Top 10 essential Laos food to spice up your Laos tours
  • Author: iv-blogger
  • Posted: Mar 23, 2018
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You may think Laos cuisine is similar to that of Thailand or Vietnam and is generally overlooked. However, it is more than a mix of their neighbors’ food cultures. When coming to Laos, you will find their dishes is completely distinct and has its own...read more

3 cities in Laos to visit before everyone else does
  • Author: iv-blogger
  • Posted: Mar 19, 2018
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As a land of 237,955 square kilometers and populated by 6,758,000 people as of 2016, Laos is not really a big country out there but it has just as much to offer you as other big-hitter neighboring countries like Thailand or Vietnam. However, even the...read more

Alms Giving ceremony in Laos culture
  • Author: iv-blogger
  • Posted: Mar 14, 2018
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Tak Bat, the morning alms giving practice in Luang Prabang, Laos has attracted travelers around the world for its great cultural significance. In my article, you will know how to respectfully join in this special ceremony with locals during your Laos tours Luang Prabang, located...read more

The beauty of Northern Laos in September
  • Author: indochina
  • Posted: Aug 15, 2017
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Doing a thorough research about Laos’s weather before travelling to this country is essential if you want to be well prepared. Laos attracts millions of tourists every year. There are two distinct seasons: rain season starts from May to November, while dry season starts from...read more

  • Author: iv-blogger
  • Posted: Feb 24, 2017
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Tropical in most of the plains, the Laos’ climate is subtropical in the mountains and in the far north. In addition, it is also governed by the monsoons: the summer monsoon brings rains and humidity from May to the beginning or the middle of October...read more

  • Author: iv-blogger
  • Posted: Nov 18, 2016
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Sticky rice is described as the staple food of Laos. It’s served in every meal in Laos, and it’s so important to be able to eat with it correctly. But, lots of travelers have no idea how to enjoy sticky rice at meal times in...read more

  • Author: indochina
  • Posted: Mar 29, 2016
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Here are some interesting notes that amaze everyone’s trip when traveling overland to Laos. Sandwiches for every meal Sandwich is very popular in every street in Laos, especially Luang Prabang. Therefore, backpackers could eat breakfast, lunch and dinner with a fresh sandwich in an affordable...read more

  • Author: iv-blogger
  • Posted: Mar 18, 2016
  • View: 315

Laos is referred to as the Million Elephants, also known as the land of Champa, the brother of Vietnam, talked about cultural traditions and the Vietnamese and Laotian people have pretty much the same. Laos has many good traditions formed in the course of history....read more

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