Vientiane, as the capital and also one of the largest cities in Laos, still remains peaceful atmosphere in its huge tree lines along the street, ancient gorgeous temples and slow pace of life. This private tour will take you to explore one of the most popular attraction in Vientiane - Buddha Park. The park is home to over 200 statues of Buddha and Hinduism characters made by concrete, especially the enormous sleeping Buddha statue which is 40 m in length. Pay attention to each statue with different emotions and facial expression. Also enjoy a sightseeing tour of Vientiane City with magnificent monuments reflecting a glorious period in history of Laos including Vat Sisaket, That Luang and Patuxay. Enjoy this beautiful Buddhist land and learn its history from your private guide!
• 8 hours
Enjoy a half-day guided tour to discover the hidden charms of Vientiane meaning the "city of sandal wood". Vientiane is one of the quietest capital cities in the world, far away from the bustle and hustle of other Asian capitals. Visit some of the most popular attractions including the Wat Sisake, Wat Phra Ke, Presidential Palace and more.
• 4 hours
Bangkok’s Grand Palace and the temple complex of Wat Phra Kaew belong to some of the most remarkable building complexes in world. They were founded by King Rama 1 in 1782 when Bangkok became the new capital of the country.
• 4 hours
Discover the hidden charms of Vientiane, translated as 'the city of sandalwood.' Vientiane is one of the quietest capital cities in the world, different from the hustle and bustle of its neighbors. With a private guide you'll visit the Buddha Park, also known as Xieng Khuan, with more than 200 Buddhist and Hindu statues. Also stop by the temples of Wat Si Saket, Wat Ho Phra Keo, Wat Si Muang, and more.
• 8 hours
This is one of the most popular roads between Vientaine and Vang Vieng. You will spend a night in Vang Vieng to enjoy the beautiful scenery of limestone mountains, villages, and explore some of its many caves. The drive between two cities will bring chances to encounter with local hill tribe people from their village.
• 2 days
Laos is justifiably famous for its beautiful weaving traditions, and the capital, Vientiane, is dotted with small-scale weaving centres and tucked-away boutiques stocking fine examples of silk and cotton weaving work. While browsing, learn more about the importance of weaving to Lao culture ... and have the chance to shop.
• 1 day
Vientiane is the capital and largest city of Laos, located in the banks of the Mekong River. This tour will take you visit many historic temples, national monuments, etc by bicycle in your own way.
• 5 hours
A combination tour where we cruise in comfort and in a laid-back way along the capital’s main sites before heading out to the Buddha Park: a somewhat awkward place that doubles now as both a religious park and a place for the local community to relax.
• 9 hours
A 90-kilometer drive from Vientiane and you reach an amazing region of Laos; the vast Nam Ngum Reservoir has been a favourite among tourists and locals alike for its peaceful, quiet settings, surrounded by various, very traditional forms of agriculture.
• 9 hours
Anyone making it to Luang Prabang should permit an early morning wake-up call to bear witness and be blessed by giving alms to monks. A ritual so engulfed with spirituality, grace and devotion to Buddhism, nothing short of making it a Laos’ highlight.
• 2.5 hours