Purple Roofs Gay Travel Directory logo
Purple Roofs Select ListingsGay Travel SweepstakesGay Travel SpecialsPurple Roofs Gay Travel Blog RSS FeedContact Purple RoofsAdd/Edit a Listing on PurpleRoofs.comPurple Roofs - Twitter Purple Roofs - Pinterest Gay Inns for SalePurple Roofs Gay Travel BlogPurple Roofs Gay Travel Home Page Purple Roofs Gay Travel Events Purple Roofs Gay Travel Directory Navbar

Purple Unions Gay Realty Network Gayapolis Mongoose On The Loose


Laos Gay Travel Resources

Jump to Travel Agents / Tour Operators | Back to Asia and the Middle East

Rivergarden Bungalow Don Dhet
Rivergarden%20Bungalow - Gay%20OwnedGuesthouse in Don%20Dhet, Laos

Ph: 8560207701860
Mb: 8560207701860
Don Dhet, Laos
Contact: Khun Aek

Gay Owned Guesthouse
Gay Men, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Straight

Low-Hi/Nt: 5-12 US Dollar
High Season: Same Year Round
Payment: Cash
Purple Roofs Disc: No
General Disc: No
Travel Agents: No
Bungalows and Restaurant: Rivergarden has three cheap, but well-decorated and very clean bungalows with shared facilities, along with a restaurant on site. There are also three Bungalows with private bathroom available, which are very close. The place is quiet and private. Rivergarden is just 300 meters away from the old railway bridge.

Amenities: Private Bath Nonsmoking Rooms Available No Internet Access Garden, River Views No Handicap Access Children Welcome Dogs/Cats Welcome No Meals Included Rooms/Rental Units: 7

Villa Deux Rivieres Luang Prabang
Villa%20Deux%20Rivieres - Gay%20FriendlyHotel in Luang%20Prabang, Laos

Ph: 856207378575
Mb: 856207378575
Kingkitsarath rd, Luang Prabang, Laos
Contact: Chris Mulder

Gay Friendly Hotel
Gay Men, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Straight

Low-Hi/Nt: 75-210 US Dollar
High Season: 16-Oct-31-Mar
Payment: Cash, Visa, MC, Paypal
Purple Roofs Disc: 10% - Mention PURPLE ROOFS. Internet rates
General Disc: No
Travel Agents: No
Right in the Heart of the Old City: On the banks of the Nam Khan river (the quiet side of the peninsula) with all main historical places in walking distance. 16 rooms spread out over 4 low rise buildings, decorated in traditional Lao style. Equipped with air-con, mini bar, fan, safe, lcd tv, rain shower, free wifi. Rates per room.

Amenities: Private Bath Nonsmoking Facility Wireless in Room Garden, River Views Partial Handicap Access Children - Call First No Pets Full Brkfst Rooms/Rental Units: 16

Thavonsouk Resort Vang Vieng
Thavonsouk%20Resort - Gay%20FriendlyResort in Vang%20Vieng, Laos

Ph: 856-23 511096
Fx: 856-23 511215
Mb: 856 2388098
Ban Vieng Keo, Vang Vieng, Laos
Contact: Aluna Thavonsouk

Gay Friendly Resort
Gay Men, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Straight

Low-Hi/Nt: 37-160 US Dollar
High Season: 1-Oct-31-Apr
Payment: Cash, Visa, MC, Debit Card, JCB
Purple Roofs Disc: No
General Disc: No
Travel Agents: 10%, Please inquire
A Riverside Hotel with an Unbeatable View: Thavonsouk is a quality family run hotel with international standards. The resort is set in lush tropical gardens on the banks of the Nam Song, offering what is arguably the best view in town of the stunning karste mountain scenery. Only 3 hours from Vientiane, 4 from Bangkok by air Vang Vieng is an ideal place for a weekend break.

