Compared to places like Cambodia and Thailand, Laos is an untraveled backwater in Southeast Asia; check out a few of Remote Lands’ signature journeys.
There is one properly luxurious hotel in Vientiane: Settha Palace. Laurel Tuohy sits down with general manager Hala Krimi to learn what makes this colonial haunt so charming.
The Bolaven Plateau just east of Pakse in Laos is perhaps most famous for its coffee, but for hikers who aren’t afraid of heights, there are incredible waterfalls to be found.
It wasn’t until recently that kayakers mapped the waterways of Si Phan Don – the “4,000 Islands” of the Mekong’s lower reaches. Kayaker John McMahon goes exploring.
You can go for the animals or the plush hotels, but many who go to Luang Prabang are looking to recharge their soul and this ancient capital has more than enough options.
Where better to heal than Luang Prabang? These luxury spas in the spiritual capital of Laos will put the wellness bug in every traveler.
Remote Lands goes inside the most exciting Laos hotel opening of the year, Rosewood Luang Prabang, a mix of riverside and hilltop dwellings designed by Bill Bensley in the country’s hottest travel destination.
Be it getting some cheese from the local buffalo dairy or patronizing a pachyderm sanctuary, animal lovers in Laos will find a few critter-friendly activities to keep them occupied.
Jungle treks, rushing waterfalls, ziplines, wildlife – Southern Laos is an adventure playground for every type of thrill seeker in Southeast Asia.
Just after the launch of Mekong Kingdoms Cruises, Minor Hotels stated that they will unveil the re-branded Azerai as AVANI Luang Prabang in March.
Rosewood has released photographs of one of its most hotly-anticipated properties of the year: Rosewood Luang Prabang. Designed by Bill Bensley, this new luxury resort is Rosewood’s latest in a string of Southeast Asian openings.