This land is been Sold to Chinese investors.


IF YOU LOOKING FOR LAND CONTACT US Location, Location, Location! The number one rule in real estate. Unique chance to be owner of prime land location for elderly care hospitalisation offering a minimum medical attention/hospital rehabilitation for Chinese’s or Gated community of 14 to 18 residence.

The Chinese’s population in Laos is growing rapidly. (Actually they represent 2% of the population of Laos approximately 185,000 peoples) But the new fast train will carry nearly 2 million passengers in 2022. The service for passenger will start in 2022 and it’s will cost 1/3 of the fligh air ticket. Now 500,000 tourist visit Luang Prabang compare to 50,000 10 years ago. There no Elderly residence offering medical attention in Laos for Lao citizens and Chinese people.

Land for sale at Ban Phanom, Luang Prabang, Laos next to the New administration center of Power China.


  • 5970 sqm of land to build + 5,000-/+ sqm of right of use in front of the river (green space) + private road of 970 sqm.
  • Leasehold 50 years lease or transfer land title ;
  • Private road to access to the site that assure security and tranquility;
  • In Front of Namkhan river for over 155 meters with a view, quiet and secure;
  • Best location in Luang Prabang with a fantastic sunset.
  • Beside the new project of Power China (office & residential development under construction )
  • Nearby the Namkhan Farm a biological certified farm.
  • 4 km from the core of Luang Prabang and 8 km from the new train station.
  • Possibility of Financing at 5% with 30% cash down, 5 years.

Biography of the promoter. Luc Delorme.

Born in 1952 in Canada. The owner of the land and apartments / house was a real estate expert (chartered real estate appraiser) in Montreal, Quebec, Canada for over 25 years before retiring and choosing Luang Prabang in Laos for the quality of life. Since now 10 years he lives in Laos. While in Montreal, he was a partner in a real estate appraisal firm, and carried out marketing expertise and research for real estate companies or major investors. When he came to Laos, he built a resort in the Laotian jungle at 13 km from Luang Prabang and now seeks to maximize the potential of the best location that can be found in Luang Prabang for residential purposes. He seeks to sell all his asset since he realizes the evolution of the real estate market in Laos and particularly in Luang Prabang. For any further information we can communicate with him directly via email in English @ (+856 20 55571127)

Guarantee 5% commission to the agent vendor

ASKING PRICE ONLY 22,000,000 THB or 3,200THB/sqm


Call  Cell: (856) 20 55571127

Commission to the vendor 5%

Recent news from of Laos and Chinese community.

The present situation in Laos has led to a resurgence of the Laotian Chinese business community in the midst of a rise in incoming foreign investment and increasing trade of every sort from Mainland China as well as Overseas Chinese investors in the neighboring Southeast Asian countries. In order for the community to secure and protect their economic interests, many Laotian Chinese conduct business via the Association of Chinese, who are responsible for acclimating immigrant Chinese or fellow Sino-Laotian entrepreneurs and investors through the maze of administrative steps needed to become permanent residents and obtain the right to exercise private business activity and funnel their capital through private bamboo networks for new startup business ventures.

Laos’s lack of an indigenous Laotian commercial culture in the private sector that is dominated entirely by Laotian Chinese themselves has encouraged a plethora of Mainland Chinese foreign investment capital into the country. The modern Laotian business sector is highly dependent on ethnic Chinese companies who control virtually the country’s entire economy. An influx of capital from Mainland China have led to new construction projects in northern Laos with hydraulic infrastructures, prospecting, high-yield plantations, and textile factories.[23] Many newer Chinese immigrants relate more to the Laotian Chinese community itself and traditionally maintain only secondary links with China. These first generation immigrants tend to fully identify themselves as Chinese in order to provide market openings between Laos and China.[24]

Laos will launch a fast-track immigration service for travelers from China beginning on November 1, relaxing controls at the country’s main border crossing, which was previously sealed to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In recent years, as infrastructure links with China have improved, Laos has become a magnet for Chinese investment and immigration, which has transformed the physical landscape of the capital Vientiane and the northern provinces. The easing of border restrictions is likely designed to encourage the revival of Laos’s tourism sector, as well as allowing Chinese business owners to re-enter the country. In 2018, China was the country’s third-largest source of tourist arrivals after Thailand and Vietnam.