Festival in Laos- why you to see

Laos is a land of festivals and celebrations, where every months of a year has own unique festivals. Travelling to Laos in April, the biggest festival  all around country you do not want to miss is Laos New Year( Pimai Lao), celebrated from April 14 to April 16 every year. Travel Indochina Laos
As a humble country in South East Asia, Laos owns an unique and laid-back charm with many hidden treasurae for travellers to get away from chaotic found elsewhere. Here are a list of five tips  that help ensure you enjoyable time.
elephant festival

elephant festival – source: internet

It is much better if you have a clear map( if not, at least in your mind)  for places that you will visit in a day to make sure it is an aceptable and comfortable pace to you. It is good if you keep US dollars and visa card in your pocket. You can use them in tourist shops, shopping mall, restaurants, hotels…      April is by far the hottest month of the year in Laos. You should keep yourself hydrated. Do not let too many zeros in Kip confuse you, try to count carefully and compare some exchange shops to find the best rate. Luang Prabang and Vientiane celebrations are huge in size and activities. Travelling to Laos in April, the biggest festival  all around country you do not want to miss is Laos New Year( Pimai Lao), celebrated from April 14 to April 16.

Pimai Laos festival

Pimai Laos festival – source: internet

Make sure you have already planned for book flights, accomotion to get better price. Government offices are closed on these days. You should prepare to get wet whenever you go as water is thrown on everyone during Pimai Lao. Whenever you travel, if you want to save time and health to seek treasure in Laos, plan for your trip.  Laos is a buddhist country with 65 percents buddhist population. This article hope to give you something useful to help you have the valuable real Laos experience.  Behave respectfully to religious behaviors and activities in Laos culture.

Laos festival

Laos festival – source: internet

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