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This is main reason to visit Luang Prabang. The French architecture combined with Lao influence is an interesting fusion of cultures and the town's buildings remain remarkably intact. Lots to see and appreciate in this regard. Besides seeing the plethora of British colonial era buildings...More
My wife and I spent a considerable amount of time in the old quarter. We loved it so much that we hired a guide to show us around the area and give us some history in the various Lao and French buildings. This provided us...More
The old quarter is great for quietly strolling through history, enjoying the sites and sounds of how the world used to be. There are a multitude of wats to visit and the royal palace is a great escape. Start early as the crowds also do....More
We were staying just around the corner from here so we spent a lot of time wandering up and down and going to the various places to eat and drink. We also found a small shop and a few laundry places. There were also lots...More
Although there are a lot of tourists these days Luang Prabang with its colonial architecture, its monasteries and the wonderful river restaurants remains one of the most impressing places in South East Asia.
Luang Prabang outdated society might be most charming area we have stayed in on a number of trips to S.E.Asia, displaying Laos at its best, as well as suggested by its UNESCO World Heritage condition. It really is incredibly quiet throughout the night aside from...More