Laos is a favorite destination in bucket list of many travelers in over the World in recent years because of its authentic beauty and simple lifestyle. 
Stretching from the forest-clad mountains of the north to the islands of the far south, Laos is surely a favorite destination for adventure lovers as the natural landscape is ideally suited to trekking and cycling. However, Laos is slowly opening its rural region to visitors with new developments to its infrastructure, more airline service, and accommodation options, it means more opportunities to discover this country in its prime through many Laos package tours.
Laos seems to be a more quiet country than the neighbouring countries - Vietnam and Cambodia. However, things have changed. Laos is now becoming one of the major, largely unknown areas of the world for travelers to exotic places. For the travelers who look for and experience in Indochina tour packages , there are treasures at every turning in Laos, from the many beautiful wats that have already been declared national treasures to the forgotten little decade-old fire hydrants on street corners in Vientiane.
French colonial architecture is another highly appealing feature of the country, only Phnom Penh perhaps rivals Vientiane for the concentration of colonial style architecture. Sight-seeing around town is thought-provoking with the many temples and monuments steeped in age-old history. Pay a visit to some temples and enjoy the peace and tranquillity that they offer. Stroll through the city streets at night and enjoy the heady smells, sights and sounds of balmy magic. 
Laos is also known for its beautiful silver goods and fascinating textiles which are so much a part of the culture of its people. You never know what treasures a tiny shop down a back street will offer, so be adventurous and explore. Of course, Laos, contemporarily known as Asia's hidden little gem, has more surprises for the tourists and it is awaiting to be discovered in here.

Vientiane (Lao: ວຽງຈັນ, Viang chan) is the capital and largest city of Laos, on the banks of the Mekong River near the border with Thailand. Vientiane became the capital in 1563 due to fears of a Burmese invasion. Vientiane was the administrative capital during French rule and, due to economic growth in recent times, is now the economic centre of Laos.
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Luang Prabang
Luang Prabang is situated in the centre of northern Laos, bordering provinces of Oudomxay, Phongsaly and Houaphanh to the north, Vientiane and Sayabouly to the south and southwest and Xiengkhouang to the east.
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Vang Vieng
Vang Vieng (Lao: ວັງວຽງ) is a tourist-oriented town in Laos in Vientiane Province about four hours bus ride north of the capital. The town lies on the Nam Song River. The most notable feature of the area is the karst hill landscape surrounding the town.
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Xieng Khouang
Xiangkhouang (Lao: ຊຽງຂວາງ, meaning "Horizontal City") is a province of Laos, located in the Xiangkhouang Plateau, north-east of the country. Originally known as Muang Phouan, the present capital of the province is Phonsavan. The population of the province as of March 2005 census is 229,521
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Sekong is situated in the southern Laos. Sekong is best known for the Bolaven Plateau which is situated in the heart of the southeastern part of Laos. Sekong province is rugged, wild and very scenic, and transportation is very difficult, especially by land in the rainy season. Dotted through out are villages and small towns such as Lave, Lanam, Kaleum, Dakchung and Thateng, where the majority of people follow the unchanging lifestyle of traditional farming.
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Luang Namtha
Luang Namtha is the largest city in the northwest of Laos and is one of the most popular spots for trekking anywhere in the country. Located close to the Nam Ha National Protected Area, visitors flock here to get a taste of life in the jungle and meet the people of the ethnic villages that surround this city.
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Oudomxay in the northwest of Laos has a provincial capital calledMuang Xai. It is a mountainous province with borders into China and some peaks as high as 1,800 metres. It is a mineral rich province with deposits of salt, bronze, zinc, antimony, brown coal, kaolin and iron. Villagers grow rice, corn, soybeans, fruits, vegetables, sugarcane, tobacco and tea. Corn and sugarcane are probably the most important revenue crops. The province has some tradition religions as well as Buddhism.
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Sayaboury in northern Laos is the only province in the country that lies to the west of the Mekong River. This relative isolation means that this is a predominantly rural area, home to ethnic minority villages and the largest elephant population in Laos. It's a beautiful region of mountains and jungle, little visited by Western tourists, so making a trip here feels like an adventure into real' unspoiled Laos.
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