Back to travel with Nouane, our GM at Khiri Travel Laos, to experience the other side of Vientiane and Mekong river.
Khiri Travel Laos has created a new country combination experience that connects the highlights of Laos with hidden gems on the Thai side of the Mekong.
Southeast Asia is well known for its ubiquitous and varied means of transport, and in Laos the mighty Mekong River is one of the best ways to see its rural villages, ancient temples, and stunning mountain landscape.
Si Phan Don is arguably the most peaceful region of Laos, a beautifully rural backwater where the Mekong River becomes a vast inland sea, carving the land into an archipelago of tiny islets.
Once a quiet riverside town off the well-trodden tourist trail, Chiang Khan has in recent years become a popular destination for Thai tourists due to its picturesque rural setting and cultural heritage.
Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s historic capital and a booming urban landscape, is rooted in the past but blooming into an enviable dining and nightlife center.
Cambodia is a complete destination in itself but also offers these easy connections via flights or many open border crossings to neighboring countries.
Water is the central focus in the celebration of the Lao New Year holiday in both worship at the temple and playful celebration on the streets.
Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains are one of the last areas of unspoiled natural beauty and wildlife habitat in the country and have attracted the attention of several international conservation organizations such as WWF to help preserve threatened wildlife and natural resources.
Kampong Cham is a charming colonial town of wide boulevards and manicured gardens on the Mekong River. Located about 3-hours drive from Phnom Penh