Top 4 romantic spots for honeymoon in Laos


If you would like to enjoy honeymoon in a peaceful and budget place, Laos is one of the best choices for you. Here are 4 spots where you can enjoy your romatic and enjoyable honeymoon holiday.

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Vang Vieng

Vang Vieng (via Tour-asia)

The small town of Vang Vieng always attracts the couples for their honeymoon because of its own peace and beauty. Discovering several picturesque caves together is an unnecessary thing when you spend your time in this town. The most popular cavern is Tham Chang consisting of a large number of beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. It is believed that when touching the golden crab stalactites here, you will have much happiness and receive much fortune. Other notable caves for your trip are Tham Phu Kham, Tham Hoi, Tham Nam, etc. 

Honeymooners will be surrounded by romantic space when sitting on a boat drifting downstream on the Nam Song River or standing on the footbridge over the river and sightseeing charming sceneries. A visit around Vang Vieng with bikes is a great idea for the couples. Two of you will see lush green rice paddies, large limestone karsts, bamboo houses and meet some people belonging to ethnic minority and dressing traditional clothes.

Luang Prabang

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Known as UNESCO World Heritage City, Luang Prabang is a perfect site to unwind after your wedding. The first attraction in the city two of you must see is the Kuang Si Waterfall, the most famous fall in the country of Laos. Besides swimming in cool crystal blue water, there are many other exciting activities for honeymooners to experience such as jumping on liana from trees, climbing up to rocks or the top of the fall, standing on the wooden bridge to view the entire natural spectacle.

Watching the sunrise or sunset on the Mekong River from the highest point of the Mount Phousi is an extremely romantic thing the couples usually want to do together. Luang Prabang is also famous for its miraculous temples, thus, don’t skip a sacred trip to wats. The splendid Wat Xieng Thong includes important items of Lao culture, history and architecture. The most outstanding object of the temple is a mosaic in a tree referring to a tree of life. 

4000 Islands

Si Phan Don in Laos (via Where in the World)

4000 Islands or Si Phan Don will help your honeymoon vacation closer to the natural. One of  the dreamy items the couples usually practice is walking or cycling together across the bridge between Don Khon and Don Det Island. Two of you will have a chance to see freshwater Irrawaddy dolphins, rare species of dolphins protected at Don Khon Island.

Furthermore, some impressive waterfalls like Tad Somphamit, Khon Phapheng, Si Phan Don also are highlights of 4000 Islands. Tubing, kayaking, swimming and fishing are popular activities for both locals and tourists. Besides, you will enjoy comfort when some little fish in the water nibble off your dead foot skin. One more plus of Si Phan Don attracting honeymooners is that there are a variety of pretty bungalows with hammocks.


Waterfall in Paske (via Baolau)

The city of Pakse is the most suitable place for an infinite relaxing honeymoon. Tad Lo and Taat Fang Waterfall of the Bolaven Plateau is the most popular places visited by the couples in the region. Moreover, the villages of ethnic minorities will make you surprised with the diversity of culture and lifestyle. Going to the plateau, two of you explore not only tribal villages, stunning falls, national parks, remote mountains and dense forests but also coffee plantation known as one of the world’s best coffee growing areas. You are able to enjoy Arabica coffee considered as the most delicious one in the world.

Wat Luang, the largest and most beautiful temple of Pakse is another attraction for your honeymoon. The wat includes relics of several important people of Laos. Additionally, the temple is used as a school, a library and an office for Lao monks. From Wat Luang, you can take a sightseeing to French bridge over the Sedone River.

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