Indo China by Ian Fegent (10719) 2011-11-02 - 2011-12-12
In late 2011 we travelled through Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia for a memorable trip. We started in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) then via Hoi An and Hue to Hanoi for side trips to Halong Bay and Sapa. Next was Luang Prbang followed by Siem Reap and the Angkor temples.
Finall we returned to Saigon for a visit to the Mekong Delta. (70 photos)
Peaceful Luang Prabang 2008 by patshoo Shoocongdej (952) 2008-11-16 - 2008-11-22
This trip was my dream trip!,Because I know this place from refrence book in my university's library(yes,I finished long time ago).I heard about laos visiting years and many thing that seem to contaminated my dream town.I decide to real visit my dream place on 16 - 22/11/08.
I use the fastest way to luang prabang by Bangkok airway that flew 2 hour on 16/11/08.I arrived in afternoon with fresh air in my lung and happiness in my eye. Let's go!. (1 photo)
Akha Trail - Lao minorities by Ricardo Lopes (35577) 2007-10-17 - 2007-10-19
This trek was a 3 day cultural odyssay into the life and culture of Lao minorities. I learned about their life in the forest, in the fields and in the village. In gibbon country, this trip took me through Khmu settlements and along meandering streams before climbing the mountain slopes with vistas of the protected forests of the Nam Ha.
I met the Lahu people and spent 1 night in a Khmu village and other in an Akha village. (17 photos)
Back to Laos after 20 years by JM Hullot (19113) 2007-11-29 - 2007-12-08
First time I came to Laos was in 1989. At that time Laos was mostly closed to foreigners. A few tourists from Eastern Europe, a few westerners as well who were working in the country. I was lucky enough to get a visa through a Thai friend who knew a minister in the government. I was restricted to stay in Vientiane and Luang Prabang. When I came back to Luang Prabang last december, a few things had changed but I found the same wonderful people in an almost unspoiled country. (20 photos)
Heritage Sites of South East Asia by Angshuman Chatterjee (56760) 2006-01-02 - 2006-01-15
Siem Reap (Angkor), Luan Prabang & Ayutthaya. It was an experience I do not have words to describe. Angkor,Luang Prabang and Ayutthaya all carry legacies of India. Hindu kings built Angkor while Buddhist architecture, which has shaped Luang Prabang & Ayutthaya, have their roots in India. And the people in both places acknowledge that. It is on seeing these amazing works of art and culture in distant countries that I felt what a great country I belong to, and that I was proud to be an Indian. ... (full story) (71 photos)
Beautiful Laos by David Smeaton (3992) 2005-12-28 - 2006-01-02
Without reservation, I'd say that Laos is the most amazing country I've visited so far. The people were beautiful, the country was fantastic and it was the most laid back place I've ever been.
It's a place I can see myself living in ... ... (full story) (18 photos)
Journey through Laos by Kath Featherstone (51130) 2006-01-30 - 2006-02-14
After travelling for two days with an overnight stop at Bangkok we reached the Thai/Laos border. From Ban Houei Sai, we travelled through parts of the north by bus, before setting off by boat down the Mekong to Luang Prabang. We flew from there to Vientiane and then on to Phonsovan in the Northeast and back to Vientiane. We then drove south to Pakse, followed by boat to the 4,000 islands. We spent time at Tad Lo before returning to Thailand and back home. ... (full story) (66 photos)
Deep into Laos by koichi watanabe (54) 2003-06-00 - 2003-06-00
Last year, I went deep into Laos, far from the well known areas. I found dirt-poor people in rag but smiling and happy with their life.
- The killing of the pig is the first part of this travelogue. If I find some interest, I will write a few more articles. ... (full story) (3 photos)