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Laos

Visit this untamed traveler’s paradise, which has ancient Buddhist temples, hidden tribal settlements, laid-back cities, lush green countryside and unique wildlife.

From admiring sacred Buddhist monuments to visiting hill tribes, cruising on lazy rivers and exploring riverine islands, Laos boasts a multitude of attractions. It’s a landlocked nation swathed in coffee plantations, jungles, mountains, rice fields and the meandering Mekong River. Off limits to tourism until 1988, today Laos’ antiquated charm, friendly people, thriving indigenous cultures and wild landscapes present the best of Southeast Asia in one single destination. 

Spend a day visiting the colonial landmarks, markets and open-air cafes in the sleepy riverside capital, Vientiane. Marvel at magnificent Buddha statues in nearby Xieng Khuan and dabble in adventure sports at Vang Vieng. Wander between golden shrines and age-old shops in Luang Prabang, a gateway to the grottos of Pak Ou Caves. Sayaboury is good for spotting elephants while Houayxay is among several great starting points for a Mekong River cruise.

Be astounded by the Plain of Jars, a magical landscape of undulating plains decorated with stone jars that are said to be remnants of an old civilization. Head to the country’s northern reaches and go trekking and kayaking in picture-perfect Nong Khiaw. Join hikes to tribal villages from Muang Sing and Luang Namtha. See the rare clouded leopard in Nam Ha National Protected Area and gibbons in Phou Hin Poun National Biodiversity Conservation Area.

Southern Laos sits sandwiched between the Mekong River and Annamite Mountains. Arrange a tour from Thakek to the Mahaxai Caves, which are sheltered by the huge limestone peaks of Khammouane Protected Area. Canoe on the Tham Lot Kong subterranean river. Discover coffee plantations, tribal communities and waterfalls around the Bolaven Plateau. Examine the remains of fallen empires at Vat Phou.

Consider a side trip to Si Phan Don, an archipelago of 4,000 islands at the country’s southernmost tip. Experience indigenous fishing traditions, kayak along twisting waterways and look for pods of the rare Irrawaddy dolphin.

Reach Laos by flying to the international airports in Luang Prabang, Pakse and Vientiane. Expect warm, tropical weather year-round with frequent downpours from May to October. Get around by bike or boat, as the locals do.

Q: Should I book a car while on vacation in Laos?

A: If most of your time will be spent in the buzzing cities of Vientiane or Pakse, it might be wise to use ride-share services or public transportation. But if you're planning to really explore the region of Vientiane Prefecture or elsewhere, you may like to book a ride beforehand. If you're after Cheap Car Hire in Laos, we can steer you in the right direction.

Q: Which airports can I fly in to for a vacation to Laos?

A: There are many airports that service flights into and out of Laos. Kick off your incredible trip from one of these top international terminals:

Q: What are the most popular types of hotels for a vacation to Laos?

A: Most people stay in hotels when in Laos. But you don't need to follow the crowd. You'll also find guest houses, hostels and hotel resorts in abundance here, and they're all available on Expedia.

Q: What does a vacation booking with Expedia include?

A: Car and flight. Hotel and flight. Car and hotel. Flight, hotel and car. You can lock in as much or as little as you want, all in one place. To make the most of your time away, have a look at our experiences and attractions as well.

Q: What is the best way to save money on my vacation to Laos?

A: We're going to let you in on a little secret — it's with our vacation packages. By booking your Flights, Hotels and Experiences with a little help from Expedia, you'll walk away with a deal that'll make your wallet happy. It's that easy. Not quite ready to select that car or hotel just yet? No problem. You can add them to an existing booking later on and still get access to great discounts. For example, how does up to 42% off selected hotels sound?

Q: What are the best things to do in Laos?

A: If you're heading to Vientiane, you really should plan an outing to visit Ban Anou Night Market.

If a stay in Pakse is part of your travel schedule, visit Wat Phabat. It's sure to leave an impression.

We highly recommend visiting Wat Sainyaphum if Savannakhet is the main focus of your stay in Laos.




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