Amenities: Private Bath Nonsmoking Rooms Available Wireless in Room River, Mountain Views Partial Handicap Access Children Welcome No Pets Full Brkfst Rooms/Rental Units: 24

S Viet Travel Hanoi, Vietnam
S%20Viet%20Travel - Gay%20FriendlyTravel%20Agency,%20Tour%20Operator in Hanoi, Vietnam

Ph: 0977860338
272 Huu Hung, Hanoi, 100000, Vietnam
Contact: Hien Do

Gay Friendly Travel Agency, Tour Operator
Gay Men Lesbian Bisexual Straight

Destinations: Hanoi, Hochiminh, Halong, Sapa, Mekong Delta
Services: Flights
Cruises
Car Rental
Tours
Vacation Planning
Specialties: Handicapped
Corporate
Students
S Viet Travel is committed to provide with the very best customer-friendly services during each step of your journey, from planning your sightseeing tour or vacation, to arranging your best and flexible tour package to make it suit the needs of each participant of your group.


At Purple Roofs, we list thousands of gay and lesbian owned and friendly accommodations around the world - bed and breakfasts, vacation rentals, hotels, guest houses, and much more. We also list hundreds of gay and lesbian friendly travel agents and tour operators.

Unlike many other travel directories, Purple Roofs is not a simple repackaging of mainstream hotel chains for the gay and lesbian market (though we do have a couple of the gay-friendliest) - instead, we offer thousands of locally owned accommodations that you won't find in one place anywhere else.

This is our Laos Gay Travel section - here, you'll find Laos gay friendly and lesbian and gay owned bed and breakfasts, inns, hotels, vacation rentals, and other accommodations. We also list Laos travel agents and tour operators, as well as local gay travel events, gay travel news, and much more.

Innkeepers - Add a Listing to Purple Roofs

At Purple Roofs, we list thousands of gay friendly and gay owned accommodations, and yours could be next. If your accommodations welcome the LGBT community, add them here.

Innkeepers - Add a Listing to Purple Roofs

Join our maillist and get our monthly email newsletter and specials newswire free:

Email:

Name:

Privacy Policy

Innkeepers - Add a Listing to Purple Roofs

Win Five Nights in the Berkshires - Kemble Inn

Win Five Nights in the Berkshires - Kemble Inn

Win Five Nights in the Berkshires From the Kemble Inn

Name:

City:

State/Prov:

Country:

Email:

Yes, Add to Maillist

No, Don't Add

Full Contest Details Here

Visit the Kemble Inn

If we know about any local gay travel events in Laos, we'll list them here.

Vietnam and Laos Roundtrip

Hanoi - Vietnam and Laos Roundtrip
Custom

A set package of 13 days to the fascinated country of Vietnam-country with a diverse range of culture, history, natural wonder, excitement and outright indulgence and relaxation. Continue to Laos-the charming country with warm, friendly people, see fabulous sights and taste mouth-watering local cuisine.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Crawl through the Cu Chi Tunnels
  • Stroll the atmospheric streets of Hoi An
  • Admire ancient royal relics in Hue Travel to Vietnam's scenic Halong Bay
  • Wander through Hanoi's Old Quarter
  • Soak up the French-inspired culture in Vientiane
  • Take a dip beneath Kuang Si falls

More Details


Gay Life in Peru - The Nomadic Boys Posted On Feb 15th, 2017

Recipe for Peruvian Pisco Sour Cocktail - Nomadic Boys Posted On Feb 12th, 2017

Laos Gay Islands: Si Phan Don - The Scruffy Italian Traveler Posted On Feb 8th, 2017

Vientiane, Laos - The Scruffy Italian Traveler

Dec 31st, 1969

I stopped in Vientiane on my way to Malaysia after a tour around Cambodia and Southern Laos in December last year. I arrived in the big Laos capital after spending a few days in the beautiful area of the 4 thousand Islands in the Southern part of the country, where I chilled and relaxed while enjoying its beautiful outdoors! Vientiane lays... read_more

5 Of The Best Places To Stay For Eco-Friendly Vacations - Nomadic Boys

Apr 14th, 2016

Green living is a growing trend, which has expanded exponentially over the past few years. Travellers are now planning their holidays and booking hotels based on their eco-friendliness. The tourism industry has evolved with many hotels and attractions changing their habits to match the growing demand to be eco-friendly. Today we introduce 5 of the best green spots around the world... read_more

