Top 5 things you can’t miss doing while road tripping through Laos
May 19, 2018 14:05
Laos is a place that very few people heard of. Unless you are way into Asian places or are a travel junkie, this place is somewhat out of the radar. This place is somewhat of a hidden gem that not many tourists either visit or are familiar with. This is exactly what makes this places even more interesting and enticing to look into and probably visit at a later date. Now, while you are reading this and planning your next road trip or motorcycle trip in Laos, sit back down and plan the itinerary beautifully with these “must visit and must dos”.
Drive past the rustic villages
If you are looking for a completely raw experience, stop by the Mekong River. The stretch of the river is 1-hour long and is the 12th longest river in the world. Sounds like an exciting spot, doesn’t it? Drive past the beautiful scenic beauty of the river and just enjoy the cool breeze flowing at your face. This is exactly what accounts for an experience of a lifetime which you can’t afford missing. If you are an avid Instagrammer, just take a break and hop down from the car and capture the beauty around you.
Free a bird at Mount Phousi
Caging birds is probably one of the cruelest things to exist, but you can ensure that a bird is set free on your trip in Laos. Hike up a little to the top of the mountain to enjoy the beautiful view of the city and the surroundings. According to the locals, setting a bird free signifies prosperity and happiness. This is the primary reason why the locals sell caged bird for few dollars only for the tourists to set them free. The charges in the area are a lot less cheap than what you would expect but the experience definitely worth the while.
Buddhist Caves of Pak Ou
The Pak Ou caves are located just 25kms away from the Luang Prabang, the primary city of attraction. If you are looking for a wholesome Buddhist experience, visiting these caves is a definite must. Not just that, the thrill in this is the fact that the caves are only accessible via boats which is what makes it one of the best in the lot. There are two caves located in two distinct positions, one at the top and one at the bottom. The lower caves are called Tam Ting while the ones located up are Tham Phum. The only downside is the fact that the caves are very dark and you’ll probably need a flashlight for navigation but even that adds to the whole level of excitement.
The heart-warming welcome is what you’ll receive when you visit this place. The locals are polite and genuine people who believe in the fact of treating guests with utmost importance. It is also a place that provides with a quick glimpse of Mekong’s Kampung Life. The locals are what make this visit a one worthwhile.
Handicraft night market
Souvenirs and gift items are a definite must when it comes to visiting a new place. You can find any and everything from silk scarfs to beautifully handcrafted lanterns. If you are seeking a place that would find you peace with your shopping spree, this is definitely the one to indulge in.
Laos is a place that caters to a number of cultural and socio-economic heritages. This place is full of amazing destinations that you just can afford to miss, even not in the slightest. Plan your way through and drive away into the beautiful locations that cater to every traveller’s wishes and aspirations. The locals and the culture depict the kind of place that Laos actually is.
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