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Address: Vientiane 856, Laos
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+856 21 218 879
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As an industry-leading tour operator, we provide quality, expertly-guided...

As an industry-leading tour operator, we provide quality, expertly-guided tours to Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam for both domestic and international clients. Our enthusiastic and friendly staff members are well-trained, highly experienced in Indochina travel, and ready to meet any of your travel needs. They are also multilingual, providing service in English, French and Chinese. In addition, our high customer service standards ensure that your trip to the Indochina region will be an amazing, unforgettable experience.

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Visit to Vang Vieng

Looking for a day trip I found this group and requested additional info which was promptly answered and the trip was booked. The guide had a lot of knowledge to share making it... read more

Reviewed 23 June 2016
Torben J
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Reviewed 23 June 2016 via mobile

Looking for a day trip I found this group and requested additional info which was promptly answered and the trip was booked. The guide had a lot of knowledge to share making it very interesting to understand the Lao culture and history. One thing I found very good was an initial discussion of what my main interest were and so... More 

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2 Thank Torben J
Wickham
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Reviewed 8 June 2016 via mobile

We only spent one day in Vientiane heading north and one day on the way back to Bangkok. We found a tuk tuk driver who took us on a bit of a tour of the town. We saw two temples, the usual Buddhist temples although one complex was very large and impressive. It was a very hot day and inside... More 

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2 Thank Stephen W
Jabbeke, Belgium
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Reviewed 3 November 2015

Some call it 'small Bangkok' . Not for the nightlife. Maybe for THE structure of the temples. Even the names are similar. museum and temples share THE same site near the river

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4 Thank shweyoo2015
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Reviewed 30 October 2013

This my first visit to Laos and I was not disappointed and joyously bewildered by the varied program over five days and four nights that we stayed at the Seaview Riverside Hotel.The day we arrived we played 18 holes golf at Long Vien Golf club but by the time we finished it was already dark and also encountered problems of... More 

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4 Thank Obulan78
Munich, Germany
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Reviewed 30 August 2013

Very cheap to rent a private van or car here. i been there with my best friend last February 2013 everything such quite peace and love their culture smile and good service for our driver that day . They speak English quite good and recommended where we should visit even you never been there before in the capital of Lao... More 

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9 Thank Monkeymunich
Macabalan, Cagayan de Oro, Philippines
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Reviewed 16 April 2013

we made it to laos by riding a train from bangkok, thailand to the its last border Nongkai, we took the night train and arrive in nongkai 2hrs delay, arrived around11 a,m then had another 15 min train , then my family rode a van about 400 baht to Vientiane central, we rent a tuk-tuk for a whole day tour... More 

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6 Thank Gerry d
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Reviewed 5 February 2013

I arrived at the Wattay International airport at 0950. Taxi rides to down town USD7. Approached Tuk tuk for 3 hrs tour for 300,000kips to 5 locations. Buddha park entry 5,000kips, Friendship bridge pay 3,000kips back to city center to visit stupha, sleeping buddha, Patuxai, president palace n wat mixay. I had lunch at fruit heaven. All within 3 hrs.

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11 Thank iszali
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Reviewed 23 July 2012

I liked the beautiful temples all over the city ! Best to rent ( and negotiate a good price with the Taxi- tuk tuks ) They charge US$ 10 per hour which becomes the most expensive thing on my trip here. Food was mostly hot bowls of noodles ( for hygiene purposes ) the restaurants do overcharge for simple Fried... More 

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5 Thank carrie951
Bangkok
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Reviewed 7 April 2012

I just came back from my Indochina survey trip. I was told there is not much going on in Vientiane... I have to say it changed a LOT. Apart of the normal sightseeing of the smallest capital in the world it has something else unique to offer: Carol Cassidy helped bring fame to Laos weaving. I visited her atelier and... More 

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7 Thank travelwithus888
Verona, Italy
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Reviewed 19 December 2011

We recommend the Vientiane Stopover 4days/ 3 nights. The tour is short but long enough for you to take another journey. Laos is famous as a Buddhist country and very predictable that we saw many temples along the way and Buddha statues, monks almost everywhere. It’s very sacred that it looks like the country is blessed and it turns out... More 

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