Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995, Luang Prabang resides by the sacred confluence of the Khan and Mekong rivers
While it may be South East Asia’s smallest capital, Vientiane lacks nothing in terms of character and atmosphere. Sporting an obvious French influence and a smattering of later Soviet style buildings
The region surrounding the middle stretch of the Mekong River is usually only seen by foreigners from the river itself, as they travel through on slow boats between Thailand and Luang Prabang
Mountains, rivers, forests and small villages cover the landscape of Northern Udomxai and Luang Namtha provinces. Home to over 40 ethnic minorities
While mountains clad in green forest is not an unusual sight in northern Laos, in Muang Ngoi, specifically at Nong Khiaw and Muang Ngoi Neua it moves into the extraordinary.
Xieng Khuang and Hua Phan lie in north-eastern Laos along the border with Vietnam. These sparsely populated provinces are home to meandering roads, the mysterious Plain of Jars and the stunningly beautiful Vieng Xai Caves
Existing in a space between Lao and Chinese culture, Phongsali is a rugged province home to traditional hill tribes and stunning mountain views.