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ELEPHANT VILLAGE

The Elephant Village is an elephant sanctuary and tourist destination in Luang Prabang, that aims at rescueing elephants from the dangerous logging industry in Laos.

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HISTORICAL CENTER

The Luang Prabang center, particularly the main street, is dotted with many smaller temples such as Wat Hosian Voravihane. The Haw Kham Royal Palace Museum and the Wat Xieng Thong temple are among the best known historical sites.

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KAYAKING IN THE MEKONG RIVER

Explore the mighty Mekong River on a Kayak! Many tours depart from the Ban Lad Khammune village and arrive in Luang Prabang 1, 2 or 3 days later depending on your choice of tour.

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KUANG SI WATERFALLS

The Kuang Si Falls, a.k.a. Kuang Xi or Tat Kuang Si Waterfalls, is a three tier waterfall about 29 kilometres south of Luang Prabang. These waterfalls are a favourite side trip for tourists in Luang Prabang.

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LUANG PRABANG NATIONAL MUSEUM

The Luang Prabang Royal Palace (now a museum) was built in 1904 during the French colonial era for King Sisavang Vong and his family.

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MOUNT PHOU SI

Mount Phousi, standing at 100 meters above sea level, is Luang Prabang's highest hill. It takes more than 300 steps to reach the top, and watch the sun rise or set over the Mekong River.

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PAK OU CAVES

The Pak Ou, Tham Ting and Tham Theung caves overlook the Mekong River, 25 km to the north of Luang Prabang. The caves are noted for their miniature Buddha sculptures, as hundreds of small wooden Buddhist figures are laid out over the wall shelves; they assume many different positions, including meditation, teaching, peace, reclining (nirvana) etc.

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TAT SAE WATERFALLS

The Tat Sae Waterfalls, a.k.a. Tad Sae Waterfalls, are located along a tributary of the Nam Khan River in the Luang Prabang province.

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UXO LAOS VISITOR CENTRE

The UXO Lao Visitors Centre in Luang Prabang offers an exhibition of the hardware, ammunition, cluster bombs, and relics of the Vietnam war, when the U.S. dropped in excess of two million tons of ordnance over much of the country - rendering Laos as the most heavily-bombed country in history.

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WAT PAHOUAK

Across the street from the Royal Palace Museum, in the heart of Luang Prabang, lies Wat Pahouak, one of the town’s oldest temples.

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WAT SIPHOUTTHABAT THIPPHARAM

A quiet and peaceful temple, off the beaten tracks. You will find young monks meditating and singing prayers, and almost no tourists.

ELEPHANT VILLAGE

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The Elephant Village is an elephant sanctuary and tourist destination in Luang Prabang, that aims at rescueing elephants from the dangerous logging industry in Laos.

HISTORICAL CENTER

Laos-Luang-Prabang-Tourism-Historical-Center-18647 COVER

The Luang Prabang center, particularly the main street, is dotted with many smaller temples such as Wat Hosian Voravihane. The Haw Kham Royal Palace Museum and the Wat Xieng Thong temple are among the best known historical sites.

KAYAKING IN THE MEKONG RIVER

Laos-Luang-Prabang-Tourism-Kayaking-in-the-Mekong-river-18763 COVER

Explore the mighty Mekong River on a Kayak! Many tours depart from the Ban Lad Khammune village and arrive in Luang Prabang 1, 2 or 3 days later depending on your choice of tour.

KUANG SI WATERFALLS

Laos-Tourism-Kuang-Si-waterfalls-Bottom-of-the-falls,-bears-and-natural-swimming-pools-185 COVER

The Kuang Si Falls, a.k.a. Kuang Xi or Tat Kuang Si Waterfalls, is a three tier waterfall about 29 kilometres south of Luang Prabang. These waterfalls are a favourite side trip for tourists in Luang Prabang.

LUANG PRABANG NATIONAL MUSEUM

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The Luang Prabang Royal Palace (now a museum) was built in 1904 during the French colonial era for King Sisavang Vong and his family.

MOUNT PHOU SI

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Mount Phousi, standing at 100 meters above sea level, is Luang Prabang's highest hill. It takes more than 300 steps to reach the top, and watch the sun rise or set over the Mekong River.

PAK OU CAVES

Laos-Luang-Prabang-Tourism-Pak-Ou-Caves-Lower-cave-18800 COVER

The Pak Ou, Tham Ting and Tham Theung caves overlook the Mekong River, 25 km to the north of Luang Prabang. The caves are noted for their miniature Buddha sculptures, as hundreds of small wooden Buddhist figures are laid out over the wall shelves; they assume many different positions, including meditation, teaching, peace, reclining (nirvana) etc.

TAT SAE WATERFALLS

Laos-Luang-Prabang-Tourism-Tat-Sae-Waterfalls-19655 COVER

The Tat Sae Waterfalls, a.k.a. Tad Sae Waterfalls, are located along a tributary of the Nam Khan River in the Luang Prabang province.

UXO LAOS VISITOR CENTRE

Laos-Luang-Prabang-Tourism-UXO-Laos-Visitor-Centre-18679 COVER

The UXO Lao Visitors Centre in Luang Prabang offers an exhibition of the hardware, ammunition, cluster bombs, and relics of the Vietnam war, when the U.S. dropped in excess of two million tons of ordnance over much of the country - rendering Laos as the most heavily-bombed country in history.

WAT PAHOUAK

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Across the street from the Royal Palace Museum, in the heart of Luang Prabang, lies Wat Pahouak, one of the town’s oldest temples.

WAT SIPHOUTTHABAT THIPPHARAM

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A quiet and peaceful temple, off the beaten tracks. You will find young monks meditating and singing prayers, and almost no tourists.

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