Come to our visitor information centres in Phonsavanh, Thakhek and Vientiane!

Did you know Laos is the most heavily bombed country in the world, per capita? More than two million tons of bombs were dropped on Laos between 1964 and 1973. An estimated 30 per cent of them did not detonate, and continue to kill and injure. They also prevent communities from growing enough food and accessing schools, hospitals and clean water.

MAG has been clearing the deadly legacy of the bombing in Laos since 1994, saving lives and building safer futures for local communities.

At our visitor centres you can...

Learn the full story: how the bombs got there, how they affect people and how MAG clears them.

Watch filmsincluding the acclaimed documentaries Bomb Harvest and Surviving the Peace, both featuring MAG's work in Laos and also the film “Blood Road” which follows the journey of ultra-endurance mountain bike athlete Rebecca Rusch and her Vietnamese riding partner, Huyen Nguyen, as they pedal 1,200 miles along the infamous Ho Chi Minh Trail through the dense jungles of Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia.

• Photo Galleries: View incredible images, including features on scrap metal collection and all-female clearance teams from award-winning MAG photographer, Sean Sutton. 

Join the MAG family: buy a t-shirt, a copy of our DVD or a unique set of postcards.

100 per cent of donations made at the visitor centres are spent directly on supporting MAG's work in Laos

Xieng Khouang

Location: Main street (Thanon Laek 7; often known just as ‘road number 7’), next to STB bank, Phonsavan, Xieng Khouang.

Opening hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-8pm

Telephone: +856 20 555 61173, +856 20 555 61164


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Location: Chao Anou Rd, in front of SureStay Hotel by Best Western Vientiane

Opening hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10pm-6pm

Telephone: +856 20 555 29571


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