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Vientiane, Vang Vieng, Luang Prabang, and more!

10 Days from/to Vientiane, Laos

February 29 – March 9, 2024


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Gay Laos tourEnjoy the decadence of the beauty of Laos and all it has to offer with 5 star accommodation and luxury massage treatments. You will be travelling in air-conditioned cars or minibuses, by boats along rivers, by inter-city train Lao style and using local flight carriers. First arriving at the capital Vientiane for 3 nights, you then travel by train to Vang Vieng for 1 night where the natural sights will take your breath away, then continue by train to picturesque Luang Prabang for 4 nights before returning to Vientiane by plane. Each day is carefully prepared for you with daily activities so you can then rest in the late afternoon and get pampered. Come book this gay group tour and have the experience of a lifetime.

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The stunning country of Laos is fast becoming a favourite for gay travellers to Asia. The country famous for the Mekong River is also renowned for its mountainous terrain, beautiful Buddhist monasteries and temples, colonial architecture, rice fields and hill tribes.

You’ll visit Luang Prabang, undoubtedly the drawcard attraction in Laos. The city itself is UNESCO World Heritage-listed. On this trip, you’ll explore temples, rivers and the impressive Lippi falls. This itinerary is a true mixture of everything that is great about Laos.


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From the French colonial streets of Vientiane to the quiet respite of Luang Prabang, gay travellers love kicking back landlocked Laos.

As a largely Buddhist country, Laos is generally tolerant of homosexuality. Despite a small population, Laos is home to 49 ethnic groups. The nation is officially Buddhist, and continues to practice daily traditions like Alms-giving. Long cut off from the rest of the world, today it’s laid-back and seemingly lost in time.


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Laos Gay Tour & Massage Itinerary

Day 1
Arrival in Vientiane, Laos
• Warm welcome at Vientiane Wattay International Airport (VTE)

Transfer to your 5 star hotel in Vientiane

"Meet and Greet" session at 8 pm in the hotel reception

Vientiane, the capital of Laos, is the antithesis of a bustling capital like London. In fact, it feels more like a welcoming village, nestled in a bend of the Mekong River, Vientiane is dotted with temples and quirky, accessible attractions like the Buddha Park featuring surreal statues of the Buddha and the Monk Chat, a monthly opportunity to hang out with, you guessed it, monks. The major monument in town is Patuxai, and local food, you'll want to head to the night market.


Vientiane gay tour - Emerald Buddha


Day 2
Vientiane, Laos
Wat Si Saket
Wat Si Saket is the only temple in Laos that survived the Siamese occupation, which destroyed much of the capital in 1828. It features over 10,000 Buddha sculptures of varying sizes and styles. The temple also has beautiful architecture and layout, with a history that dates back to 1818.

Ho Phrakeo Museum with the Temple of Emerald Buddha
Ho Phra Keo (or Haw Phra Kaew) is a former Buddhist shrine dating back to 1565 – today, it serves as a museum of religious arts in Vientiane. Locals call it ‘the Temple of the Emerald Buddha’ as Ho Phra Keo has a gilded throne meant for the Emerald Buddha, which now sits on the grounds of Bangkok’s Grand Palace.

Wat Thatluang Stupa
The holiest site in the Laos capital Vientiane, the gleaming, angular stupa of Pha That Luang dates from 1566 CE. The temple rose from the site of a 13th-century Khmer temple to house a relic from the Buddha—but has fallen and revived several times in the face of war and conquest.

Patuxai Victory Monument
The Patuxai Victory Gate is a massive concrete arch on Lang Xang Avenue. Reminiscent of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the monument commemorates Laos’s resilience and eventual independence, as well as those who lost their lives in the wars that got them to that point.


Vientiane gay tour - Buddha Park


Day 3
Vientiane, Laos
Buddha Park (25 kms/26 miles from Vientiane)
Buddha Park (Xieng Khuan) is an open-air sculpture park with giant sculptures of Buddha and Hindu deities. Located 25km southeast of Vientiane, the park was founded in 1958 by monk and sculpture artist, Bunleua Sulila.

Lao Revolution Museum
The museum, which was originally built in 1925 as the French governor's residence, presents the history of Laos, highlighting the Laotian people's struggle to free the country from foreign occupiers and imperialist forces.


