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Kuang Si Falls are truly spectacular and the biggest waterfall in Luang Prabang. This multi-tier waterfall is about 30km out of town. The road to the falls winds through hills with spectacular natural views
Luang Prabang Night Market is a place not to be missed when looking for unique items as souvenir. Most are handmade from local ethic groups
Laos-Vietnam bus service is available through out Laos from north through south, Oudomxay, Luang Prabang, Houaphanh, Xiengkhuang, Vientiane Capital, Khammuane, Savannakhet, Champasak, Attapeu
Options to for your Vientiane airport transfer: Airport Shuttle Bus, Airport Taxi, Private Taxi (online booking available) and free airport transfer offered by most high end hotels
Hello, I looked every where online and i can't find fresh update about border open to foreigner between Myanmar and Laos. Do you have any info that you
My name is Ginger MacDonald. I am traveling to Laos next week. I live in China and am a travel writer. Could you please answer a few questions for me?
Your Laos travel storries, tips, recommendations, experience to share with the rest
Hello, I am looking to see if you have any information on the Laos border crossing with China in Phongsaly province at Lantouy. It is very hard to find