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Destinations

Wat Longkhun

Wat Longkhun The enchanting Wat Longkhun is set amid bougainvillea and starburst Palmyra palms. When the coronation of a Luang Prabang king was pending, it was customary for him to spend three days in retreat at Wat Longkhun before ascending...
Phousi Hill

Overview Dominating the old city centre and a favourite with sunset junkies, the abrupt 100m-tall hill of Phousi is crowned by a 24m gilded stupa called That Chomsi . Viewed from a distance, especially when floodlit at night, the structure seems...
Close to the banks of the Nam Khan River, the Elephant Village Sanctuary (also known as the Elephant Park Project) works towards providing a peaceful future for rescued Lao elephants. Starting by saving the elephants from often brutal logging...
Royal Palace Museum

The Royal Palace Museum in Luang Prabang (also known as “Haw Kham” or “Golden Hall”) was once Laos’ Royal Palace. It houses a lot of interesting historical items. Every item tells a story…so you will learn quite a lot...
Wat Xieng Thong

Luang Prabang’s best-known and most visited monastery is centered on a 1560 sim that’s considered a classic of local design. Its roofs sweep low to the ground and there’s an idiosyncratic ‘tree of life’ mosaic set on its west...

Foods and Drinks

Of the many dishes Laos has to offer, few epitomize Lao cuisine better than tam mak hoong, or papaya salad; it’d be difficult to avoid tasting this delicious dish at least once while travelling in the country. >> Lao Laap Where to...

Many of the standard dishes served around Laos are adaptations from Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese food. One dish that is 100 percent traditional Lao though is laap, arguably the national dish of Laos; we would argue that a visit...
Drinking in Laos

All water offered to customers in restaurants or hotels will be purified, so one needn’t fret about the safety of taking a sip (for more information on water safety, see the Health section earlier in this chapter). In restaurants you...
Nam khao or naem khao is Lao crispy rice salad, a flavorful dish eaten with your fingers at a family feast or with friends after work over beer. Nam khao is laborious to make, but luckily it’s sold ready-made...
Khao soi noodles

Khao soi or khao soy is a Burmese-influenced dish served widely in northern Laos and northern Thailand. The name means “cut rice” in Thai, although it is possible that it is simply a corruption of the Burmese word for...

Hotels and Resorts

Villa Chitdara

Sisombath House

Sisombath House is located in Luang Prabang, 2 km away from Phousi Mountain. The property features a tour desk, which organises excursion to tourist...
Villa Merry No 1

The Villa Merry No 1 at the Khan River offers a good range of services and amenities. As well as enjoying your delicious breakfast....
Phonemaly Guesthouse

Designed for both business and leisure travel, Phonemaly Guesthouse is ideally situated in Town Center; one of the city's most popular locales. The hotel...
The Apsara

The luxurious Apsara is located in Luang Prabang, a 5-minute walk from Wat Xieng Thong Temple. It features a restaurant and elegant non-smoking rooms...

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