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All the basic you need to know to travel by bus into Laos from its neighbor countries. Busing around Laos? Yes, that's also covered
Laos Tourist Visa - can be obtained on arrival at Laos International airports or at Laos border crossing points, or at Lao embassy or consulate abroad
It's possible to get Lao Visa Extension, but how to go about doing it is a question. Here is information on possible ways to do it.
Visa exemption is given to a number of countries under the mutual agreement between the governments. Lao natives living abroad are also exempt from visa fee, maybe you too
Who is eligible or not eligible for Laos visa on arrival, how to get it, what the procedures are, where it is available, and what it costs for different nationalities
Lao nationals getting Laos passports is now easy and straight forward, just a bit of preparation will save you time and hassled
Laos visa exemption is given to a number of countries under the mutual agreement between the governments. Lao natives living abroad are also exempt from visa fee, maybe you too
Laos Festivals spread out year round, the majority of these festivals are based in the Buddhist faith and have been celebrated with enthusiasm since ancient days