• Destinations in Luang Prabang attracts many visitors

    When traveling in Laos, you can spend a day drinking coffee or wandering through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Luang Pha Bang. However, it also has breathtaking and mysterious natural wonders that attract many visitors.

    Kuang Si Waterfall 

    Dubbed the most beautiful waterfall in Luang Pha Bang, Kuang Si waterfall is located in the fauna and flora reserve of Laos, surrounded by dense forest mountains and flowing into many streams, many layers of waterfalls, large and small. With wet weather all year round, the government is very protective of flora and fauna, so Kuang Si nature develops very naturally and abundantly. Along the trail leading to the waterfall, you will find many rare reptiles, fungi and flowers.

    Pak Ou Caves


    the-to-the-water-flood-the-hut-for-the-go-to-the-go-to-landThe Pak Ou Caves are the caves of a thousand Buddhas

    Pak Ou Cave is known by a different name by the local name is Tam Ting cave, which means cave of a thousand Buddhas. Here are thousands of Buddha statues ranging in size from the palm of a hand to the size of an ordinary person. The latest actual figure shows that there are about 4,000 statues in two caves, 1,500 statues in the upper cave called Tam Pum cave and 2,500 statues in the lower cave and the main cave called Tam Ting cave.

    Yachts on the Mekong River

    If you're going to the Pak Ou Caves, the Botanical Garden or the Tad Sae, part of your itinerary will include a cruise on a river boat. Take a boat ride to watch the sunset on the Mekong River, visitors will observe the scenery on both sides of the city, welcome the fresh and cool sky and relax on the vast and vast mother river. In addition, if visitors love river appointments, you can pre-order a meal on the cruise, or order a sip coffee and immerse yourself in the tunes and sounds of traditional musical instruments. 

    The town of Nong Khiaw

    Like many other localities in Laos, the local cuisine of Laos is always an attractive thing to tourists. And in the town of Nong Khiaw, many tourists gave their culinary praises, for their good quality and much cheaper prices than in Luang Prabang or Vang Vieng. Many restaurants and restaurants in Nong Khiaw also accept processing upon request, but choosing the food according to your preferences will take a long time, sometimes even an hour. In addition, many visitors come to Nong Khiaw to have a glimpse of the sunset from the top of Phadeng, where the perfect intersection between the horizon and charming river scenery. 

    Pha Tad Ke Botanical Garden

    Take a ferry across the Mekong River to Pha Tad Ke Botanical Garden, the first botanical garden in Laos that opened in 2016. The botanical garden displays a full range of native plants and flowers as well as a cafe , restaurants, shops and craft stalls. It can be said that Pha Tad Ke Botanical Garden is the place to store the green moth leaves of Luang Pha Bang, where visitors can immerse themselves in the fresh nature, sip a cup of sweet aromatic tea to enjoy life.

    Muang Ngoi Neua

    Still self-contained in a simple and traditional lifestyle from ancient Laos, until 2015, tourism started to develop, Muang Ngoi Neua just started to take the look of a tourist town. Located along the Nam Ou River, a river that runs through beautiful ancient villages, Muang Ngoi Neua is nestled on the rolling hills, many caves are remnants of bombing attacks during the Laos Civil War. If you want to find a peaceful place in Luang Prabang, the name Muang Ngoi Neua will certainly not disappoint.

    Tad Sae Waterfall

    Another great experience when you join Luang Pha Bang tour is kayaking at Tad Sae waterfall, one of the waterfalls representing the beauty of nature in Northern Laos. Leaving the crowded Luang Pha Bang, we stop, soak in the clear blue water at the foot of the waterfall or participate in kayaking to go down the river to the Nam Khan River. This wonderful adventure will show you a majestic river view of the land of Million Elephants.

    Whiskey Village

    Whiskey Village, or Ban Xang Hai, is a popular stopover associated with Pak Ou Caves. The small village is famous for distilling and selling Lao whiskey. With specialties are the insect alcohol, snake centipede, ... soaked in bottles with unique and eye-catching shapes, is considered the healing medicine of the local people. In addition to selling traditional wine, women in the village also do some more crafts such as weaving to make scarves, skirts, ... to serve tourists.

    Wat Xieng Thong

    Rent a mountain bike or motorbike and take a ferry across to the Mekong River to explore Wat Xieng Thong. While the Wat Xieng Thong is geographically very close to Luong Pha Bang town, you will find this place as a distant world at the end of dusty roads. Wat Xieng Thong or Xieng Thoong Pagoda is one of the oldest temples and also a destination in Luang Prabang that many tourists visit. With typical Lao architecture, the curved roof falls near the ground, all forming a beautiful landscape of the land of Million elephants.

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