The “Good Tourism” Blog

The “Good Tourism” Blog is dedicated to a truly sustainable and sincerely responsible travel & tourism industry; featuring news, opinions, stories, and evolving best practices representing all stakeholders. GT connects the dots between theory and practice, rhetoric and reality when it comes to notions of sustainability and responsibility in the travel & tourism industry.

Xieng Khouang Museum

The Xieng Khouang Provincial Museum aims to promote appreciation and understanding about the history and culture of Xieng Khouang. Four short films highlight these stories. Learn more about us in “Our Stories”. All entrance fees finance the museum’s operations. Our Museum Shop celebrates the artistry and craftsmanship of Xieng Khouang. Your purchase supports local artists … Read more

#Love Laos

Thinking about a holiday in Laos? Here you will find a collection of our favourite Lao travel articles, videos and stories to give you an insight into what a holiday in Laos can offer.

The Thakaek Loop

Grab a scooter in Thakaek, and put yourself in The Thakek Loop, Khammouane’s circuit connecting the province’s top adventures. The Loop begins in Thakaek, and runs east through Cave Alley, a 17-km stretch with easy-to-access caves, many with underground river boat rides. The Loop then splits north to the Nakai Plateau with Nam Theun 2 … Read more

Southern Laos Tourism Depts.

Breathtaking landscapes, ancient temples, relaxing islands, and coffee plantations, there is something for every traveller in Southern Laos. Time to explore!

Laos Tourism Marketing Dept.

From the rolling mountains of the north to the river islands of the south, ours is a land of untouched wonder and rare beauty. Rich in history, traditions, diverse landscapes and cultures, Laos is sure to captivate your inner explorer. When will you begin your journey of discovery?

Xieng Khouang Tourism Information

Tourists often ask, “Is there anything else to do in Xieng Khouang besides see the UNESCO World Heritage Site of jars?” The answer, “Plenty.”

Sekong Tourism Information Center

Most of Sekong remains a mystery, but you can tap into this remote province and see its hidden waterfalls and untouched ethnic villages.

Tourism Sayabouly

Immerse yourself in the myths surrounding Sayabouly’s ancient religious sites and caves, while enjoying untouched nature and getting up close with elephants.

Salavan Province Tourism

Be among the first to experience waterfalls rushing over the Bolaven Plateau, rarely explored caves, overlooked ethnic groups adept at weaving, and the scars of war.