Look around the world heritage
Upon arrival in Luang Prabang, you will be transferred to your hotel. In 1995 UNESCO declared the entire town of Luang Prabang a World Heritage Site. Nestled in the mountains at the confluence of the Mekong and Khan Rivers, this former royal capital is one of the most delightful towns in all of Asia. Small enough to explore on foot, the town reveals its charm and history at every turn, with gilded temples on nearly every corner and saffron robed monks strolling the quiet streets. The local markets offer produce, as well as silver and textiles; Hmong tribeswomen come here to shop.
Day1. Arrive Luang Prabang
Meet your guide at the airport and then transfer you to the hotel for check in, and enjoy your our sunset at MT Pusii.
Day2. Luang Prabang - Mekong cruise to Pak Ou
After breakfast visit the main temple (Wat Xiengthong, Wat Visoun, palace museum. After Lunch visit Buddha cave by boat on the way stop to visit rice whisky village and silk production.
Day3. Luang Prabang - Kuangsi waterfall
5:30Am rise early to witness the monks in their morning meal procession. Return to your hotel for breakfast.
After breakfast drive to visit cool waterfall on the way stop to visit Hmong village. return to Luang Prabang by late afternoon.
Day4. Luang prabang - departure
Take your free time, your guide will take you to the airport.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel, Airport, Boat pier.. and Other
End location: Hotel or Airport...
Duration: 4 days
Everyday, every seaon
-Boat cruise to the cave
-10% Government Tax
-Drinking water through the tour
-Entrance for the places
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Mr Vong is a very helpful and considerate guide as we have an 82 year old grandma with us. We felt very comfortable with his arrangement during our visits. He and his driver had extended great assistance to grandma especially on aboarding and alighting from vehicle and boat. He is also knowledgable and passionate in answering all my questions regarding Laos and the local people. Thank you very much, Mr Vong!
Chye Kim Lee