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Laos

  • Formerly the capital of Lane Xang (land of a million elephants); the entire town was denoted as a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1995.

  • Located in the remote north-west near the infamous ‘Golden Triangle’ with an entry check-point from Thailand and a border with Myanmar. The area is renowned

  • A small village located above the Mekong River, an interesting stop-over for river cruises between Luangprabang and Houeisay.

  • Home of several distinctive local tribes living in pristine forests with indigenous wildlife and a large native bird population, offering a memorable glimpse at an

  • A mountainous area with some caves and waterfalls, but most famous for the Plain of Jars. Huge jars carved from stone and weighing up to

  • Just 150km north of Vientiane on the Nam Xong River, this quiet, scenic area abounds in caves lurking in the distinctive beauty of the mountain

  • The capital of Laos is on the Mekong River; this cosmopolitan city is the seat of government and the cultural and commercial centre. There are

  • An area renowned as retaining their traditional Lao heritage; also an important trading junction with both Thailand and Vietnam.

  • Pakse is the ideal place for short trips to the former capital of Champassak and the memorable World Heritage pre-Angkor ruins of Vat Phou.

  • Near Cambodia with the huge Khonephapheng waterfalls; between November and May the rare white Mekong River dolphins may be seen.

  • This area is home to several waterfalls and local, minority villages that can be visited by riding on elephants. Also tea, coffee and fruit plantations

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