That Foun StupaLocated in downtown Muang Khoun District Xiengkhuang province, That Foun was built in 1576 the aame time as the original That Luang stupa in Vientiane. The stupa was erected to cover ashes of Lord Buddha that were brought from India. During a time when Buddhism was proliferating Laos. That Foun was destroyed by air craft in 1966 during the war.More info: info@tourismlaos.org

That Foun Stupa
Located in downtown Muang Khoun District Xiengkhuang province, That Foun was built in 1576 the aame time as the original That Luang stupa in Vientiane. The stupa was erected to cover ashes of Lord Buddha that were brought from India. During a time when Buddhism was proliferating Laos. That Foun was destroyed by air craft in 1966 during the war.
More info: info@tourismlaos.org

VIENGXAY The Hidden CityVieng Xay is home to the “Hidden City”, a network of caves used by the Pathet Lao (Lao revolutionary movement) as their military headquarters during the Indochina war. The caves sheltered over 20,000 people, including its leaders, for an important, but little known episode in world history. In addition to the caves used by Central Committee members, there were caves housing foreign embassies, hospitals, factories, markets, schools and more. Vieng Xay is now referred to as the “Birthplace of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic”. An 18-stop guided audio tour and a one-day guided walking tour tell the story. Read More

VIENGXAY The Hidden City
Vieng Xay is home to the “Hidden City”, a network of caves used by the Pathet Lao (Lao revolutionary movement) as their military headquarters during the Indochina war. The caves sheltered over 20,000 people, including its leaders, for an important, but little known episode in world history. In addition to the caves used by Central Committee members, there were caves housing foreign embassies, hospitals, factories, markets, schools and more. Vieng Xay is now referred to as the “Birthplace of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic”. An 18-stop guided audio tour and a one-day guided walking tour tell the story. Read More

NAM HA TREKKING EXPERIENCE
On this trek we stay for three days entirely within the forests of the Nam Ha National Protected Area, an ASEAN Heritage Site. It is a trip for those who want a true ‘forest experience’ and to immerse in the beauty of the jungle. The first night you will camp in the heart of the jungle.
The camp site is built out of natural products like bamboo and wood by the villagers. During the second night, Khmu or Lanten villagers will be your hosts. Along the way, local guides explain the forest products used by villagers for food, medicine, construction materials and religious ceremonies. Get up early with the first sun rays on the third day and have your breakfast in the village

NAM HA TREKKING EXPERIENCE

On this trek we stay for three days entirely within the forests of the Nam Ha National Protected Area, an ASEAN Heritage Site. It is a trip for those who want a true ‘forest experience’ and to immerse in the beauty of the jungle. The first night you will camp in the heart of the jungle.
The camp site is built out of natural products like bamboo and wood by the villagers. During the second night, Khmu or Lanten villagers will be your hosts. Along the way, local guides explain the forest products used by villagers for food, medicine, construction materials and religious ceremonies. Get up early with the first sun rays on the third day and have your breakfast in the village