Nomadic Boys - How Many Days to Spend in Luang Prabang

Apr 11th, 2015

We spent over a week in Luang Prabang during our trip to Laos, but most of this time was spent catching up with our blog. It's a great base in Laos for working: Wi-Fi works quite well and is a little bit cheaper than Vientiane. We stayed at the Singharat Guesthouse, paying $23 a night, which included a hearty breakfast. But more... read_more

Nomadic Boys - 10 Observations and Facts About Laos

Apr 10th, 2015

We knew absolutely nothing about Laos before planning our trip here. It's often compared to Thailand because of its tied history, when the former Thai Siam Empire ruled not so long ago. Yet, through our travels in this little known country, we discovered several quite distinctive and remarkable facts about Laos. 1. The highest consumers of sticky rice ("khao niaow") The Laotians are... read_more

Nomadic Boys - The Best Street Food in Luang Prabang, Laos

Apr 9th, 2015

Luang Prabang is a great city to visit in North Laos. We particularly loved it because of the excellent street food in the night market. It reminded us of our street food experiences in Thailand and the yummy street food scene in Xi'An in China. This is our top 10 favourite street food in Luang Prabang that made us very happy... read_more

Nomadic Boys - Harvesting Rice Luang Prabang, Laos

Apr 8th, 2015

Laos is famous for consuming a lot of sticky rice and the Laotians are the highest consumers of it in the world. In Luang Prabang we visited the Living Land Farm where we learnt how to harvest rice. There are 13 stages involved (technically 14: the last one, our favourite. Can you guess what it is?) Step 1: select best grains... read_more

Nomadic Boys - Our Laos Travel Video

Apr 6th, 2015

In March 2015 we discovered Laos. We started in the capital city, Vientiane then went North to Vang Vieng. Vang Vieng is popular for tubing with some beautiful surrounding landscapes. In Luang Prabang, we learnt to harvest rice, took a cooking class at the Tamarind Cooking School and went diving with the monks at the stunning Kuang Si Waterfalls. We ended our... read_more

Nomadic Boys - Discover Laos's Gay Luang Prabang With a Local

Apr 5th, 2015

It appears to be another Asian country struggling hard to accept and protect its LGBT population. There are no anti discrimination laws in place and marriage equality is nowhere near being implemented. Yet, there are no laws criminalising homosexuality and haven't really ever been since independence. We also felt completely at ease travelling as a gay couple in Laos: locals just... read_more

Nomadic Boys - Best Food to Try in Laos

Apr 2nd, 2015

The food in Laos is not very well known compared to its Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese neighbours. Laotian cuisine has similarities with Thailand (such as the spicy papaya salad) and Vietnam (the noodle soups popular in Laos reminded us of Vietnamese Phos). We set out to discover the more unique aspects of the Laotian cuisine and what we think are the... read_more

Laotian Recipies from The Nomadic Boys

Mar 31st, 2015

Our traveling friends the Nomadic Boys just published a few of their favorite Laotian recipes: Laotian coconut sticky rice desert recipe Laotian coconut sticky rice is a delicious desert usually made from purple sticky rice and coconut milk. Purple (or black rice) is a healthier grain of glutinous rice and more commonly used in Laos in deserts. The purple rice is not... read_more


Contact Purple RoofsPurple Roofs Select ListingsGay Inns for SalePurple Roofs Gay Travel Blog RSS feedAdd/Edit a Listing on PurpleRoofs.comGay Travel SweepstakesPurple Roofs - Twitter Purple Roofs - Pinterest Gay Travel SpecialsPurple Roofs Gay Travel BlogPurple Roofs Gay Travel Home Page Purple Roofs Gay Travel Events
Purple Roofs Gay Travel Navbar

home | blog | specials | sweepstakes | for sale | add/edit listing | select list | contact us | about us | links
newsletter achives | add banner | policies | sitemap | kudos | Gay Realty Network | Purple Unions | Mi Casa Su Casa
facebook | google + | pinterest | twitter
Site designed/maintained by Mongoose on the Loose, Copyright 2016 | Purple Roofs, PO Box 19341, Sacramento, CA 95819