Weather in Laos

>>Culture of Laos >>A traditional Lao home About weather in Laos The Laos climate is mainly tropical, with a seasonal monsoon and this means the weather is...
Laos

Traditionally, a Buddhist ceremony which is performed every year is called Hidsipsong, tradition of 12 months, while the fourteen rules on salutation made by...
A Traditional Lao Home

The unique characteristic of A traditional Lao home has a direct impression on the Lao people and their live hoods that is different from the...
Som moo

Som moo (Lao: ສົ້ມໝູ; also spelled som mou), or naem moo, OR naem, literally "sour pork" or "nem pork", is a type of preserved...
People of Laos

The population of Laos PDR has reached 5,218,000, and is growing at an annual 2.4%. The average population density is 21 per square kilometre,...
Laos cuisine

NAMGNUM DAMP FISH FOOD "Fish salad, Fish soup and steamed fish If these above food are not delicious, it must be depended on the skill of the...
Laos

Laos has 47 minorities of different cultures. Laos has no coast like Vietnam or Thailand, but the Mekong river and its tributaries can be used...
Laos

Laos is the least developed and most enigmatic of the three former French Indochinese states. A ruinous sequence of colonial domination, internecine conflict and...

Oudomxay is idyllic, picturesque, and sometimes hidden in the clouds as it is located at a high elevation. The province looks romantic and spectacular like a mountain basin between some green hills. It offers the dreamlike scenery for photography all year round. If you’re seeking for a photogenic site in Laos, then come to Oudomxay.

Located alongside the legendary Mekong River, Landmark Mekong Riverside Hotel offers 5 stars’ accommodations, dining, meeting and leisure facilities in Vientiane Capital, Lao PDR.

Si Phan Don is situated right in the south of Laos, in the stretch of Mekong River that borders Cambodia. Si Phan Don is a place for relaxation and not doing anything in a hurry. Imagine yourself lying in a hammock with a book, while watching the sunset over the Mekong River that drifts by your bungalow.