Northwest Laos


Muang Sing

Located in the northeastern of Laos, in Luang Nam Tha province, Muang Sing has long been a popular destination for tourists. Being influenced by the architecture of Chinese, Myanmar, Thai Lu and even French, there are still many colonial buildings, old garrison, museum....



Being a passage between Huay Xai and Luang Prabang, Pakbeng is frequently visited by travelers. You will find several ethnic groups, particularly Khmu or Hmong people, who come to the morning market to sell their textiles and handicrafts or exchange goods.


Luang Nam Tha

Located in the middle of the rice center in northwestern Laos and surrounded by mountains, Luang Nam Tha city, the provincial capital of Luang Nam Tha is a must see destination for voyeurs, especially those who like to discover the natural wealth of the region.


Huay Xai

Huay Xai (Hui Sai) is the capital of Bokeo province in northern Laos. Located in the left bank of the Mekong River, in the opposite side of Chiang Khong town of Thailand, Huay Xai is the passage to the north between the two countries. It is also a frequent stopover point of travelers before continuing their journey to other regions of Laos.
Huay Xai, Pakbeng is often linked to Luang Prabang via boat, motor junks, and barges...on the Mekong River. A long yet beautiful path!


Attractions and activities to discover Huay Xai:


Located in the valley of Nam Ko and surrounded by magnificent moutains, Oudomxay city (or Oudomxai, Muang Xai, Udomxai) is the capital of Oudomxai and also the major commercial crossroads between Laos and China. It connects Luang Prabang and Luang Nam Tha and therefore, it becomes a frequent stopover point of travelers, despite the lack of real tourist attractions.


Attractions and activities to discover Oudomxai:


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