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Royal Palace Museum

Haw kham, Luang Prabang 06000, Laos
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Displays of the opulence of pre-Communist Laos.
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  • Very good46%
  • Average24%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible1%
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“royal cars” (45 reviews)
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Haw kham, Luang Prabang 06000, Laos
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Reviewed yesterday

Its in a spread out complex where some other buildings are also situated. You have to pay 30,000 kips to enter which is somewhat excessive. You can still see the other structures and temples in the complex without paying anything.

Thank Pradeep A
Reviewed yesterday

That place give us the chance to learn about the town and it's history. A must do in Luang Prabang !

Thank Océane P
Reviewed 4 days ago

A snapshot of the past, the throne room mosaic walls are amazing, don't miss the old yank cars down the back (if you're into old cars !!)

Thank GlenandSharon J
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I guess it's a demonstration of "government efficiency" and a communist one if you ever needed a proof. This so called museum is closed from 11:30. To. 1:30 For lunch. but, the tickets office will close at 11 in preparations for it. When you walk...More

1  Thank ofanoa
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Indeed a must visit venue to understand LP history better and see some very interesting buildings around the royal garden. This attraction is located in the middle of the city and also within walking distance to some other attractions. Very attractive building that looks like...More

Thank alfredc466
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was a highly recommended attraction in Luang Prabang but in my opinion, it was over rated. I expected to see more artifacts and history about Luang Prabang and the royal family but information was very limited. The museum is also open for short period...More

Thank JL7712
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Worth seeing, in the middle of the city. It has a nice park to walk around too. No photos or shoes inside.

Thank aneeltamivee
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very beautiful constructions! Interesting to see! Close to all! Located in central Luang Prabang!!? Must visit!

Thank adibfarid
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The walls of the throne room are decorated with Laos-style mosaics made from French glass. There are some fine examples of antique furniture throughout the building. Also on display are items of ceremonial clothing heavily embellished with exquisite embroidery. Behind the main building are the...More

Thank stitchflowers
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Take your shoes off as you enter. This museum offers an overview of the various kings that ruled this part of the world back in the day. It doesn't take long to get through it but it gives you some insight into how the world...More

Thank KenVicLee
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