Gentle and calm, Laos is the inner sanctum of South East Asia’s Indochine. Colonised by the French and land locked, Laos is perfectly combined with Vietnam or Northern Thailand for a luxurious yet adventurous retreat from modern day life.






Lao culture is centered on the pleasures of life: eating, drinking, sleeping and chatting with friends. Work obligations rarely take priority over socialization. It's common to be asked if meals, weekend activities, weddings and whatever you're doing right now is “muan,” or enjoyable.

Best Time To Travel

The small, landlocked country of Laos is best visited between October and April, when the weather's warm and dry throughout. River travel is best between November and January, when high water levels make passage easy along Laos' main waterway, the Mekong River.


E. Jennings - April 2023

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The most fabulous travel packages! Just as I thought I found the most beautiful places in South East Asia, along comes Laos! I'm smitten and it is only Day 1!



The easiest way to get to Laos is to fly into the capital city, Vientiane. There are direct flights available from various cities in Asia, such as Bangkok, Hanoi, and Kuala Lumpur. Alternatively, you can also take a bus or boat from neighboring countries such as Thailand (boat), Vietnam (bus).



There are ample lodgings in Laos to suit every budget and preference. From budget-friendly hostels and guesthouses to mid-range hotels and luxurious resorts. Homestays and eco-lodges are also popular options for those looking for a more authentic and sustainable travel experience.



Laos offers a range of experiences and tours to suit every interest. Explore the cultural heritage of the country by visiting ancient temples and traditional villages. Adventure enthusiasts can enjoy activities such as trekking, kayaking, and zip-lining. For a more relaxing experience, enjoy a sunset cruise along the Mekong River or indulge in a traditional Lao massage.



Lao cuisine is a delicious and diverse blend of flavors and influences from neighboring countries. Must-try dishes include sticky rice, laap (a minced meat salad), and tam mak hoong (spicy green papaya salad). The country also offers a variety of street food and local specialties such as grilled meats and freshwater fish dishes.


Laos City Guides

Luxperia city guides for Laos offer comprehensive information on the country's top destinations, including the capital city of Vientiane, and the historic town of Luang Prabang.

Highlights include stunning temples, lush landscapes, traditional markets, and delicious cuisine. The guides also provide practical tips on transportation, accommodations, and cultural etiquette.




A Sample Itinerary

An exciting sample itinerary ready to be tailored for every traveller’s need. Contact our team to design a trip dedicated to your own personal interests or use the following as a guide to what can be achieved in this destination.

For first-time visitors to Laos, we've created a 'Grand Tour' covering the top highlights of this beautiful country. While often overshadowed by its neighbor Thailand, Laos boasts stunning landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and delicious cuisine. Whether you have a week or a month, our tour will help you make the most of your time in Laos.



Welcome to the captial Vientiane

Once arrived in Vientiane, meet your local guide and transfer to Lunch at Doi Ka Noi restaurant. A small restaurant serving a daily changing menu of authentic Lao cuisine. Doi Ka Noi is a member of Slow Food. We cannot cater for vegans as all dishes. Use fish sauce or pa daek, essential ingredients in Lao food.

Afternoon, drive to visit the Buddha Park. It is located around 30 minutes driving from downtown, locally also call Vat Xieng Khuan. It contains numerous of religious sculptures mixing Hindu and Buddhist styles and displays over 200 statues along the Mekong Riverbank. Return to town, visit The Cooperative Orthotic and Prosthetic Enterprise (COPE) works in partnership with the Centre for Medical Rehabilitation (CMR) to ensure that people with physical disabilities have local, affordable access to a quality, nationally managed rehabilitation service. Come and learn about the history of UXO in Laos and stories of how our work has helped people move on.


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