20 Best Luang Prabang Attractions
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Smiling from the northern side of Laos, Luang Prabang takes its stand on the banks of the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers. Offering spiritual nourishment, Luang Prabang is one of the most stunning options available for tourists. Well famed for its Buddhist temples and religious atmosphere, this place has been cited as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its outstanding culture, history and architectural magnificence. It is a beautiful place for tourists to explore the authentically pious atmosphere. Luang Prabang attractions have a lot more to offer to your exploring heart.

Known as the famous royal palace museum, this place offers an exclusive architecture of early 19th century. Its convoluted panels depict the last life of Buddha. The beauty of the temple is beyond explanation and takes a tourist back to old times.

 Positioned on the main street of Old Quarter in Luang Prabang, it features beautiful ruby walls and the construction dates back to 1718.   

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Tad Sae Waterfall

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The Tat Sae Waterfalls popular as the Tad Sae Waterfalls are those waterfalls situated along the tributary of River Nam Khan in Luang Prabang, Laos about 18 kilometers southeast of Luang Prabang and 2 kilometers from village Bak En. The falls flow over the limestone formations among trees. Takes about an hour to reach by a tuk tuk or a shared minivan and a fee of 10,000 kip (or $1.25) is charged for a round boat trip to the fall from riverbank.

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The rainy season has always been marked as the ideal time for a visit to the falls; as December to July stays dry. The limestone cascades have always been a sight worth seeing. A number of pools wait the dry feet. Picnicking is a popular pastime at these falls. Elephants are often hired for a joyride. . Elephant tour operators offer this option as the last leg of the trip, however in the dry seasons they skip it.
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  • Invoke in this exciting heritage village tour in Luang Prabang and learn about the different heritage which is preserved in this villages. 
  • Get picked up at 8:00 AM from your hotel or an XiengMuane, Luang Prabang,Lao PDR in an air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Start your tour by visiting the famous Wat Visoun, Thad Makmo stupa and Wat Mai,  and admire the Luang Prabang architectural style. 
  • Visit the National Museum, Cascade and learn to make Sa paper in the the Xang Khong village.
  • Drive from the city and then enjoy the marvelous sight of the Kuangsi water fall followed by a delicious lunch.
  • Lastly visit the Phousi mount and climb upto 329 stairs for the panoramic view of the city.
  • Marvel at the sight of the breath taking sunset and then explore the market during the night.
  • Conclude your tour at around 7:00 PM in the evening and get dropped back to your hotel.
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Get acquainted with everything about the Laos cuisine as you avail a cooking class in Luang Prabang. This exceptional activity on your tour will help you learn more about the food culture of the place. From the art of making 2 Lao dishes, 3 dipping sauces, you will be taught overall 5 dishes in the cooking class Luang Prabang. You can mention your preferences for the dish and sauce you want to learn in advance while booking the package.

What to Expect from Cooking Class Luang Prabang

Explore the craft of authentic Hmong Cuisine
The Hmong cuisine comprises the usage of an array of herbs and spices that are found mostly in the Thai, Vietnamese and Laotian cuisines. Get acquainted with all the ingredients used popularly in the local homemade food of the area with your cooking class Luang Prabang.

Prepare eggplant, hog plum sauces and rattan
You must have tasted this dish dozens of times but with the cooking class in Luang Prabang, you will get to know how these dishes are created perfectly. Not only the dishes, but you will also get a chance to learn the side sauce served along with the dishes.

Get assistance in making papaya salad & others
Salad is quick to make one dish but has a specific procedure to create a perfect one. The cooking class Luang Prabang will acknowledge you with all the secrets of preparing a perfect salad.

Explore the adventure in the kitchen
For your love towards food, cooking class in Luang Prabang offers you a perfect escape to indulge in the art of learning your favourite dishes. Learn this new hobby for your love for food and invite your friends in the future to treat them with the same.

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Tour time: 9 AM-3 PM
Tour type: Group tour with a maximum number of 6

Age limit: the person should be 8 years or more to take part in this activity.

Transportation Facility: Round trip transportation is available (Hotels in Luang Prabang). Wait 10 minutes prior to your pickup in your hotel lobby to avoid any further delays.
Guide: Live tour commentary in English

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  • Indulge in this exciting cycling tour is Lunang Prabang and explore the amazing beauty of this region.
  • Start your tour at 9:00 AM and cycle through the Ban Phanom village and then further to the Henri Mouhot Tomb, which is famous for the explorer tomb of Angkor Wat.
  • Continue cycling to Ban Kok Ngiew then to Ban Annsavan and learn about the minority ethnic people.
  • From here you will cruise through the Khan river and pass through the rice fields to Ban Kok Wan to the Hmong village Ban Boha.
  • Once you reach there transfer to your bikes and then return back to the town.
  • On your way visit the Ban Xang Khong and  the Waving Lao Silk village.
  • Conclude your tour at 5:00 PM in the evening and head back home with lots of memories.