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Day 4
Vang Vieng
Train 1st class from Vientiane to Vang Vieng

Hotel check-in

Tamchang Blue Lagoon Cave
The blue lagoons of Vang Vieng is still one of the most popular things to do in Laos. People travel from all around the world just to see the turquoise-coloured pools and to go for a swim in the cooling waters.

Lao Revolution Cave
Vieng Xai was home to the leaders of the Communist led revolution during their struggle against the French Colonial regime and later the American government. Deemed an almost impregnable hideout because of their inaccessibility and natural protection from bombing, they were used from around 1964 until the mid 1980s.

Fishing boat trip up Nam Song river (1 hour)
The rugged karst landscape of Vang Vieng is one of the most mesmerizing in Laos. A ride along the Nam Song River offers the best way to discover this stunning scenery. Visitors will be amazed by the gigantic limestone mountains covered by lush green forest all along the way.


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Day 5
Luang Prabang
Train from Vang Vieng at 9 am to Luang Prabang, arriving 10.45 am

Hotel check-in

Wat Xieng Thong
Wat Xieng Thong is one of the largest temples in Luang Prabang. A symbol of great historic importance, its structure has characteristics of 16th-century Lao architecture, with elaborate mosaic patterns, wall carvings, rare Buddhist deities, and a 12-metre-tall funeral carriage.

Wat Visoun
Wat Visoun or Wat Wisunalat is the oldest Buddhist temple in Luang Prabang, also one of the most popular sites in the city. Wat Visoun was originally built in 1513, during the reign of King Visoun who ruled the country from 1501 to 1520.

Royal Palace Museum
The Royal Palace Museum of Luang Prabang once served as the residence of King Sisavang Vong and his family during the French colonial era. Designed in the French Beaux-Arts style with many tasteful accents of traditional Lao culture, the palace was converted into a museum in 1995.


Kuang Si waterfalls gay tour


Day 6
Luang Prabang
Ethnic villages
Visit a great selection of villages inhibited by a selection of different ethnic groups, there is no better way to experience local daily life in such a short time! You will know more about different villages and see the great landscapes, cultures and traditions around Luang Prabang.

Kuangsi waterfalls
The Kuang Si Falls has 3 tiers leading to a 50-metre drop into shallow pools, before flowing downstream. Surrounded by lush tropical jungle, the pools have cascades of up to 5 metres high. If you don’t fancy a swim, you can relax in the shade and watch others having fun jumping in and out of the water.


Laos gay tour - Pak Ou Caves


Day 7
Luang Prabang
Long tail boat to explore Mekong river
Hop onboard a long tail boat for a relaxing journey aong the Mekong River. Enjoy the views from the water as you pass by local villages and fishing communities.

The Buddha caves
Pak Ou Caves, 25 km north of Luang Prabang, have a history dating back thousands of years. Packed with over 4,000 Buddha icons, the caves are set in a dramatic limestone cliff at the point where the Mekong joins the Nam Ou River.

Lao whisky village with tastings
Whiskey Village (Ban Xang Hai) sits on the banks of the Mekong, roughly 4 miles (6.5 kilometers) by boat from the Pak Ou Caves. Here, you can witness the traditional method of making lao-lao, the local rice wine.


Laos Cooking Class


Day 8
Luang Prabang Cooking Class
Visit local market to buy fresh produce

Cooking lesson

Meal preparation
– bamboo soup
– steamed fish in banana leaves
– lemongrass with pork
– papaya salad with sticky rice

Don’t just eat delicious Laotian dishes, learn to cook them yourself during a cooking class and market tour in Luang Prabang. Exploring the market with a guide means that you’ll overcome the language barrier and discover exotic ingredients that you may otherwise have missed.


Vientiane night market


Day 9
From Luang Prabang to Vientiae
Flight from Luang Prabang to Vientiane

Walk along the Mekong to watch the sunset

Vientiane night market
The Vientiane Night Market takes place along the Mekong Riverfront, where you can see rows of red-roofed stalls selling handicrafts, clothes, and electronics. Some of the most common items you can find at the Vientiane Night Market include Buddhist-inspired paintings, cheap sunglasses, and shirts with Beerlao logos.


Day 10
Vientiae Departure
Farewell at your hotel

Vientiane Wattay International Airport (VTE) transfer

Each day includes a luxury massage subject to availability.


