Laos is the perfect destination for anyone seeking to learn more about the ancient beauty of Southeast Asia. The rugged terrain, rolling mountains, remote villages, pristine waterfalls, colorful minority cultures, and the mighty Mekong River are the typical features imprinted on a visitor's mind. As Buddhism is the primary religion of Laos, Buddhist temples are everywhere and it is easy to come across the monks walking along the streets. Still relatively undeveloped and blessed with natural bounty and welcoming people, this country will leave a lasting impression on all who visit.
Population: 7,219,956 (as of Dec.2019)
Area: Total 230,800 Km2 (89,112 sq. miles)
Time Zone: UTC + 7 hours
Weather: Laos's climate is divided into two distinct seasons, with the wet season and dry season lasting from May to November and December to April respectively. The best time to visit Laos is during the dry months although waterfalls such as Kuang Si are more majestic in the wet season.
Laos is a landlocked country but it’s enveloped by mountains, making it one of the most pristine countries in Southeast Asia. From the stellar waterfalls and natural wonders of the north to the cultural icons and museums of the capital, Vientiane, Laos is jam-packed with incredible sights. Laos is a premier destination for adventure travel. Travellers have endless options for heart-racing experiences, including zip-lining, kayaking, hiking, and cave tubing.
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