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  • Be there at Laos where you would get good offers of tours like this cycling trip towards Ban Phanom village which is famous for weaving.
  • Start your trip at around 08:30 AM on your bicycles, ride through the banks of the river Khan and arrive at the amazing Henri Mohot Tomb.
  • After sometime, prepare to resume your travel to Ban Picknoi village which houses the people of the Youane and Leu ethnic minorities
  • Board on a fishing boat, enjoy your crossing of the Nam Khan river and with this trail you will be heading to reach Ban Picknoi village.
  • On your further travel, you will be crossing Ban Kokvan villages, a Khmu ethnic minority and Ban Bohae a Hmong village. Enjoy your lunch also in between.
  • Hop on to your bicycles again to ride towards Luang Prabang, take a stop to see Ban Xang Khong where handmade Sa paper are made. 
  • Wind up your tour around 05:00 PM and carry the best memories back home.
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  • Embark in this exciting elephant safari and enjoy the amazing beauty of this region while riding on an elephant.
  • Start at 9:00 AM in the morning after driving to the the south of Luang Prabang 30 minutes to the Village then cross the Nam Khan River to Elephant Camp.
  • Get briefed by your guide and then begin your adventurous day with the elephant.
  • Ride on your elephant through the streams, teak trees and through Khan river.
  • Enjoy a bathe in the river and wash the elephants along with your friends.
  • Return to the elephant camp and then enjoy a delicious lunch.
  • Conclude your tour at around 5:00 PM after getting dropped back at your hotel or town. 
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Kuang Sii Waterfalls, Luang Prabang

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The Kuang Si Falls spelled also as Kuang Xi or called Tat Kuang Si Waterfalls, is basically a three tier waterfall 29 kilometers south of Luang Prabang. The falls start in shallow pools from a steep hillside leading to the main fall with 60 meters cascade. The water gets collected in many a turquoise blue pool as it flows downstream. The Cascades resulting are quite typical of the travertine waterfalls.

One can make way to the waterfalls on a hired motorcycle with some scenic village en-route or book a tour. Many opt for an unusual alternative and hire a boat and ride down River Mekong before catching yet another boat for the short hop across to these falls.
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UXO Laos Visitor Center

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Lao National Unexploded Ordnance Programme (UXO Lao) operates in the nine most impacted provinces all over the nation. UXO Lao makes way for land for agricultural and community related purposes (e.g. hospitals, schools, temples and water supply) along with developmental activities. UXO Laos Visitor Center is basically a permanent but small exhibition in Luang Prabang, which depicts the problems of UXO affecting Laos and efforts to clean affected areas.UXO Laos Luang Prabang visitor center is situated within a government building on Bounkhong Road.

UXO Laos visitors’ center usually stays Open from Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 12:00 and in the evenings from 13:00 to 16:00. 
There is no entrance fee or to the exhibition. This UXO Laos Luang Prabang visitor centre is exhibits with just 2rooms the different kinds of unexploited munitions (UXO), along with series of illustrations with appropriate data related to various wars that previously affected the country, the impact on civilian population and tasks of decontamination and cleaning are also exposed.
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Elephant Village, Luang Prabang

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Elephant Village is basically an elephant sanctuary and a popular tourist destination in Luang Prabang, Laos operated by a team of caring individuals for the rehabilitation and protection and of elephants. The magnificent "elephant village" is located about 15 km from Luang Prabang on the bank of River Nam Khan. Elephant Village is ideally located in the laps of Mother Nature, by misty mountains near the river. It's the first and one of its kinds in Laos that offers Elephant interaction programs alongside an outstanding variation of Elephant activity tours for the young as well as for the old.

The area around Elephant Village offers approximately 4 hectares of lush green nature, and sandbank at the camp allowing visitors to watch Elephants during their daily bath. A beautiful Elephant Lodge is connected via a small path, only a few hundred meters from the "Elephant Village", offering a simple but relaxing stay with well-furnished rooms in exclusive colonial style.
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Royal Palace

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In a well tended, spacious garden off Luang Prabang’s main boulevard (Thanon Sisavangvong), lies the wonderful Royal Palace Museum, also popular as Haw Kham. It's easy reaching the place. A walk up to the museum is easy. One can also opt for a rented motorcycle or bicycle in a cab or a tuk-tuk. The museum remains open from 08:00 to 11:30 and 13:30 to 16:00 daily except Tuesdays. The museum is the key if one is keen on knowing more about the Lao culture and history. T

