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A great place to spend a relaxing walk amongst the village and learning more about the local way of life and customs. You can enjoy the French colonial influence on the architecture and it is well worth the time to visit here during your stay...More
This World Heritage Area is very charming. It's set over the excessive peninsula created the place that the Nam Khan satisfies the Mekong. Lots of the existing French colonial buildings are already retained and now are used for French style and tourist accommodation cafes. great...More
Place that is nice to stroll about, have a coffee, check or beer what the companies have to provide to determine exactly what you searching for (although you are able to do just about everything without a tour). There is a night market getting crazy...More
This's such a beautiful area. It almost has a classic western movie feel to it, with quiet streets plus small roadside cafes. It is an extremely great area merely to wander round and explore. There's a street market and street food there often as much...More
It n't known as a UNESCO World Heritage City for nothing! A peaceful stroll along the roadways, particularly near Wat Xieng Thong, between the homes, restaurants, temples, and 2 rivers bordering the city, is exactly what you mustn't overlook when in Luang Prabang. The climate...More
The existing Quarter is bigger than it at first seems, it is the entire peninsula between the Nam Khan and also the Mekong, well worth a couple of hours exploration for lots of hidden gems, not simply along Sakkaline road. Wat Xieng Thong may be...More
The existing quarter is a little but tremendous part of Luang Prabang, high above the 2 rivers which flank the city. Wandering around the existing quarter was enjoyable enough, and also does not take also one day to discuss quite fully. But there's a lack...More
Hi, I didnt use a tour guide (apart from to waterfalls on group tours etc which i booked on trip advisor)...just wandered around myself...most people in hotels and bars speak pretty good english and can advise...just dont... More
Hi, I didnt use a tour guide (apart from to waterfalls on group tours etc which i booked on trip advisor)...just wandered around myself...most people in hotels and bars speak pretty good english and can advise...just dont get them to read a map!