Country
City
Search by Hotel Type
Leaving From
Going To
Search By Airline
Country
City
Search by Departure Date
Search by Departure Date
Country
City
Search by Category
Country
City
Search by Category
Asian Public Transportation

1. Bolavean Platau

Coffee plantation: Take your time to enjoy a cup of coffee or tea in there the highland of the Bolaven Plateau are home to a large number of coffee and tea plantations. Learn from the locals how the coffee is processed from cherry to your cup!

about1

2. Pakse City

Phosalao Temple: The centerpiece of this hilltop temple across the Mekong from Pakse is the giant Buddha statue looking out over the city. The views from his perch are as fantastic as you'd expect, especially at sunset. To enjoy them, take the first left after the bridge and either climb up the long staircase or take the 4.5km road route up the back.

about1

3. DoneDeth-Donekhone-4000Islands

Khone Phapheng Falls: It's Southeast Asia's largest and widest waterfall , which the amount of water pouring over the fall nearly twice as much as Niagara.

donedeth11

4. Sekong

Ban Khan Don - A Multi-Ethnic Village: a small village in Sekong, home to several ethnic groups such as the Katou, Alak and Nge. Here you can see the traditional way of life in the community house, which displays some of their culture and artifacts. Learn about an interesting custom of the Katou people - coffins. Families carve wooden coffins for each family member well before their deaths and keep them under their houses or rice storages.

donedeth11

5. Attpue Province

Nong Far Lake: Is a big lake, flame water running down water Xe Kamanh, which is located east of Attapeu in Dong Amphanh National Protected Area in the hill clustered together high compared to surface waters 1,200-1,500 meters, near the border with Laos - Vietnam. The researchers studied the geology and the observational data base that: a constant supply caused by volcanic eruptions on hundreds or thousands of years ago

donedeth11

6. Savannakhet

That Ind Hang: This is a sacred stupa and reportedly the burial site for one of Buddha's bones. It is an important place for Buddhists and is registered as a National Treasure of Lao PDR. It was built about 450 years ago by the King Marukhanakhone to commemorate the Buddha's visit to the site in the past. Buddha is believed to have delivered a sermon to people at the site and later took a rest under the "Hang" tree. This is the reason why the stupa is called That Ing Hang.

donedeth11

7. Thakaek City

Konglor Cave: Konglor Cave can be reached by a 40 km overland trip from Ban Khoun Kham (also known as Ban Na Hin, the "Gateway to Konglor") or by taking a slightly longer but more adventurous boat trip up the Hinboun River beginning in Naphouak village.

thakaek

8. Bolikhamxay

Wat Phabath Temple: Which is present two of Bolikhamxay's most remarkable attractions. Over the decades, journeyers make merit by placing gold-leaf on the phabath (Buddha footprint), and every year in mid-January, the temple holds a festival to pay respect to the phabath. Wat Phonsane sits on sprawling green Mekong Riverside grounds, and is believed to be a sacred place where Buddha once took his meals. The temple is also known for the annual Bang Fai Phayanak Festival during October's full moon, when the Mekong launches mysterious colored fireballs.

donedeth11

9. Vientiane Capital City

That Luange Stupa: Visit the famous and sacred structure of That Luange Stupa The site of That Luang has been built-in use since the year 236 of the Buddhist Calendar (307BC). When the first governor of Vientiane, Phaya Chanthabouri Pasitthisack or Bourichan built a structure that looked like a kiln of about 9 meters high and 10 meters wide.

thakaek

10. Visit Vangvieng

Tham Jang Cave: Tham Jang is a cave just to the southwest of Vang Vieng, Laos. Approached by a bridge over the Nam Song River and then a long flight of steps, a spring is located about 50 meters (160 ft) inside the cave.[1] The cave was used as a bunker in the early 19th century during the Chinese-Ho invasion

thakaek
TOP