Laos Tours: Experience Asia’s hidden gem with Topdeck

Live it up Laos – one of Asia’s hidden gems. In the land of a million elephants, you’ll discover timeless temples, delectable street food and beautiful mountains to scope out on your Mekong river cruise. 

Step off the boat and check out the hundreds of Buddha statues in Pak Ou Caves and trek through amazing forests to relax by the Kuang Si Waterfalls.

Luang Prabang in the north is one of Laos’ most unique cities, where you can get amongst an almsgiving ceremony and learn the art of humility from orange-robed monks. 

Get excited for the best of Southeast Asian cuisine! From sticky rice wrapped in banana leaf to more French influenced cuisine than you can poke a baguette at, this foodie scene has it all. 

Come and see why Laos should be at the top of your list with Topdeck.

Featured Laos Trips

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Road to Phnom Penh

16 days / 3 countries

Start: Bangkok

End: Phnom Penh

From A$3,599.00 A$3,599.00
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Asian Fusion

28 days / 4 countries

Start: Bangkok

End: Hanoi

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Laos Tours: Things to Do

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    Explore Kuang Si Waterfalls

    On the 'Asian Fusion'

    See the majestic Kuang Si Waterfalls for an optional dose of wow near Luang Prabang. This multi-tiered waterfall will hit you with all the travel feels on your adventure to the heart of Laos.

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    Visit Pak Ou Caves

    On the 'Road to Phnom Penh'

    Pak Ou Caves should be at the top of your must-see list when visiting the lush city of Luang Prabang. One of Laos’ most sacred sites, these limestone caves are filled with thousands of Buddha icons watching over the Mekong river below. Go on, get exploring this natural wonder!

  • laos-whiskey-village

    Experience Laos’ Whiskey Village

    On the 'Asian Fusion'

    Tick another exotic experience off that bucket list as you venture into Laos’ Whiskey Village. Check out the whiskey making traditions and have a chance to sample the region’s finest drop, often shared as part of local blessing ceremonies. Although this blend is made from rice, be warned – it packs a punch!

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