Let’s prepare all thing you want and make a trip to Laos. For example Vang Vieng, Luang Prabang, Pha That Luang… You will never forget when they go to Laos. In part I, we have come to 5 places in Laos. This post, we will explore 5 other best places in Laos.
6. Bokeo Nature Reserve
Visitors come here to hear about beauty and charm when visiting the Bukeo Nature Reserve in Bukeo Province. And experience to begin with exploring all this wilderness is to join the adventure “Gibbon Experience”, to explore the wilderness and the animals that live there.
You will never forget the lush tropical jungle, the funky tree houses, the monkey bridge and the suspension bridge are not easy to go.
7. Tham Kong Lo Cave
Tham Kong cave is considered to be one of the interesting places. But it’s not for the faint of heart when visiting Laos, because of its virtual beauty.
Thanks to 7 km of Nam Nam Bun flowing through the cliffs higher than 90 meters, Tham Kong Lo is extremely interesting but no less “gnarled gnarled”. Especially, Remember to bring a flashlight filled with electricity and a “navigator” to pursue you offline.
8. Kuang Si Waterfall
In the list of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, the gentle Kuang Si waterfall stretching just 50 meters is enough to “heart” visitors.
Nothing is as great as watching the green lake as the sun shines in the golden sky here. Besides the clear sound of the murmur of water. You may have to scream loud “I like this place”.
9. Mekong River
It is the largest river in Southeast Asia (4,350 km long), originating from China and passing through five countries in the region namely Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. Visitors maybe thinking about the Amazon rainforest in South America. You can sail on the stream of red water alluvium from Huay Xai to Luang Prabang which can be seen on the shore and can also go further to admire the river cut through the thick forest. The scenery is certainly very wonderful.
10. Vieng Xai
Built-in Hua Phan province in the 1960s, Vieng Xai is one of the most spectacular underground buildings in the world. It’s also a haven for wartime Laos.
With up to 23,000 people, there are military camps, movie theaters, hospitals, shops and more. Now, it is an attractive tourist destination. Try to visit Laos once and explore a different “Cu Chi tunnels”.