Laos is a landlocked Southeast Asian country which is home to a myriad of breathtakingly beautiful places and attractions. Read on to know some of those places you could visit during your stay in Laos.


Vientiane was a trading post when the county was under the control of the French. Today it is the capital city of Laos and houses a collection of French architectural buildings, ornate Buddhist shrines and temples. If you plan on visiting this city, Somerset Vientiane which is one of the serviced apartments in Vientiane is an option worth considering for your stay.

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Vang Vieng

If you are the person who was born and raised in a city, this town may seem like paradise! Nestled amidst formidable limestone mountains and lush green rice fields, Vang Vieng is the perfect destination for nature lovers and backpackers.

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Luang Prabang

The city itself is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is truly a wondrous place to be when you are in Laos. Kuang Si Waterfalls, Black Bear Rescue Center, Mount Phousi Temple are some of the places you might not want to miss during your visit here.

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Located in the Northeastern regions of Laos, Phonsavan is the capital of the Xieng Khouang province the main attraction of this place is the plain of jars, which is a mystical location where you’ll find thousands to jar shaped stones are scattered across the region. It has been recently discovered that these jars were used as coffins to bury humans.

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Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+