Laos from Pattaya - magnificent Buddhist temples immersed in the lush greenery of the jungle.

Prices to Laos from Pattaya:

  • Vientiane, 1 day (transfers, flights + excursion) - 22,500 ฿/person.
  • Vientiane, 2d\1n (3*hotel with breakfast) + Excursion 3 hours + Lunch - 25,000 ฿/person.
  • Vientiane + Luang Prabang, 3d\2n (3* hotels with breakfast) + Two excursions + Lunches - 36,000/person.
  • Vientiane + Yangon (Myanmar), 3d\2n (3* hotels starting tomorrow) + Two sightseeing tours + Lunches + Dinner - 45,000 ฿/person.

Prices shown may vary on weekends and holidays.

The cost of an individual tour for 1 tourist is plus 50% of the base price and an additional charge for a single.

Discounts: for children (only 2 adults + 1-2 children): up to 2 years old – 80%, 2-6 years old – 50%, 6-12 years old – 20%.

The price includes: all transfers and flights, accompaniment by a guide, visa, accommodation in a hotel of the selected category, insurance.

Take with you: passport (original), immigration card, or ฿ 100 if you don’t have it, a copy of the return ticket from Thailand, money (baht dollars).

A similar excursion is Vietnam from Pattaya.

All Asian countries from Pattaya.

Laos from Pattaya - tour program for 2 days:

First day

  • 6.00 Departure from Pattaya hotels to the airport for flight to northern Thailand.
  • 9.00 Departure for the Thai-Lao border to the Friendship Bridge.
  • 11.00 Visit to Buddha Park.
  • Dinner.
  • Sightseeing tour of Vientiane (Wat Sisaket Temple - the oldest city temple, Mukhey Ho Prakeo - the former Royal Palace, That Luang - the most important monument of Laos, Patusai Monument, Presidential Palace).
  • Hotel accommodation.

Second day

  • 9.00 Breakfast at the hotel.
  • 11.00 Transfer to the airport for flight to Thailand.
  • Moving to Pattaya.

Laos from Pattaya - overview

Laos captivates with its atmosphere of tranquility, there are no crowds of tourists, and there are a lot of attractions.

Sights of Laos

Patusai Arch

Triumphal Arch of Patusai, an analogue of the famous Parisian arch, only made in Asian style.

  • Five towers symbolizing the commandments of Buddha;
  • Picturesque ponds located nearby;
  • Museum on the second floor;
  • Observation arches with magnificent views of the city.
  • Buddha Park (also known as Buddha Garden)

A sculpture park located on the outskirts of Vientiane, the capital of Laos. It was founded by a Laotian artist and philosopher who created over 200 sculptures depicting gods, demons, animals and over 50 Buddha figures.

The most famous sculpture in the park is a huge statue of Buddha lying on his side, 40 meters high. His head is decorated with a circle, which symbolizes enlightenment, and within which there are three levels, representing the three worlds: heavenly, human and hellish.

Mekong Riverside Park

Located in the city of Vientiane, the capital of Laos, on the banks of the Mekong River. This is a great place to relax and walk in the fresh air.

One of the main attractions of the park is the large Ferris wheel, which offers magnificent views of the Mekong River and the city of Vientiane. In addition, the park has many cafes and restaurants where you can have a snack and enjoy the view of the river.

Golden Buddha

One of the most famous tourist attractions in Laos, located in the city of Pakse. This huge Buddha statue, over 15 meters high, was created in 1566 and is covered in gold.

The Golden Buddha was hidden in the jungle for many years to protect it from war and destruction. In 1931, the statue was accidentally discovered by local residents, who began to restore it and decorate it with gold.

Pak Ou Caves

A cult religious place where monks have lived since ancient times. The excursion program includes inspection of two parts of the cave, access to which is through a carved arch.

Pha That Luang Temple - the golden pyramid of Laos.

Looks like a pyramid of gold. Tourists are recommended:

  • leave an offering at the entrance to the temple;
  • examine the statue of King Setathirat;
  • see the golden statue of the reclining Buddha;
  • visit the local souvenir market;

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