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How to catch a bus in Luang Prabang

Besides flights and trains to Luang Prabang and tuk tuk trishaws (lot-sam-lor) and jumbos (small tuk-tuks) in Luang Prabang, traveling by bus to/from/in town is also popular, even more convenient. Travel to More »

Flight from Hanoi to Luang Prabang – the fastest way to travel

With no cities and towns between, Hanoi and Luang Prabang can be connected with a direct bus ride or a direct flight. A bus ride from Hanoi to Luang Prabang saves you More »

Things to know before visiting Luang Prabang

With the outstanding natural beauty created by gold-plated Buddhist temples, old colonial homes and great green mountains, Luang Prabang is slowly catching up with the rest of the modern world to become More »

ENJOY STICKY RICE OF LAOS

Mystical Laos always bring surprise to visitors when they travel here. Laos is well-known for a plenty of hundred-year-old towers that has been standing still through the times, thousands of Buddha statues More »

How to survive in Laos in rainy season

When planning a trip to Laos, the weather should be one of the first thing you need to care about. Visiting Laos during its rainy season might be much more challenging than More »

 

MandaLao – a sweet home for elephant village in Laos

playing with elephants

No elephant riding, only elephant caring is what you will experience from MandaLao – the great ethical elephant camp locates near Luang Prabang, Laos. Among must do in Luang Prabang, visiting MandaLao is most interesting activities. Many tourists plan to travel to Laos for an elephant riding, elephant dance or circus that are very typical

Tasting sticky rice during your travel to Laos

enjoy sticky rice with laap in Laos

Laos sticky rice is probably a dish that any visitor should not miss when visiting this million elephant country. Different from sticky rice in Vietnam, sticky rice is sweeter, more aromatic. Whenever you chew these rice seeds in your mouth, you will feel bizzy, delicious and delicious. Plan your tour with one week in Laos

How to catch a bus in Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang

Besides flights and trains to Luang Prabang and tuk tuk trishaws (lot-sam-lor) and jumbos (small tuk-tuks) in Luang Prabang, traveling by bus to/from/in town is also popular, even more convenient. Travel to Laos with: Indochina travel Laos Kinds of buses Sleeper: with fold down seats, a sleeper bus is only suitable for an overnight journey

Flight from Hanoi to Luang Prabang – the fastest way to travel

Luang Prabang

With no cities and towns between, Hanoi and Luang Prabang can be connected with a direct bus ride or a direct flight. A bus ride from Hanoi to Luang Prabang saves you much while a 1-hour flight is the fastest way to travel. Each has its own advantage. To get more information, you can click: mango

Things to know before visiting Luang Prabang

Ride a bike to travel around

With the outstanding natural beauty created by gold-plated Buddhist temples, old colonial homes and great green mountains, Luang Prabang is slowly catching up with the rest of the modern world to become the top place to visit in Laos. To have a perfect holiday there, what do you need to know? To get more information,

ENJOY STICKY RICE OF LAOS

Laos sticky rice is served with grilled chicken

Mystical Laos always bring surprise to visitors when they travel here. Laos is well-known for a plenty of hundred-year-old towers that has been standing still through the times, thousands of Buddha statues or historical relics… Particularly, among the unique specialties of Laos, it’s sticky rice that attracts international food lovers to remember about Laos cuisine.

How to survive in Laos in rainy season

Laos in rainy season

When planning a trip to Laos, the weather should be one of the first thing you need to care about. Visiting Laos during its rainy season might be much more challenging than traveling in Cambodia or Thailand but might hide amazing things as well. Travel to Laos with: Travel Laos and Indochina Laos’ weather in

The beauty of Phnom Penh – Siem Reap

Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia seems to be a hustling and bustling city, while Siem Reap is more quiet and mysterious. The joined trip of these two places will bring back to tourists a mix of feelings and incredible experience. Travel to Phnom Penh with: Indochina travel Cambodia Phnom Penh does a good job

Green rice fields – exceptional scenery to remember in Laos

Laos’ green fields - exceptional scenery to remember

In spite of not being typical like the terraced fields in Sapa in the Northern Vietnam, those in Laos still have their own charms. Do you want to feast your own eyes with all these beautiful green rice paddies in this land of a million elephants and jump into the fields? Why don’t you hesitate

Some homestay in Thailand

Oon Lee makes you feel like at home

Oon Lee Bungalows, Koh JumRun by a Thai and French couple – a Frenchwoman and her Thai husband, the gorgeous homely little Oon Lee Bungalows, which are set on a hill in a lush tropical garden, on the Koh Jum Island, blend in with the forest and peer over the sea. Classic Thailand In spite