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Places to Visit in Laos

Places To Visit


Xieng Khuang, hemmed in by a ring of dramatic mountains, including the country’s tallest peak, Phu Bia, is best known for the treeless flatlands and crater-ridden landscape of the Plain of Jars.


There is no denying that Vientiane is one of Southeast Asia’s quietest capital cities. Hugging a wide bend of the Mekong River, it looks more like a rambling collection of villages, dotted with a few grandiose monuments, than the engine room of a nation.

Vang Vieng

Change comes slowly to Laos, but Vang Vieng, the once-sleepy town that reclines on the east bank of the Nam Song River between towering limestone karsts, is something of a rare exception.

Luang Prabang

A mountain kingdom for more than a thousand years and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Luang Prabang is endowed with a legacy of ancient red-roofed temples and French-Indochinese architecture.


Capitalizing on its location at the confluence of the Xe Don and the Mekong rivers, roughly halfway between the Thai border and the fertile Bolaven Plateau, PAKSE is the far south’s biggest city.