Luang Prabang

World Heritage listed Luang Prabang, known as the spiritual hub of Asia, is a delightful mix of Asia meets France. Her streets are made to get lost in, her food is not to be rushed and this stunning riverside town is sure to leave you wanting more...

To Do:

Be sure to get up at dawn to check out the monks collecting alms along the streets.

Must do: Visit Kuang Si Waterfalls - really beautiful, take your bathers if you fancy a swim there.

While away the hours wandering through the streets getting beautifully lost.

Head out to the only bar that opens late, at the Ten Pin Bowling Alley!

Take in a game of platanque with the locals.

Head to Tamarind Cooking School - beautiful setting!

To Eat:

We really loved the french food at L'Elephant, here you can try the usual French fare, including escargo and frogs, as well as many bistro favourites! It's touristy but has quality food.

We also loved the food and snacks at Joma Bakery - amazing sweets!

Delilah’s Place - yummy home cooking.

Be sure to try the Laarb - delicious!

To Stay:

We stayed at Sala Prabang and it was really beautiful and an awesome location - right on the riverside - check out rateson Booking.com or Agoda HERE

The next scale up I would recommend the Burasari - rateson Booking.com or Agoda HERE

The next scale down I would recommend Thida Guesthouse - rates on Booking.com or Agoda HERE

To compare a few different options check out Agoda HERE, best price guarantee and you earn points for your stay to use for future bookings!

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With gratitude, Ducky xo

 

 

 

 

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