6D5N Northern Heritage group tour package starts from SGD $1,288 per person inclusive of return airfare on Lao Airlines. We have several fixed departure dates from April through to September 2013.
3D Vientiane Mercure Stopover from SGD $458 per person inclusive of return airfare from Singapore to Vientiane.
This Lao Airlines tour package departs Singapore every Monday, Wednesday and Friday with a minimum of 02 persons.
This is a private tour for Vientiane, the sleepy capital city of Laos and also the point of arrival for most visitors to Laos. There is a timeless feel to the dusty streets, riverside cafes and ancient temples of this beguiling city. This tour departs every Sunday from Singapore.
5D4N Vientiane & Vang Vieng package starts from SGD $1,298 per person inclusive of return airfare from Singapore to Vientiane on Lao Airlines.
This Spot Laos Holidays Consortium package departs every Monday and Wednesday with a minimum of 02 persons.
5D4N Vientiane & Luang Prabang from SGD $1,288 per person inclusive of return airfare.
This Lao Airlines package departs every Wednesday with a minimum of 02 persons.
6D5N Vientiane & Luang Prabang from SGD $1,488 per person including return airfare. This Lao Airlines package departs every Friday & Sunday with a minimum of 02 persons.
Everything you need to relax can be found in this peaceful and sparsely populated area. Acres of serene countryside surround your poolside bungalow with the waterfalls and mountains close by. You will also visit 4000 Islands and cruise along the Mekong.
Discover the fascinating world of Northern Laos with an authentic Akha Experience tour. This unique excursion is designed for the intrepid and open-minded traveller with a keen sense of adventure and eagerness to participate in sustainable tourism. Trekking deep into the highlands, participants get to experience ethnic hill tribe culture in its rawest and most authentic forms amidst sweeping sceneries of verdant vegetation growth and cascading waterfalls.
Trekking deep into the highlands, participants get to experience ethnic hill tribe culture in its rawest and most authentic forms amidst sweeping sceneries of verdant vegetation growth and cascading waterfalls.
Our Biking Southern Laos tour is a sojourn along the Mekong River to the former colonial outpost of Champasak, the serene beauty of Si Phan Don and the rich fertile lands of the coffee growing Bolevan Plateau. From the natural attractions of amazing waterfalls to the rare Irrawaddy dolphins and to the cultural Khmer temples of Wat Phu, this tour explores the quiet back roads of South Laos.
Laos was the least significant country in French Indochina, whose colonists referred to it as an earthly paradise and adopted a policy of “benign neglect”. This has left a legacy of appalling roads, no railways, and a practically non-existent infrastructure.
No longer the case because Laos today has good roads and infrastructure which makes visiting this laidback country an immensely charming and very much under-rated travel destination.
The combination of rugged mountain scenery and the rich, varied cultures still hardly tainted by tourism make this tour a very special experience. Traveling by boat as well as bicycle, we pass through limestone canyons and jungle covered valleys, home to many ethnic tribes.
This tour allows you to meet the local people of Thailand and Laos, and give you a great experience of this varied and fascination part of Asia.
Challenging inclines and scintillating descents make our trail, which winds through Sapa’s grooved hillsides, up Vietnam’s highest mountain pass and through enchanting tribe villages. Cycle into the picturesque Na River gorge, through the surrounding hills and valleys to Dien Bien Phu, the historic site of the Viet Minh’s decisive victory over the French.
Bike into Laos to witness agrarian local life and untamed topography as we overnight at riverside guest houses. We’ll finish our bicycle trip in atmospheric Luang Prabang.
Imagine exploring some of the grandest ancient sites in the world and doing it in a style and comfort reminiscent of a bygone era. South East Asia is home to amazing ancient sites such as Hue, Luang Prabang and of course Angkor Wat.
Why limit yourself to only one of these beautiful places when you can explore all three?