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Things to do in Laos
Champasak - discover tranquil, beautiful island of Don Deng
Life has changed very little in parts of Laos and the island of Don Deng offers an opportunity to see this for your self and participate in a way of life that has existed for centuries. There are home stay opportunities on the island that are definitely worth the 2 days that they cover. There is plenty to see during your style including the local temple and ruins that pre date the Angkorian period.
Luang Prabang - go bargain hunting at the Handicraft Night Market
Luang Prabang is an oasis of culture in a tropical rainforest and still retains its French influences. It is also a center for excellent local handicrafts of very high quality and these are offered by the craftsmen themselves at the local night market on the main road near the Royal Palace Museum. The road is closed off each evening and the traders sell silks, silver, bamboo products as well as Hmong applique blanket at excellent value and the money goes straight in to the local economy.
Luang Prabang - explore the magnificent Wat Xieng Thong Temple
The Buddhist temple at Wat Xieng Thong in Luang Prabang has been a centre for worship for over 450 years. It has been interwoven into the lives of the Laotian royal family, for much of this, and many royal members are buried at the temple. In addition to the beautiful and colourful architecture and statues, there is also a very rare reclining Buddha dating back to 1560. Look for the Tripitaka Library and the Drum Tower, that were added to the site in 1880 and 1961.
Vientiane - stroll around and discover the sights and gardens of Pha That Luang
Vientiane is home to the most important religious site in Laos at Pha That Luang with its beautiful golden Buddhist Stupor believed to have been created back in the 3rd century. The whole site is now only open to pedestrians with lovely gardens making for an enjoyable day out. The architecture of the temple reflects the style of the region having been rebuilt and restored in the 1930s after its destruction in 1828.
Introduction of Laos
Since widely opening up to visiting tourists in the mid-1990s, Laos has seen the number of travellers visiting rise year on year. Enchanted by its laid-back lifestyle and impressed by its stunning mountain scenery, many visitors to this charming country stay longer than they intended. The capital, Vientiane, could be considered as one of Asia's most peaceful. It feels more like a provincial city than a capital, but is worth a day or two. Laos is a big hit on the backpacker trail, with Vang Vieng's TV bars and river tubing popular with the young party set. In the north, direct flights to Luang Prabang have put this ancient city firmly on the city-break map. It offers a wide range of accommodation, from cheap guest houses filled with backpackers to boutique, colonial style Laos hotels. It is a great place to fill up on inexpensive French cuisine and an ideal base for exploring the surrounding countryside. The south of the country is much less visited, but the 4000 Islands, scattered across the Mekong River as it winds its way towards Cambodia, are popular. There isn't much to do here, but that is the inherent charm of this idyllic location.