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his museum had been a Royal Palace, built back in 1904 for the King Sisavangvong. One is bound to be impressed by the royal apartments well preserved. The exhibits of this museum include royal religious objects, statues, weapons, paintings and screens of centuries ago. On the mirrored Throne Hall, crown jewels of Laos can be seen. A room featuring murals that depict Lao life of the 1930s is worth visiting. There's also a new pavilion housing a 2,000 year-old, Prabang Buddha made of solid gold. The garage showcases the last king’s car collection.
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Mount Phousi, Luang Prabang

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Mount Phousi rises about 150 mtrs from the centre of Luang Prabang and is located between the Thanon Sisavangvong and the Thanon Phousi. From the summit, a 360-degree spectacular look of the city with River Mekong to the north, River Khan to its south and east, with all the temples, and surrounding landscape with the mountains has been marked favorite by tourists. When it comes to climbing Mount Phousi there are numerous steps. However the climb is gentle for one with reasonable health.

The popular time for visiting Mount Phousi is in the late afternoon, to watch the sunset over the Luang Prabang and surrounding countryside. For a much awaited peaceful experience, the sunrise view is worth catching, especially from the hill top. The Thanon Phousi staircase is comprising 355 steps zigzagging up till the summit, is well paved, offering several resting spots all along. The Wat Tham Phousi shrine, featuring a huge-bellied Buddha nestling in a grotto and reclining Buddha can be spotted halfway up on the hill. The golden Wat Chomsi, built in 1804 sits on top of Mount Phousi.
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Whiskey Village (Ban Xang Hai)

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Ban Xang Hai or Whisky Village is a tiny village located near the Mekong River. It draws visitors with its special strong whisky produced from rice which is sometimes fermented and sold in bottles. Lao-Lao comprises an integral part of the Lao culture. It is used during ceremonies for blessing and tourists are often offered a shot of firewater (or large glass) when on a village visit. Home to only a few people, this ancient settlement, offers the locals and the travellers’ handcrafted hooch.

Pulling up in a boat, along a shore and sipping from bamboo straws and learning about the whole fermentation procedure is a good idea. Visitors get the opportunity of buying this alcoholic creation, but those preferring water instead of whisky can watch locals weave Lao silk or go on a spree to buy locally made paper and fabrics. The only negative aspect about Ban Xang Hai is that jars of Lao-Lao may contain wildlife. A visit to the Whisky Village is often followed by a trip to the Pak Ou Caves since these two popular spots are located beside one another on Mekong River.
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Dine out on Traditional Lao Cuisine

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Laotian Food Is that International Cuisine tourists often miss out on. The first thing that one needs to know about the Lao cuisine is that the sticky rice is the national staple in Laos. Laotian people eat sticky rice, also known as glutinous rice, at every meal. The next aspect is the importance of vegetables and the dipping sauces. Khao Jee sandwich, Lao Sausage, Khao Poon (Rice Vermicelli Soup), Larb, Pho, Or Lam (Lao Stew), Sien Savannah, Tam Mak Hoong, Som Moo are some of Lao favorites.

Dine out on Traditional Lao Cuisine

 Pha Khao Lao, Amphone, Makphet, Kua Lao are some of the best restaurants to lunch or dine in Lao cuisine. Pho Zap, Seoul Restaurant, Nazim, Osaka are some of these. The international dining is superb with nationals globally opening up restaurants like Bistro 22, Le Silipa, Pimenton, and Aria and so on.
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Tad Thong Waterfall

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For years, this path was hidden from the public but is open again to let the world witness the beauty of the natural jungle and waterfalls. The waterfalls usually are spring fed, as are many of the falls in this area, which naturally reduce to a trickle as the dry season comes to an end - but Tad Thong is more impressive and known for a Jungle walk, so the waterfalls are sort of a bonus, as claims tourists and not the primary reason for a visit.

Tad Thong gives an opportunity of taking a short but vigorous hike through the jungles, and a spring-fed pool to a place entirely to oneself. The Tad Thong has always been a place of must visit as it is a quiet spot ideal for a long, nice nature walk with butterflies and beautiful falls and only a few tourists with friendly locals.
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Visit Morning Market

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Vientiane Talaat Sao, the morning market is widely known for offering a wonderful selection of the local offerings, mostly of fabric-based stuff. The stalls and shops stay open from early till about 17:00. The indoor market, older and newer malls have been fused together to make Talaat Sao the favored shopping centre for both the locals and the visitors. Mostly the indoor mall keeps featuring household appliances, the knock-off electronics and watches. A few vendors sell delicious Lao ice cream sundaes with yummy coconut ice-cream, nuts, jelly sweets and sticky rice. For buying a sinh, traditional Lao skirt, and endless choices of fabrics are available. Silk scarves, wooden boxes, carvings and bowls are scattered over shops.

