Know in antiquity as Lan Xang the country of a million elephants. Among South East Asia countries Laos is still the most unknown and least developed country, due to Laos is only a landlocked country without the access to the sea or may be because of Laos life style, they never played a significant role in the world history and had disappeared in the 19th century after French colonial

Traditionally the least developed and most enigmatic of the three former French Indochina states, Laos has emerged as the frontrunner in economic and political reform. Laos seems content to remain an Asian backwater while slowly developing one of the most stable, low profile economic and political systems in the region.

After nearly 20 years of virtual isolation, in the first years of the 21st century. Laos has become more open towards the outside world, though the numbers of foreign visitors. The overall lack of foreign influence offers travelers an unparalleled glimpse of old South-East Asia.

The abundance of natural resources and small population is reflected in the Laos's life style. They are kindliness, simple and relaxed attitude. You will have the opportunity to observe a way of life that has been unchanged for many generations.

Today, the capital of Laos - Vientiane reminds us more of South-East Asian Provincial town; without its usual hustle, but with the marvelous temples and markets.

In the north of Laos - Luang Prabang - one of the World Heritage site, is certainly one of the most cultural interesting places, and the "Plain of Jars", one of the most mysterious destinations in South-East Asia.

In the South of Laos - Pakse - with its splendid Khmer temple "Wat Phou", the Boloven Plateau and the 4000 Mekong islands near the Cambodia border.

Laos is awaiting you to discover their unspoiled country. Join us to discover and experience this unforgettable country.