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Hanoi Art Tour

A great chance to visit all biggest art galleries in town and to meet with Hanoi well known artists at their homes/ studios such as:
Pham Luc Artist
Mai Hien Artist

Price: 105 usd/ Per person ( group of 2people up)

Hanoi Cooking Class

Meet and learnt to cook Vietnamese Pho (rice noodle), Nem (spring roll) with the most famous Hanoi's chef. Madame Anh Tuyet
Tour Prices : 113 USD/ per person

Hire car for Xiengkhouang from Vientiane / 1day/ 1way
Trip code C-711
Routing Vientiane - Vang vien - Xiengkhouang/ 1day/ 1way
Price 250 $
Validity 31/12/2017

We provide private 12 seats van for transfer from Vientiane city of Laos to Phonsavan of Xiengkhouang, via Vang Vien town, total  = 435 km

Travel schedules:
Pick up at Vientiane city at 07.00 am and drive for Vang vien town for lunch and continue our car trip up Phnonsavan of Xiengkhouang, drop off at your hotel on arrival and car rental ends

Hire car included: Driver, road tolls, Parking fees

For further details, please email us at:

Suggest: This private van for max  6 passengers + small luggages


We do not receive booking car on this route for departing after 10.00 Am since the road is long
Surcharge if request for overnight in  Phonsavanh or visit the Plain of Jars ( better request at advance to arrange the services)

The Plain of Jars

The Plain of Jars is a large area extending around Phonsavan from the southwest to the northeast, where huge jars of unknown origin are scattered about in over a dozen groupings. Despite local myth, the jars have been fashioned from solid stone, most from a tertiary conglomerate known as molasse (akin to sandstone), and a few from granite. ‘Quarries’ (actually boulder fields) west of Muang Sui have been discovered containing half-finished jars. Apparently the jars were carved from solid boulders of varying sizes, which goes a long way to explain the many different sizes and shapes.

Many of the smaller jars have been taken away by various collectors, but there are still several hundred or so on the plain in the five major sites (out of the 20 or so known to exist) that are worth visiting.

Site 1 (Thong Hai Hin; admission US$0.70), the biggest and most accessible site, is 15km southwest of Phonsavan and features 250 jars, most weighing 600kg to one tonne each. The largest jar weighs as much as six tonnes and is said to have been the victory cup of mythical King Jeuam and so is called Hai Jeuam. The site has two pavilions and restrooms that were built for a visit by Thailand’s crown prince.

Two other jar sites are readily accessible by road from Phonsavan. Site 2 (Hai Hin Phu Salato; admission US$0.70), about 25km south of town, features 90 jars spread out across two adjacent hillsides. Vehicles can reach the base of the hills, so it’s only a short if steep walk to the jars.

More impressive is 150-jar Site 3 (Hai Hin Lat Khai; admission US$0.70). It’s about 10km south of Site 2 (or 35km from Phonsavan) on a scenic hill-top near Lat Khai, southeast of Phonsavan. Ban Xieng Di contains a small monastery where the remains of Buddha images that were damaged in the war have been displayed. The villagers, who live in unusually large houses compared with those of the average lowland Lao, grow rice, sugar cane, avocado and banana. Villagers can lead you on a short hike to a local waterfall called Tat Lang (admission US$0.50). To reach the jar site you must hike around 2km along rice paddy dykes and up the hill.

Many smaller sites can also be seen in Muang Kham district, but none of them contain more than 40 or so jars. Only Sites 1, 2 and 3 are considered to be reasonably free of UXO. Even at these sites you should take care to stay within the jar areas and stick to worn footpaths.

Plain of jars in laos
The Plain of Jars in Phonsavan

Our Transportation Services include:

+ Airport Transfers :
Hanoi, Hai phong, Dong Hoi, Hue, Danang, Nha Trang, Dalat, Hochiminh, Can Tho, Phu Quoc, Sapa
+ Seaport Transfers: Hai Phong, Cai lan (Halong), Tien sa (danang), Chan may (Hue), Vung Tau, Saigon
+ Long journeys departing from:  Hanoi, Hue, Hoi an, Nha Trang, Hochiminh, Can Tho, Sapa, Bac Ha, Vientiane, Vang Vieng, Pakse

Day Bookings also available! You can book a car/ Bus for a whole day or for a few hours for which the service will be charged at an hourly basis.

-Airport transfer Inclusion of:
Road, bridge tolls, parking fees of day time( not night time), gasoline, car insurance and professional, licensed driver ( at least 4years of driving experience).

- Airport transfer Exclusion of:
Overnight parking fee (outside the cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh).

And all other not mentioned in the routings

Car conditions:
Last moderns of 2010,2011,2012 with air-conditioning, seat-belts

Type of Car:
Ford , Mecerdes, Honda, Toyota, BMW, Huyndai

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