Khone Phapheng Falls, Khone Falls, Khonepapeng – whatever the spelling you’ve probably never heard of it yet it’s one of the largest waterfalls on the more..
A selection of photographs of our recent trek through the picturesque Pha Taem National Park in Ubon Ratchathani Province of northeastern Thailand. We have already more..
To discover another of our very favourite spots in Vietnam, the riverside town of Chau Doc, we’ll travel to the opposite end of the country more..
A selection of images of our recent Emerald Triangle odyssey, heading through Northeastern Thailand into Southern Laos and then down the Mekong into Northern Cambodia: more..
The old fashioned rickety ferries that cart passengers, motos and trucks across the Mekong between Champassak and Ban Muang don’t run much anymore. The recent more..
Some of the spectacular limestone scenery to be found in Kammouane’s Hin Boun District. Hin Boun will be featured in our new Luang Prabang to more..
Longest, tallest, widest, biggest….superlatives can be deceptive and statistics vary enormously but the little known Khone Phapaeng Falls in Champassak Province of Southern Laos is more..
A few photos of the spectacular limestone pinnacles area – or ‘stone forest’ – in Khammouane Province of Central Laos. Though much of this region more..
If we’ve got this right, (and we’re not guaranteeing it!), the temple’s called Wat Kean Kleang. Situated a couple of kms after the Japanese Bridge more..
With its enticing and plentiful riverside cafes and excellent (and cheap) beer UNESCO World Heritage Luang Prabang has to be one of the prime non-beach more..
The Nam Ou (Ou River) flows south from Phongsali Province in the far north of Laos, to join the Mekong at Pak Ou, (famous for more..
After Jason’s warts and all article on Vang Vieng, we’d like to show a Lao river scene without any stoned backpackers in it!
The islands and beaches of Laos! Well – no beaches to speak of but it does have plenty of islands – at least 4,000 in more..