Naphavong hotel

Naphavong hotel in Laos provides for tourist all things they need when visiting Laos besides hotel. You can refer information in the main website such as things to do, places to see in Laos, the best foods, restaurants. Furthermore, the website also introduce to tourist Vietnam tours and Laos tours.

Attractions

Si Phan Don is situated right in the south of Laos, in the stretch of Mekong River that borders Cambodia. Si Phan Don is a place for relaxation and not doing anything in a hurry. Imagine yourself lying in a hammock with a book, while watching the sunset over the Mekong River that drifts by your bungalow.

Wat Inpeng or Vat Inpeng is one of the less visited temples in the center of Vientiane, found near the banks of the Mekong river.

Wat Mahathat is one of the more ornate, attractive temples of Luang Prabang. The temple also known as Wat Phra Mahathat or Wat That is located near the Mekong river South West of Mount Phousi.

Wat Wisunalat or Wat Visoun is Luang Prabang’s oldest temple. The temple houses an important collection of ancient Buddha images in Luang Prabang.

Wat Aham is a small temple consisting of a sim and two ancient stupas. It has a history of both Buddhism and spirit worship.

Haw Pha Bang is located on the grounds of the Royal Palace Museum which is one of the most attactive monuments in Luang Prabang.

Cuisine

Laos Fresh fruits (P2)

Eating delicious fresh fruits is one of exciting experiences when travelling in Laos. The following is the next fresh fruits that you shouldn’t miss.
Laos Fresh fruits (P1)

Eating delicious fresh fruits is one of the great joys of travelling in Southeast Asia. Here’s some typical fresh fruits that you’ll find in Laos.
Ping Kai (Grilled Chicken)

If you’re a fan of Laos foods, be sure to try these fragrant and sumptuous Ping Kai. It’s grilled chicken you can do for yourself at home.

As you stroll through the night market, there’s a good chance you’ll end up gobbling down Laos coconut cakes. Made with rice flour and coconut cream, these sweet street treats are ridiculously tasty, addictive and easy to make.
Lao Sausage

Overview Lao sausage, also known as Laotian sausage/Sai Oua/Sai Ua or Sai Gork/Sai Kork, usually refers to a popular type of Lao sausage made from...
Rice whisky in Laos

>>5 Dishes must-try in Laos >>Khao Jee Sandwich (Baguette Sandwich) Overview Rice whisky (lao-lao) is a popular drink among lowland Lao. The best kinds of rice whisky,...

Infomation

A traditional Laos home

The unique characteristic of a traditional Laos home has a direct impression on the Lao people and their live hoods that is different from the present mixed architecture of tradition and modernism.
Weather in Laos

>>Laos Money >>DOs And DON’Ts In Laos About weather in Laos The Laos climate is mainly tropical, with...
Laos Money

Money The official national currency in Laos is the Lao kip (LAK). Kip notes come in...
DOs And DON’Ts In Laos

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