💧 Tap Water
It’s generally unsafe to drink tap water in Laos. Tap water is polluted and lacks sanitation infrastructure. Bottled water is highly recommended. Boiled water may also help when you’re in need.
Tipping is uncommon in Laos. Today, it’s expected in tourist-welcomed restaurants to tip10% of your total bill only if the service charge isn’t included.
Lao is spoken as the official language of Laos, which is also named Laotian. Laos is a multilingual nation where 86 languages are spoken. Minority languages like English and French are also used in Laos.
The Kip is the national currency in Laos. US Dollars are also widely accepted in Laos, so tourists are recommended to take some. Exchange houses are also available.
Lao follows conservative dressing. If you don’t want to seem weird, keep dress neatly and moderately. Revealing clothing showing too much body is avoided. Smart clothing is most common in high-class neighborhoods.
You’ll find free public Wi-Fi in most hotels, cafes, airports, and museums in major cities. However, Laos suffers from poor cyberspace infrastructures.
Laos operates on 230V. Tourists must use Type F plug adapter in Laos. The power plugs and sockets used in Laos are type A, B, C, E, and F.
Laos is a safe destination compared to many other countries in the west. Be cautious of your belongings for petty theft and occasional bag snatching in crowded areas.
Bolaven Plateau: Explore the Bolaven Plateau with Your Friends to explore its nature and its beautiful villages and find its marvelous waterfalls.
Bokeo: Hike in the Jungles of Bokeo, a place to the north-west of Laos where you can enjoy the beauty of Mekong and visit the ethnic groups of the country.
The Plain of Jars: Travel in Time at The Plain of Jars, a mysterious archeological site in Laos that is a great place to visit.
Vat Phou/Wat Phou: Visit the Temple Ruins in Vat Phou/Wat Phou, a UNESCO World Heritage site of Laos at the foot of the Phou Kao mountain.
Luang Prabang Temples: Seek Peace and Buddhism in the Luang Prabang Temples. There are about 33 Luang Prabang Temples, but no matter how well you plan for these visits, the places seem to keep you in town.
Vang Vieng Town: Hit the Jungles Near Vang Vieng Town, which used to be a party town with a relatively bad reputation, but nowadays, it is a calm and peaceful place for backpackers and adventurers.
Vientiane: Go on a Vientiane City Tour, the capital of Laos, which used to be a French colonial part of the country.
Buddha Park: Walk in the Buddha Park and See the Religious Statues (Xieng Khuan) the importance of which is behind the numerous religious statues.
Traveling with a small group of passengers, divides mutual costs such as tour guide cost, transportation, entry fees, etc. between few passengers and makes your tour more affordable. The members of small group tour could be your own family or friends, or other savvy travelers that you will meet and share a journey.
Your time is priceless and we don’t want you to spend your travel time on planning for your vacation day by day. Booking a multi-day tour to a specific destinations makes it easier for you to focus on what you love, instead of going through hundreds of different daily itineraries and plan for each day individually. Simply choose your tour based on the desired duration.
For many destinations, having a local tour guide is a necessity. A professional tour guide helps you to get the most of your travel experience, plan your tours, answers to your questions, teach you the basics of the language, and manage the timings for you and other travelers. All the tour guide fees are included in your tour package.
We carefully handpick all the tours to make sure we offer the most convenient ones that covers everything you need. This includes affordable hotels, local transports, meals, and entry ticket. We make sure to include all the main costs into our itineraries so that you pay for the whole package once, and enjoy your all inclusive tour.