• World Heritage Luang Prabang 4 days/ 3 Nights

    Tour Highlights: Day 1: Arrival – Luang Prabang Day 2: Luang Prabang – Pak Ou Cave – Luang Prabang (B) Day 3: Luang Prabang – Luang Si Waterfall–Luang Prabang(B) Day 4: Luang Prabang - Departure (B)

  • The Jewels of Kingdom 4 D/3N

    Tour Highlights: Day 1: Arrival Siem Reap Day 2: South Gate of Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat Day 3: Siem Reap – Phnom Penh and City Tour Day 4: Free and Departure .

  • Discovery the Art City of Myanmar 5D/4N

    Tour Highlights: Day 1 Arrival Day 2 Yangon - Bagan Day 3 Bagan - Mandalay Day 4 Mandalay - Yangon Day 5 Departure

  • Vietnam Tour all in one - 18D/17B

    Tour Highlights: Day 1: Ho Chi Minh Arrival Day 2: Ho Chi Minh – Cu Chi Tunnels – Ho Chi Minh B, L Day 3: Ho Chi Minh – Cai Be floating Market–Can Tho B,L Day 4: Can Tho – Cai Rang floating market – Ho Chi Minh – Nha Trang B, L Day 5: Nha Trang B Day 6: Nha Trang – Danang – Hoi An B Day 7: Hoi An – My Son – Hoi An B Day 8: Hoi An B Day 9: Hoi An – Hue City Tour B, L Day 10: Hue – Hanoi B, L Day 11: Hanoi City Tour B, L Day 12: Hanoi – Tam Coc – Hanoi & Train to Sapa B, L Day 13: Lao Cai – Sapa – Lao Chai – Ta Van – Topas Ecolodge B, L, D Day 14: Topas Ecolodge – Ban Ho Village – Sapa B, L Day 15: Sapa – Market – Lao Cai & Train to Hanoi B, L Day 16: Hanoi – Halong Bay Cruise B, L, D Day 17: Halong – Hanoi B Day 18: Hanoi Departure (B)

  • Classic Thailand featuring Koh Samui 8D/7N

    Tour Highlights: Day 1: Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport to Bangkok Hotel Day 2 : Half Day Grand Palace and Temple Tour (B,D) Day 3 : Full Day Floating Market and Sampran Riverside with lunch (B,L) Day 4 : Bangkok Hotel to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (B) Day 5 : Half Day Chiang Mai City Temples Tour (B) Day 6 : Half Day Doi Suthep and Meo Tour (B) Day 7 : Chiang Mai – Bangkok - Departure (B)

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Laos is geographically mountainous, culture diverse, spiritually rich and historically fascinating country with 18 provinces ethnically diverse, with remote villages housing communities of ethnic minorities whose lifestyles cultures and traditions have remained intact over the centuries. Many of these villages offer day or ½ day trips, providing visitors with ranges of activities for a closer insight into Laos’ magnificent cultural heritage. Explore its beautiful landscapes scattered with mesmerizing architectural accomplishments make Laos a wonderful destination.

Laos has two UNESCO World Heritage Sites - The Ancient City of Luang Prabang and the pre-Angkorian Vat Phou Temple Complex. There is also the mysterious Plain of Jars, a forthcoming World Heritage Site that has significant archaeological, historical and natural value for you to explore.

Luang Prabang: The Ancient Town of Luang Prabang in the center of northern Laos has been described as one of the most charming and best preserved towns in Southeast Asia. There are 34 Buddhist temples among Luang Prabang's colonial and Chinese architecture, all set in a backdrop of lush green mountains. The Mekong River frames the town's western border, and it remains an important commercial and recreational transportation link.

Vibrant cultural traditions, rituals and distinctive artwork such as temple murals, woodcarvings and pottery make Luang Prabang an attractive destination for a wide range of interests. Due to its outstanding cultural and natural features, the town was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995.

The town is directly accessible by air from Bangkok, Vientiane and Chiang Mai, and travelers looking for a bit of adventure can opt for overland travel from all directions. There is also regular boat service on the Mekong (a two-day voyage) to and from Houeixai, which borders Chiang Kong in northern Thailand.

Vat Phou: The Vat Phou Temple Complex and the surrounding Champasak Heritage Landscape is located 500 km south of Vientiane on the east bank of the Mekong River in Champasak province. Vat Phou is an excellent example of early classical Khmer architecture, dating from the 7th to 12th centuries AD.

At the foot of Vat Phou is the ancient city of Shestupura, which was settled in the 5th century AD, and is believed to be the oldest urban settlement in Southeast Asia. Besides the main Vat Phou Temple Complex, there are several lesser-known archeological and nature sites nearby that can take some time to explore.

The quiet town of Champasak, gateway to Vat Phou, is accessible via short car or bus ride from Pakse. There is also a regular boat service on the Mekong to Champassak that takes 2-3 hours.

The Plain of Jars: The Plain of Jars is situated on the Xieng Khouang Plateau in north-central Laos, and is comprised of thousands of stone jars in clusters of up to 300, and varying from one to over three meters in height.

Local legend claims the jars were constructed to distill an alcoholic brew to celebrate a victorious military campaign over an ancient king. However, archaeological evidence suggests that the jars are funerary urns, carved by Bronze Age people around 2,000 years ago.

Due to its strategic location, the Plain of Jars played a pivotal role in the Second Indochina War and was the site of many ground battles and intense aerial bombardment. Xieng Khouang is now a peaceful area with cool weather, vast grasslands, several ethnic minorities, hot springs and caves.

Based on the Plain of Jars' extraordinary heritage, the Lao Government is preparing a nomination dossier for submission to the UNESCO World Heritage Centre to inscribe the area as a World Heritage Site. The Plain of Jars is accessible by air from Vientiane and Luang Prabang. Overland travel is possible from northern and central Laos and north-central Vietnam.