Vientiane, the sleepy capital city, is the point of arrival for most visitors to Laos. Despite being the country’s largest city, Vientiane has a population of only 450,000. There is a timeless feel to the dusty streets, riverside cafes and ancient temples of this beguiling cit.
Luang Prabang was the former royal capital of Laos, also had the longest monarch in Southeast Asia with more than 62 kings over 600 years. The Cultural Heritage tour takes you through a myriad of temples that were left behind after the monarchy was dissolved in 1975. UNESCO preserves this historical city, known as one of the last Shangri-Las of Southeast Asia. You will find yourself mesmerized by the culture and captivated by the beautiful fairy tale setting
The south East Asia longest monarch reign of more than 63 kings over 600 years was formally dissolved here in 1975, goodbye their throne and left with numerous of rich cultural, myriad temples for their people to discover to preserve. UNESCO fittingly called one of the last Shangri-Las of Southeast Asia, which your journey will experience all these sites.
UNESCO has recognized and preserved a former capital of the realm, known in the 13th century as "the Kingdom of millions of elephants, ancient capital Luang Prabang, ruin Khmer temple of Wat Phou in Pakse and the mystery unknown 2500-5000 years of plain of jars in Xiengkhouang
Meet and drive to Thai Lao Border at Chongmek, after finishing the entry formalities, continue by road to Pakse at Muangkhao pier, we then board the long trail motor boat downstream the Mekong to Champassak, visit the ruins of Wat Phu, the pre-Angkorian temple, which is well known as the most important Hindu sanctuary of the Khmer Empire between 9th –13th centuries.