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Laos Tours, Private Package Holidays for Asians 

Laos Tours for Asians

Classic Laos Tour – 5 Days

Visiting speepy Laos capital city where many ancient momuments and stupas Up there in Luang Prabang, you experience the ancient kingdom of Laos where traditionally remain uncharged in century. Perhaps drop a text book to local kid and support local community at Ban Khia Luang Big Brother Mouse. Take a boat trip along the Mekong River. Sunset experience on top of mount Phousi and all you desire.

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Delight Laos Tour – 3 Days

  • Tour route: Vientiane – Vang Vieng - Vientiane
  • Duration: 3 days
  • Date: No fixed departure dates. You may go whenever you wish.
  • Start/End: Vientiane/Vientiane
  • Tour type: Landscape, Culture and Nature
  • Tour Customizable: Absolutely! (Tell us your specific requirements in the inquiry form)

Laos Tours for Asians

Images of Laos Tour – 6 Days

This below perfect itineraries are mixed between experiencing modern town of Vientiane and journey to remote spectacular landscape of Vang Vieng mountain karst and mountain range of northern Laos and the end of your trip at UNESCO ancient town of Luang Prabang where is the Laos’ popular tourist destinations that you should not miss out.

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Laos Revealed Tour – 4 Days

A tour combining the two magical cities takes you through the history of the land of a million elephants. Laos is still very much undiscovered and after decades of isolation, tourists are able to experience Southeast Asia’s best-kept secret. Highlights of this tour include exploring the unique temple architecture of Luang Prabang, the astonishing views over the city from the top of Mount Phousi and visiting the National buildings in Vientiane

This morning you have the option and opportunity to rise early and participate in the daily morning ritual of ‘Alms Giving’, you will experience saffron-clad monks collecting offerings or ‘Alms’ from faithful local residents. This tradition is unique to Laos, being the only Buddhist nation still preserving the daily procession.