Now that lockdown is starting to ease and we can finally start leaving the house to do more than shoppingRead more
We’ve made a compilation of some of the best and most popular camps happening in Vientiane and nearby to keep your little ones engaged over the summer breakRead more
If you’re new to Laos it probably didn’t take you long to realise that Lao culture is very different to western cultures. To try and help you navigate the complexities of Lao culture we’ve put together this handy list of Do’s and Don’ts to help make sure you can get on with the local community.Read more
12 predictions for the travel and tourism industry in AsiaRead more
The Luang Prabang Half Marathon offers the general population to get healthier and train, while at the same time it donates the money collected from the registration to the Lao Friends Hospital for Children (LFHC).Read more
There was great excitement when, for the first time in Laos’ history, Vang Vieng hosted the first-ever trail run in the country.Read more
Kaolao cave in Nam-Eng village, Viengphoukha district, Luang Namtha province, will reopen at the end of this year after being closed for five months so that visitor amenities can be built.Read more
Laos has two very distinct seasons: the wet (May – October) and the dry (November – April) — each of which has its own advantages and disadvantages.
Here we present our top 5 reasons for coming to Laos during the Green Season!