Wat Sasiket, also known as Sisaket, is an early 19th century Buddhist monastery in the center of Vientiane. It is the oldest temple of the town that is still in its original form.
Tham Kong Lo or Kong Lo Cave, is a limestone cave in Phu Hin Bun National Park which has been described as a geological wonder of Southeast Asia.
Wat Phou temple complex near Champasak, Laos is an ancient Hindu temple, marked by beautiful natural scenery and a quiet environment.
Haw Pha Bang is located on the grounds of the Royal Palace Museum which is one of the most attactive monuments in Luang Prabang.
Located 45 minutes from Luang Prabang town, pass through local villages and teak plantations to reach Kuang Si Waterfall which is one of the most amazing natural attractions in Laos.
The impressive Wat Mai Temple is one of Luang Prabang’s largest and most richly decorated temples.
Mekong riverfront is an interesting destination in Vientiane province, Laos. Coming here, tourist can enjoy and discover beauty landscapes and the mystery of Vientiane.
Tad Lo is located in Salavan province, but most commonly visited on trips based from Pakse, 85 kilometres away via the Salavan Road.
Presidential Palace is the official residence of the President of Laos located in the capital, Vientiane. Beautiful structure and architecture, it became a famous tourist destination in Vientiane.
The Pak Ou Caves are one of the most treasured religious symbols of the Luang Prabang Province.