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Wat Mai

Wat Mai Suwannaphumaham (Si Souvanna Phommaram, Mai Souvana Phoun Ram), or Wat Mai (The New Monastery), is one of the largest, most picturesque and most photographed of the wats of Luang Prabang. Located along ...

Elephant Park

The Elephant Park has 25 activity combinations to choose from, or you can meet our experienced staff and create your own personal package.

Kouang Si Waterfall

29 Kilometers south of Luang Prabang (about one hour) are the Kouang Si Waterfalls where you can hike, swim and soak up the beauty of the surrounding area and picnic.

Wat Long Khoun

Wat Long Khun (or Long Khoun), the Monastary of the Happy or Blessed Song (Monastère du chant bienheureaux) sometimes also is called the Monastery of the Willow Stream. The wat is attractively sited on ...

The Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre (TAEC)

The Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre is an independent, non-profit museum dedicated to the ethnic cultures in Laos. ...

Wat Pa Huak

Wat Pa Huak or the "Monastery of the Thornless Bamboo Forest" was founded in 1861 by Phaya Si Mahanam during the reign of King Chantharath (1850-72) and was named after the bamboo forest that used to ...

Pak Ou Caves

The longtail-boat ride on the Mekong is alone a worthy day trip. This stretch of river is lovely -- and from the base of the cave entrance, you get a view of the high cliffs and swirling water of the Nam Ou ...

The Feeding of the Monks

The alms round was, for the Buddha, a key feature of the monastic life and the alms bowl is, for all Buddhists, a symbol of the monastic order.

Mount Phousi

Mount Phousi, also written Mount Phu Si, is a hill right at the centre of the old town of Luang Prabang. It is bordered on one side by the Mekong River and on the other side by the Khan River.

Wat Wisunarat (Wat Visoun)

Wat Wisunalat (Vixoun, Visounnarath, Vixunhalat, Wisunarat) was originally built during the reign of King Wisunarat (or Vixoun, 1501-1520) in 1513 (some suggest 1512) and represents the earliest style, ...