“sabai dee”(greeting in lao language), say it with smile in Laos and you will be well received. Laos is a Southeast Asian country which holds all the aspect of presumption that you had about best get away from the hustle-and-bustle of everyday life with its mountainous terrain, Buddhist monasteries, and the beautiful French architecture. If you want a better bucket list add it on to get a splendid experience
Kuang Si Waterfalls
Escape into the subtle beauty of nature in Laos with this kuang si waterfall, be excited to travel towards kuang si waterfall that is located 29kms south of luang Prabang. The water flows in to a turquoise blue pool before continuing downstream. The many cascades that looks like typical waterfalls. It is more than a natural wonder created by water streams producing thunder sounds that let your enthusiasm to go into the world of fantasy.
Nam Khan River
Marvel at the beauty of Nam khan river in Laos while you visit the very famous tourist destination in this country. It flows through Luang Prabang. It is a major tributary of the river Mekong, with which it joins at Luang Prabang. Indulge in a very adventurous kayaking in the river and endure a stirring experience
If you want to explore the traditional Laos lifestyle then Vientiane is the perfect place to head out. To endure the divine experience, pay a visit to the Museums of Wat Sisaket and Ho Prakeo, which features Buddha statues on the terrace, and 6th-century stone sculptures. It also has many Lao treasures, including a gilded throne, Khmer Buddhist stone tablets, bronze frog drums, and palm-leaf manuscripts.
Khao Lam Bamboo Sticky Rice
Steamed rice in a bamboo tube is a signature dish for most of the oriental cuisines and also a popular Laos street food. Khao Lam Bamboo Sticky Rice is a very famous Laotian sweet dish where sticky rice is treated with coconut cream and red or black bean to be filled in a bamboo tube and roasted until all the ingredients are cooked and blended together to give a sweet aromatic treat. It is such a popular food for the Laotians that it is sold on the streets.
Never regret missing out these tourist spots in Laos. Hope the guide took you to a tour across laos. Bon Voyage!