Due to an unprecedented number of enquiries in the recent months, we have added additional 7- and 9-Night cruise departure dates to the calendar.
At the break of dawn every morning, a truly captivating phenomenon takes place all across the streets of Luang Prabang as hundreds of monks set out for almsgiving, known as Tak Bat.
Every year, the 13th of April marks one of the most important holidays in Southeast Asian countries such as Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand — known to outsiders as the Water Festival.
“Mae Ping is very touching, dynamic… and at times our most unruly elephant – who will only listen if we have a banana,” laughs elephant conservationist, Wendy Leggat.
In anticipation of Heritage Line’s newest cruise along the Mekong River in Laos, we’ve compiled a collection of must-see films set in the mesmerizing Southeast Asian country of Laos.
The majestic, cascading Kuang Si Falls along with its natural swimming pools and vibrant turquoise waters are truly a sight to behold, drawing countless visitors annually.
One of the most important customs of Laotian culture is the revered Baci ceremony. The origins of this ritual stem from the ancient belief that the body has 32 guardian spirits, or kwan.
The Akha are one of many ethnic groups residing in Laos. But what truly sets them apart from other highland peoples are the women’s intricate headdresses, also known as the ‘u-coe’.
As the only landlocked country in Southeast Asia, Laotians depend on the Mekong as a vital source for sustenance and as a major artery for domestic transportation and trade.
Anouvong’s shipyard in Bokeo Province (Laos) is much livelier these days, as numerous mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineers have joined the construction process.