Laos is a rare landlocked nation in Southeast Asia, known for its exquisite natural beauty and traditional Asian traditions that have been all but lost elsewhere. After years of isolation, luxury travel in Laos has only recently been refined, and with this swell the establishment of a number of breathtaking boutique hotels in Laos and contemporary Lao restaurants has added a new level of sophistication to compliment Laos’s natural allure.
Luxury Travel In Laos | Deluxe Laos Vacation
Luxury travel in Laos includes private tours that create a deep connection with the gentle and benevolent culture that characterizes Laos and its people, all while providing the most elegant examples of this country’s wonderful hospitality and gastronomy. Try laap, the national dish, or get a little risky with the spicy tam maak hung, and wash it down with Beer Lao, the choice beverage of Laos. Enjoy private tours of Laos through the streets prove enchanting enough, but the wilderness of the country, with majestic limestone karsts and epic views of the mighty Mekong, will hold you captivated. There are also a number architectural feats that ornament Laos with an air of exotic luxury, and travel in Laos tours through some of the best of these marvels, including golden stupa called Pha That Luang, the national symbol of Laos, and Haw Kham, the former royal palace.
Laos Tours | Luxury Laos Vacations
Absolute encourages travelers to enjoy Laos’s quiet rhythm and charm with a luxury Laos vacation. We believe that now is the best time for private luxury travel to Laos, where the tourism scene is more subdued than in other Asian countries. Laos tours are a different experience and this is the optimal time to see the nation’s revered sites before they become popular destinations. Request information about Absolute Travel’s Laos private luxury tours to plan your visit to this jewel of Asia.
- Enjoy a baguette with condensed milk washed down with a delicious Lao coffee — the French influence is still very visible throughout the country!
- When in Vientiane, stop by Wat Sisaket, believed to be the oldest temple in the city.
- Attend the That Luang Festival in November and enjoy entertainment, activities, and a candlelit procession.
- Enjoy the calm of Xieng Khuan, the “Buddha Park,” with an eclectic array of statuary along the Mekong.
- Stop in the Palace Museum in Luang Prabang for its intentional mix of Lao and French architecture.