Khao nom kok – Laos coconut cakes

As you stroll through the night market, there’s a good chance you’ll end up gobbling down Laos coconut cakes. Made with rice flour and coconut...
Kaipen (Fried Seaweed)

>>Or Lam, Laos’ spicy stew >>Lao sausage Kaipen – Laos crispy river weed The weeds are washed and rinsed to remove dirt, then drained and dried. Women...
Or lam

Or lam is a soupy stew incorporating a range of vegetables — string beans and bamboo are common — and any of a variety...
Green papaya salad

Green papaya salad is a spicy salad made from shredded unripe papaya. It is of Lao origin but it is also eaten throughout Southeast...
Lao sausage

Lao sausage, also known as Laotian sausage / Sai Oua / Sai Ua or Sai Gork / Sai Kork , usually refers to a...
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...
Khao soi

Khao soi or khao soy is a Burmese-influenced dish served widely in northern Laos and northern Thailand. The name means "cut rice" in Thai,...
Khao Poon Nam Pa

Vientiane has Khao Piak for breakfast. In Pakse, they have Khao Poon Nam Pa for breakfast. In the morning, visit a boat dock where...
Ping Kai (Grilled Chicken)

If you’re a fan of Asian foods be sure to try these “Panaeng-Kai-Ping” is fragrant and sumptuous It’s Grilled chicken panaeng Can do for...
Khao Piak Sien

I was craving some good Laotian Khao Piak Sien and then I remembered the stewing hens in my freezer. My dad sent me home...

Luang Prabang View Hotel is perched on a hill top in Northern Laos’s Heritage city. Located in the center of the city it boasts breathtaking panoramic views of the misty Rocky Mountains and the valley. This truly magnificent hotel was restored to its original splendor and is easily among the best one can expect in this world heritage city.

Villa Ban Lakkham is a charming 10-room Boutique hotel in the UNESCO world Heritage Site of Luang Prabang, nestled in the confluence of the Mekong and Num Khan Rivers.

Wat Inpeng or Vat Inpeng is one of the less visited temples in the center of Vientiane, found near the banks of the Mekong river.