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 There are shops selling snakes in trinkets and Lao whiskey. Lao herbal remedies are sold. The older mall, opposite of the bus station is of three storeys selling Western as well as Lao clothing alongside electronic goods. Those desperate for parts for a phone, laptops or cameras, find this the ideal place to visit. If one has been looking for traditional styles, the Lao Cotton keeps quality stuff, so does few other shops. The newer mall attempts to raise the standards, and thus features high-end cosmetics, accessories, gold traders and better electronics.
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Bamboo Bridge

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For the construction of any kind, the most important requirement is the use of the bamboo. These products are available are made with the help of the most dependable and versatile building material. Bamboo is considered to be a very fast growing plant that survives itself in different climates and situation. It can be available in a climate that is stretched across the globe from that of North Australia to that of the eastern side of Asia.

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 This may include regions such as India and parts of the USA and other European countries. The structure becomes so strong that it becomes hard, and it looks beautiful and has a fine finish. In parts of the world especially in the climates of the tropical region, there are forests to grow huge bamboos that are used for construction. The method of construction with the help of bamboo is used for making industry and is becoming dependent on other alternative methods by using renewable items.
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Wat Mai Suwannapumaram

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The Wat Mai Suwannapumaram is a popular attraction in Luang Prabang. Situated next to the famous Royal Palace Museum along the Sisavong Vang Road lays this early nineteenth century temple, the Wat Mai Suwannapumaram (popular as 'Wat Mai' to majority). The sim of this particular temple escaped destruction by Chinese Haw, according to few sources this sim was too beautiful to be destroye

Wat Mai Suwannapumaram

 The four tier roof highlights religious architecture of Luang Prabang. However, more impressive are its wood carvings and the gold-leaf murals on main pillars along with the portico entrance to this temple. The intricate panels depict the last life of Buddha. During Bun Pimai festival or the Lao New Year, for purposes of ritual cleansing, the Prabang sacred Buddha image is carried from Royal Palace to Wat Mai. An entrance fee of 10,000 Kips (US $1) are charged from foreign tourists to visit the Wat Mai Suwannapumaram.
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Wat Sensoukaram

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Located on one of the main street on Sakkarin Road, Old Quarter, Luang Prabang is the Wat Sensoukaram which does not require an admission fee. It dates back to 1718 and features beautiful ruby walls. Many tourists claim that it resembles Wat Maysouvanhnaphoumaram, but it’s worth visiting the Wat Sensoukharam. The same gold and black scheme of colors presides over majority of the temple, and pairs well with blue skies. Wat Sensoukharam is also popular as Wat Sen.

Wat Sensoukaram

The temple had been originally built with 100.000 stones from River Mekong, for this, its name in Laotian culture means the “Temple of 100.000 treasures”. This whole temple had been restored back in 1957. If one is walking from Mount Phu Si along the Sakkarin Road towards Wat Xieng Thong one is bound to pass Wat Sen. Wat Sensoukaram’s glorious red walls have earned a repuation as one of the most impressive temples of the city. It is a popular place for tourists to take part and watch Tak Bat.
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Wat Long Khoun

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Wat Long Khun also known as Long Khoun is the Monastary of Happy or Blessed Song also popular as the Monastery of the Willow Stream has been sited attractively on a 1.5 hectare flat area on top of a stairway leading to the right bank of River Mekong nearly directly across the river from the Wat Xieng Thong. An original meditation room that was previously used by the kings is still intact inside with the living quarters of the monks built in the model of a traditional wooden outhouse.

Wat Long Khoun

The entrance into the 1937 portico can be seen to be guarded by 2 huge Chinese statues with an entire porch supported by elegant eight black and gold columns that are topped with the lotus petals. The temple features deities and variety of other carvings and statues including red ceiling with the dharma wheels, artful peacocks and other mythical creatures stenciled intricately. It opens daily from 08:00 to 17:00. The charges for entrance are about $1US. The temple can be reached by boat.
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Kuang Si Butterfly Park

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The forests near Kuang Si Waterfall have attracted butterflies. The Kuang Si Butterfly Park offers visitors the opportunity of appreciating them up close while you’re at the falls or at the bear sanctuary. Following the path from the entrance, through well-designed gardens, one comes across the pretty streams and eventually reaches the netted garden with beautiful and interesting butterflies.

Kuang Si Butterfly Park

Several feeder stations are set up where fluttery insects allow a close-up and keep flocking. A fun “fish spa” has been set up to let the fishes nip on the skin. It’s worth a visit if one has been looking for something to do with the children and it also helps to escape the maddening crowds. It takes about 300 meters before entering Kuang Si Waterfalls, nearly 29km from the Luang Prabang. This butterfly park opens daily from 10:00 to 17:00.
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