Calm your mind and practice wholesome meditation in a Lao Buddhist temple
328 steps lead to a beautiful view over ancient golden temples that reflect the last beams of the falling Sun
Lao rice dishes can be spicy, salty, or sweet. Do not miss the chance to try the latter in one of its many variations
The hidden world of Laos is as impressive as its architectural gems above ground
Wander the green jungles of Arabica and Robusta in Laos
Blooming poppies turn the green hills of Laos into amazing impressionist pictures
Exploring Laos via kayak is a great adventure
This activity is undoubtedly for those who are not afraid of heights
Enjoy the unique experience of caring for an elephant
Try out some climbing in the Karst hills for great views of the green countryside and winding rivers
Buddhist and Hindu gods and deities gather in Spirit City near Vientiane
Rural Lao weddings are a great demonstration of national traditions. Hopefully some friends will invite you over
This is where the mysterious and enigmatic Laos unfolds
A bike journey may be the best way to explore all the beautiful details and hidden gems of Laos
These gorgeous flowers are most beautiful in their native habitat
Enjoy a quiet and tiny Lao village on the bank of Mekong River and learn how to make real rice whiskey
Coconut milk with meat and vermicelli may sound weird, but it definitely tastes great!
Lao crispy river weed
Trekking in the rainforests can be somewhat challenging, but very rewarding with magnificent vistas and untouched nature
No fireworks or fancy family dinners, but rather a temple worship, splashing water, and street food
This ceremony helps people to bind one's inner spirits to the body for good health and luck
For just the right amount of rain try the Lao way and send off a rocket to the god of rain
An indigenous ethnic group of Northern Laos displays their own festive traditions
It can be a very calming and peaceful experience to join the Lao people in temples on the first day of Buddhist Lent
Water dragons, flower boats, and floating candles—all part of this magical festival!
If you can swim, this should be on the top of your list in Laos
How far will you go to dive into ancient cultures?
The most important Buddhist celebration in Laos welcomes its visitors with flowers, music, and wax castles
While butterflies dance around, your mind can calm you can enjoy their simple colourful beauty
Though this species is endangered, great efforts are being made by the people of Laos to save it
A peaceful trip along the Mekong River is a great way to get acquainted with Lao people and take great pictures
Get your dose of colour in Laos and try all the unique fruit!
Pink stars have fallen from the sky to rest on clear water and be named water lilies
Why not broaden your palate with various insect species?
Lao people commonly celebrate New Years with spicy papaya salad
Delicious and part of an ancient legend these coconut cakes are truly irresistible!