Phongsali is the northernmost province of Laos which might meet your desire to run away the bustling life. If you’re seeking for a peaceful and authentic destination to hide from hassle and bustle, Phongsali is perfect choice for you.
Tham Khoun Xe Cave is a perfect destination for the so-called adventurers who have a passion for the large cave, special rocky structure, river, and age-old forest. It is the biggest river cave, which is set in the far-off province at the center of Laos: Khammouane.
Si Phan Don is situated right in the south of Laos, in the stretch of Mekong River that borders Cambodia. Si Phan Don is a place for relaxation and not doing anything in a hurry. Imagine yourself lying in a hammock with a book, while watching the sunset over the Mekong River that drifts by your bungalow.
Wat Aham is a small temple consisting of a sim and two ancient stupas. It has a history of both Buddhism and spirit worship.
Wat Mahathat is one of the more ornate, attractive temples of Luang Prabang. The temple also known as Wat Phra Mahathat or Wat That is located near the Mekong river South West of Mount Phousi.
Wat Wisunalat or Wat Visoun is Luang Prabang’s oldest temple. The temple houses an important collection of ancient Buddha images in Luang Prabang.
Khone Falls, a series of cascading waterfalls in the Mekong river is one of Laos’ most beautiful natural attractions. The impressive falls in Champasak province near the Cambodian border are the largest in volume in South East Asia.
Plain of Jars is a group of fields containing thousands of stone jars cut out from rock thousands of years ago.
Wat Inpeng or Vat Inpeng is one of the less visited temples in the center of Vientiane, found near the banks of the Mekong river.
Wat Chantabuli, known by local people as Wat Chan is one of the many less visited temples in the old part of Vientiane.