Spend four hours working alongside local chefs during this popular Laos cooking class in Vientiane. Pick ingredients from the garden and learn about local herbs and produce that go into some of the nation's most flavorful dishes. Sample your creations and gain a deeper understanding of this cuisine during this memorable, interactive, small-group experience.
Escape the city for a scenic cruise along the Nam Ou River on this full-day private tour from Luang Prabang. Along the way, explore inside the sacred Pak Ou Cave, sample traditional Lao rice whisky in Ban Xang Hai village and marvel at age-old handicrafts like silk weaving and wood paper making in Ban Xang Khong village.
Take part in a Luang Prabang alms giving ceremony on an early morning tour that’s a fascinating introduction to Laos’ Buddhist traditions. You can simply watch as a procession of robed, barefoot monks walk by, or join in by presenting a monk with an offering of food, receiving a Buddhist blessing in return.
Less than an hour from Luang Prabang, the Kuang Si Waterfalls are a stunning sight, with cascading falls surrounded by lush jungle. This tour takes the scenic route from Luang Prabang with a cruise along the Mekong River, followed by a short tuk-tuk ride to reach the falls. Cool off with a swim beneath the falls, visit the Kuang Si Bear Rescue Centre, and enjoy a picnic lunch by the waterfront, before returning to the city by boat.
Marvel over the magnificent temples of Luang Prabang as you explore the UNESCO-listed town by tuk-tuk. Hop aboard for a full-day private tour and visit Wat Aham, Wat Sibounheuang, Wat Sop, Wat Mai and more. Stand in awe before the opulent Wat Xieng Thong; admire the antique wooden Buddhas on display at Wat Visoun and enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant (included). Finally, climb to the summit of Mount Phousi to watch the sunset over the city.
People said This is not an "attraction", this is why you come to Luang Prabang. It is a town of temples, monks, markets, wooden houses, lush tropical foliage, bordered by two swiftly flowing rivers. You can spend hours checking out the river traffic, wandering through temple precincts, pampering yourself with heavenly fish massages..