Laos is a Southeast Asian country traversed by the Mekong River and known for mountainous terrain, French colonial architecture, hill tribe settlements and Buddhist monasteries. Vientiane, the capital, is the site of the That Luang monument, where a reliquary reportedly houses the Buddha’s breastbone, plus the Patuxai war memorial and Talat Sao (Morning Market), a complex jammed with food, clothes and craft stalls. See Laos with help from Wyld Family Travel’s detailed Laos travel guides.
- La Seine by Burasari Vientiane LaosMany people dream of waking up on the banks of the mighty Mekong river and at the La Seine by Burasari Vientiane you can do just that. We had an amazing 3-night stay with them in early April and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. It is a large spacious, boutique hotel with excellent staff. The … Read the full article here
- Things to do in Luang Prabang with teenagersYou will find many things to do with teenagers in Luang Prabang. Visiting Luang Prabang with teenagers can be a great place with many outdoor options to keep them entertained. You and your teenagers will have some great experiences in this UNESCO world heritage town. Luang Prabang is located on the Mekong River in Northern … Read the full article here
- Lotus Villa Boutique Hotel Luang PrabangJust one block back from the mighty Mekong River you will find a tiny piece of heaven called Lotus Villa Boutique Hotel Luang Prabang. With an old colonial building hiding a gorgeous internal tropical courtyard your stay here will be both relaxing and absolutely divine. We were dropped off right out the front of Lotus … Read the full article here
- Ocean Park Vientiane LaosHmmm, where does one start with Ocean Park Vientiane Laos? Is it one of the best things to do with kids in Vientiane? Is it even one of the best things to do in Vientiane? We were looking for some top things to do in Vientiane in the heat and Ocean Park kept coming up. … Read the full article here
- Dinner at The Terrace Luang PrabangFinding a place to have a nice dinner while travelling can be really hard especially with a very fussy child. We were asked to have dinner at the lovely The Terrace restaurant while we were staying in Luang Prabang. We eagerly said yes and hoped we would find something that Marley would eat. The Terrace … Read the full article here