Phongsali is a beautiful province in Laos, surrounded by high mountains, dense forests and fast flowing river. The province offers a vast selection of amazing things to do especially trekking and physical activities. The following are 5 charming objects to accomplish in the province of Phongsali.
Located in north central Laos on the Mekong River, Luang Prabang is a charming town that offers the perfect balance between exploration of its attractions and quiet reflection for absorbing all of the amazing things you are guaranteed to see and do while you are there. Below are some outdoor activities you can do in Luang Prabang, Laos.
Vientiane used to be the tranquil little town, but now, this destination becomes trendy with lots of night party establishments for tourists to play after dinner. Here are the top 5 places to stay vigorous and spirited during the night time in Vientiane.
Phonsavan, Laos is not recognizable for the nightlife hubs; rather, this city is mostly laid-back when the night falls. Luckily, there are some certain restaurants and bars for the party holidaymakers to experience the real Phonsavan nightlife. Let us figure out the ideal party establishments to savor the sundowner and see how the Phonsavan locals live at night.
After 90 kilometers drive north from Vientiane and you will reach Nam Ngum-the amazing region of Laos.
The UNESCO World Heritage City of Luang Prabang is the perfect place to see one of the most sacred Lao traditions, the Buddhist Alms Giving Ceremony.
Learning about silk worms, how silk is made, the natural dying process and weaving techniques will be an unforgettable experience when travelling in Laos.
Kayak tour allows you to move off the beaten path and to see the natural beauty that Laos has to offer. If you are looking to take a break from the social side of traveling through Laos and undertake an activity, Kayaking could be just what you are looking for.
One of the best way to appreciate the abundance of natural beauty that surrounds Luang Prabang is trekking with a local guide.
Old Quarter of Luang Prabang – a peninsula surrounded by the Nam Khan and Mekong Rivers, nestled between lush green mountains, home to numerous Buddhist temples with a heavy French influence.
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