stretching 50-m Kuang Si waterfalls still can “steal” many tourists’ hearts.


There’s nothing more wonderful than enjoying the turquoise lake slowly flowing in the golden sunlight here. And clear sounds of the murmuring water will make your soul so romantic that  when the scenery appears in your eyes, love also born in your heart”.

9. The Mekong River

Being the greatest river in Southeast Asia (4.350kmlong), originated from China and pass through 5 countries in the region: Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, the Mekong offers travelers a landscape like green Amazon in South America.


You can cruise down on the redalluvial flow from Huay Xai to Luang Prabang to enjoy scenic scenery on the banks and also go further away to watch the river cutting through the dense jungle. The landscape is as beautiful as in the fairy tale.

10. Vieng Xai 

Built in Hua Phan province in the 1960s, Vieng Xai is one of the most spectacular underground constructions in the world, a place of refuge during the war in Laos.
With a capacity of up to 23,000 people, there are military barracks, cinemas, hospitals, shops and much more.


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