One of the special features about Laos is that it is a country doesn’t have any coastal line, which also means no link to the sea. Therefore, instead of seawater, Laos is full of mountains in nature. This area contains a lot of peak and also famous for its natural sceneries. Here is the list of some outstanding peaks that you might want to take a look once in your lifetime.

Phou Bia – Highest Mountain in Laos

  • Height: 2819 m (approximately 9248.7 ft.)
  • Location: Annamese Cordillera, Xiengkhoang Province (Northern Laos)
The top of Phou Bia

The top of Phou Bia

  • Features:

– Can’t trek up due to restriction
– A lot of UXO from the war in the past remaining there
– It has been 30 years no one live there

Phu Xai Lai Leng

  • Height: 2720 m
  • Location: In the border between Laos (Xiengkhoang Province) and Vietnam (Nghe An Province)
Sea of clouds view from the top of Phu Xai Lai Leng

Sea of clouds view from the top of Phu Xai Lai Leng

  • Features:

– One of the ultra-prominent peaks in Southeast Asia (higher than surrounding 1500 meters)
– Suitable for adventurer and person who get used to with craggy area.
– You should take advantage of your journey in Indochina from Vietnam is visit this area

Phou Khe

  • Height: 2079 m (Prominent: 1646 m)
  • Location: Luang Prabang Province, the international border between Laos and Thailand
The road lead up to Phou Khe

The road lead up to Phou Khe

  • Feature:

– A part of Luang Prabang Range, one of the ultra-prominent in Southeast Asia

Mount Phousi – Scared Mountain

  • Height: just 100 m
  • Location: Luang Prabang
A temple on the top of Mount Phousi

A temple on the top of Mount Phousi

  • Feature:

– One the most attractive destination in Luang Prabang
– On the top, you will encounter Wat Chom Si, a glided Buddha Stupa.
– Descending the mountain, there is a chance to watch the sunset and view the city from a paranomic view
– Entrance Fee: 20000 kip on the half way up