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Laos Gay Tour Highlights

Luxury Massages: on a daily basis

Ho Phrakeo Museum: see the Emerald Buddha

Buddha Park: religious statues in a natural garden setting

Boat Rides: fishing boat in Vang Vieng and a traditional long tailed boat in Luang Prabang

Inter-City Train trips: in 1st class

Ethnic villages: see how the true natives live

Whisky visit: see the process of making local whisky and tastings

Lao Cooking class: buying local produce and learning how to cook them Lao style

Night Market: buy your souvenirs before you depart


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Included in this Tour

• Warm welcome at the airport on arrival

• Air-conditioned land transport within Laos

• English speaking tour guide 24/7

• Hotel accommodation (5 star)

• All breakfasts

• Airport transfers from/to Vientiane Wattay International Airport

• Activities mentioned as per the itinerary (including a daily massage)

• All entrance fees


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Not Included in this Tour

• Lunch and dinner

• International flights to and from Vientiane

• Laos Tourist Visa (you can order online via iVisa)
Note: Americans need a Laos Tourist Visa to enter Laos

• Travel Insurance (compulsory)


Crowne Plaza Vientiane Hotel


Tour Hotels

Crowne Plaza Vientiane Hotel, Vientiane, 5*

Conveniently located along the Samsenthai Road, Crowne Plaza Vientiane is located in the city center and just 15 minutes from Wattay International Airport. It features free WiFi throughout.

Ideal for both business and leisure travelers, Crowne Plaza Vientiane features 198-well appointed rooms and suites that combines traditional Lao with modern conveniences to ensure a relaxing stay. All units feature a flat-screen TV, a seating area and a private bathroom with hot shower facilities.


Crowne Plaza Vientiane room


Guests can relax by the outdoor infinity pool or work out at the 24-hour fitness room. For further relaxation, opt in for a soothing spa session in one of the five private rooms.

International dishes can be enjoyed at the restaurant. For refreshing drinks, head over to the Elephant Lounge by the lobby.


Riverside Boutique Resort Hotel


Riverside Boutique Resort Hotel, Vang Vieng, 4.5*

Located on the banks of the Nam Song River, Riverside Boutique Resort, Vang Vieng features elegant French colonial architecture and a stylish ethnic decor. Guests can relax by the pool or enjoy a fresh cup of coffee from Bolaven Plateau at the restaurant.

Fitted with tiled flooring, air-conditioned room features a flat-screen cable TV, a mini-bar and an electric kettle. An private bathroom comes with a bathtub, free toiletries and a hairdryer. A bathrobe and slippers are provided.


Crowne Plaza Vientiane room


Staff at the 24-hour front desk can help guests arrange airport shuttles and laundry services. The resort is also equipped with meeting facilities, a gift shop and free private parking.

Offering stunning views of the limestone mountains, Restaurant du Crabe d’Or serves authentic Laos dishes, as well as traditional Asian and French cuisines. A list of French and Chilean wine is available.


Satri House Hotel


Satri House Hotel, Luang Prabang, 5*

Satri House is one of the most exquisite places in this ancient city, designed with a style inspired by Lao culture and set in a truly relaxing environment. Here you can enjoy private moments to yourself and really unwind or sit and watch the everyday life of local people from your balcony.

Guests can lounge by the 2 pools and enjoy views of the beautiful landscaped grounds. The hotel’s spa features massage services and sauna facilities.


Satri House Hotel room


The 28 Rooms and 3 Suites are furnished with superior crafted wood furniture, oversized balconies, spacious bath rooms with rain shower and separate toilet room, and bath tubs in the Suites. Facilities include a restaurant, garden bar, library, outdoor swimming pools and spa.

The modern rooms at Satri House feature beautiful interiors and a cable TV. Standard amenities include a minibar and fridge. The on-site restaurant serves delicious local and international specialties.


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Laos Luxury Gay Tour & Massage Prices

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Per person
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Tour Only, Per Person, Double Occupancy
Each day includes a luxury massage subject to availability.

$ 5,395

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Prices are per person in USD, and subject to change until confirmed.

Optional Single Supplement - $1,995

Min. Deposit: $950 per person. Balance Due 90 days before departure

Price does not include 3% payment card charges. No additional charges on bank transfer payments.


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