Perhaps lowest on the radar in Southeast Asia, this Buddhist "land of a million elephants" is today a laid back trekking mecca and a trove of eco-wonders and splendid cultural monuments such as the city of Luang Prabang.

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Comment by Honey Trek on October 13, 2012 at 12:10pm

Dear Laos PR executive and/or luxury hotelier,

My wife and I are travelling around the world on a 500-day honeymoon. In each region we visit we pick one luxury boutique hotel to partner with exclusively for said region. We post two articles per resort on as well as numerous social media posts across Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Foursquare, Instagram, YouTube, etc..and most importantly each partner becomes the exclusive resort in their respective region on for an entire year (at no cost to any party, 100% barter) - If anyone in this group represents a luxury hotelier/resort in Laos, we would love to talk more. Please drop us a line ( and we can answer any questions and forward over our formal proposal for your review.

Mike & Anne

Comment by Tripatini on November 8, 2011 at 3:08pm

A Tripatini tour operator member is seeking a land-tours partner in Luang Prabang. If interested, please click on this link to our Ask A Travel Expert forum.
Comment by Buzzy Gordon on September 9, 2011 at 10:41pm

We are thinking of spending 3-4 weeks in Laos this coming Dec-Jan. A hotel would likely be too expensive for this length of time. All we need is a simple one-bedroom flat or bungalow for a couple, with no A/C if there is a ceiling fan. Any leads for finding appropriate, reasonably-priced accommodations would be appreciated.


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Comment by Paul Rogers on May 6, 2010 at 10:37pm
for something different visit Viengxay, the birthplace of the modern Lao PDR. A remote and stunning limestone karst environment with 468 caves used to shelter 20,000 people for nine years during the most sustained bombing campaign in world history.
A government in exile developed underground offices, planning rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, hospitals, a theatre, schools, printing works, a supermarket, steel works, fuel depots, textile production and much more in this remarkable hidden city.
A recently launched world class audio tour allows those who lived in the caves during the war years to guide visitors through their caves and their history. Described on travel blogs as "the highlight of an extensive regional tour" and "extraordinary - utterly absorbing", please find out more and listen to extracts of the audio tour at

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