Salavan is beautiful un touch province of Laos, its western’s border close to Thailand, its eastern border close to Vietnam.
Entire of Phongsali are strongly Chinese influence and large number of local ethnic groups, this province is one of fascinating and unique towns in Laos. The picturesque Chinese Quarter features narrow, crowded cobblestone streets lined with small, low-roofed houses made out of wood and stone those are simply decorative details are carved or painted in muted colors.
Khammouane Province Located in the middle part of the country, northern border is close to Borikhamxay, the southern with Savannakhet, the east share border with Vietnam and the west with Nanork Phanom, Thailand The major natural geography are mountains and forests, such as The Nakai Namtheun forest preservation area of the total 352,200 ha, 82,000 ha is Hinnamnor preservation and Phou Hinpoun150,000 ha, thanks to natural favor created many beautiful caves. The Xebangfay (239 km long), Hinboun, Namtheun and Namgnum are the main rivers of the province
Champasak is a large province in southwestern Laos, and borders with Thailand and Cambodia. It is one of the key political, economic and cultural centres of southern Laos. It has great potential for tourism thanks to famous landscapes including Wat Phu World Cultural Heritage and Khone Pha Pheng waterfall.
Bokeo, locally meaning ‘gem mine’, it is the smallest province in Laos, but one of the most diversify ethnic minority people within over 30 recognized ethnic groups. The Lahu, a Tibeto-Burman, thier speaking languages are common to northern Myanmar and Thailand is present in Bokeo in significant proportions. The province is located in the central of the infamous “Golden Triangle” sharing borders with Luang Namtha as well as Myanmar and Thailand. Houai Xay, just across the border from the Thailand of Chiang Khong is a popular starting point for boat trips down the Mekong to Luang Prabang, a two-day journey south.
By virtue of the Franco-Siamese treaty of 3 October 1893, signed in Bangkok and ratified by the French Parliament in January 1894, Laos became the fifth province of French Indochina. Laos was a protectorate like Tonkin (north Vietnam), Annam (central Vietnam) and Cambodia, but Cochin-china (south Vietnam) was the only province with the status of colony. Laos entered the Union of French Indochina from a position of disadvantage, with no defined status of its own but often thought of as an extension of Vietnam.
Located on the bank of meandering Mekong River, Vientiane Capital has a recorded history that stretches back to around 1.000 AD. The area was originally settled because of the fertility of the surrounding alluvial plains, and Vientiane became the capital city of Laos around the mid 16th century.
Luang Prabang, The most beautiful World Heritage Site of Laos is being nicely located in the center of northern Laos. Its outstanding cultural, historic and architectural values where remained to serve as the country’s spiritual and religious center...
Attapeu is one of farest southern province in Laos, it shares a border with Sekong in the North, Champasack in the West, Vietnam in the East and Cambodia in the South. The Bolaven Plateau is located in the Champasack Province, it easily to accessed from Pakse. Attapeu is the home of many minority peoples. Nine major tribes are in Attapeu: Alak, Katang, Kaleum, Katou, Suay, Nge, Lave, Tahoy, and Nyajeung.