Explore the culture and history of Luang Prabang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on this private half day tour. Luang Prabang, the former royal capital, is situated on the Mekong River and surrounded by beautiful green mountains. The town itself is picturesque and offers a wonderful mix of ancient temples and French-Indochinese architecture. This tour’s destinations include the main highlights of Luang Prabang center-town such as Buddhist temples, Royal Palace museum, local market. It is simply the must do Luang Prabang tour for any first time visitors to the country. ※Choosing option 5:30 start, you have a fantastic opportunity to witness the captivating centuries old daily tradition of the alms giving ceremony and visit local morning market.
Explore Laos’ one of the most respected holy sites Pak Ou Caves on this half-day river cruise. We depart Luang Prabang boat pier in the morning. Float down the Mekong river and see many scenery of countryside. We will enjoy a 3-hour morning boat trip. Stopping by a local village "Ban Xang Hai" for tasting their unique homemade local rice whisky and rice wine. A local tour guide will accompany throughout the tour. Tour guide will explain the history and culture of Pak Ou Caves. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.Afterward, we enjoy buffet lunch at the restaurant overlooking the Mekong surrounded by tropical forests. Return to Luang Prabang city by minivan at 2:00 pm※Private boat cruise option: We'll offer a private round trip by your own boat and tour guide.The tour date is reschedulable until 7 pm day before. Please contact us by email or message or visit Manifa Travel office (opposite of Villa Santi Hotel)
Discover rural life in Luang Prabang with this full-day farm experience. Travel from the city to Ban Phong Van, where you'll stop at the Living Land Farm. Learn about how locals cultivate rice and participate in seasonal activities on the farm alongside locals. This is the perfect tour for travelers who want to experience the life of locals and learn more about the culture, traditions and practices in Laos.
See some of Luang Prabang’s highlights, from colonial-era architecture to elaborate temples, on a half-day tour that’s a great orientation to local history and culture. With an itinerary that features the Royal Palace Museum, Wat Choumkhong, Heuan Chan Heritage, and more, the tour also explores a bit of daily life in Luang Prabang, from the morning market to temples where locals come to pray.
Take a sunset cruise on the legendary Mekong River. This tour consists of a 3 hour afternoon and sunset cruise including a visit to Pak Ou Caves with a tour guide commentary. Enjoy the stunning views from the river while on a picturesque boat tour • A comprehensive guided door-to-door package starting at noon • Buffet lunch in an elephant camp (Authentic Luang Prabang cuisine and international dishes) • Learn about the history and culture of Laos in Pak Ou Caves with one of our trained local tour guides • Photo opportunities of Luang Prabang countryside at sunset • Upgrade for a private tour.
Exploring countryside Luang Prabang. This tour visits the most popular destinations Pak Ou Caves & Kuan Si waterfalls in one day. Departure from city at 9:00 AM, we enjoy the views as you drive into the countryside. Along the way we stop to visit Whisky Village. We then embark a boat trip to Pak Ou Caves on the Mekong River. Enjoy a breathtaking view from water and visit Pak Ou Caves. Afterwards, we have a beautiful buffet style lunch at the restaurant – overlooking the Mekong riverIn the afternoon, we take a car to visit Kuang Si Waterfall. You will have time to explore the three layered Kuang Si Waterfall walk the trails of the nature reserve and swim in the refreshing turquoise water pools and visit the bear rescue center. We leave for Luang Prabang in the late afternoon. Along the way we stop to visit a Hmong village. Return to the city between 5:30-6:00 PM
A full day tour in Luang Prabang. In the morning we visit major highlights of Luang Prabang Heritage area with a private tour guides. (Optionally participating with alms giving ceremony in the early morning) We then visit Ock Pop Living Craft Center at noon and have a lunch in their cafe. Afterwards, we join in one of half day afternoon classes offered by the center to discover the fascinating world of Lao textiles and handicrafts.Please choose one of the classes below and pay the guide on the day of the tour. Please see the Ock pop tok living craft center homepage for detailsNatural Dyes Class (Our Price US$39 or LAK 340,000, Retail Price LAK 378,000)Silk Weaving Class (Our Price US$39 or LAK 340,000, Retail Price LAK 378,000)Bamboo Weaving Class (Our Price US$22 or LAK 190,000, Retail Price LAK 208,000)Hmong Batik Class (Our Price US$39 or LAK 340,000, Retail Price LAK 378,000)Tye-Dye Family Class (Our Price US$23/child, US$28/adult, Retail $26/child $32/adult)
After visit the temple and culture of the world heritage then drive up to the northeast to visit the plain of jar where we could see the stone jars then drive down to Vangvieng to see the limestone city and cave of Buddha and drive to Vientiane capital city of Laos.
The ancient town of Luang Prabang situated in northern Laos, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. Considered by many travellers and writers as being the heart of Laotian culture, the tiny town is encircled by mountains and is 700 metres above sea level at the confluence of the Nam Khan and Mekong Rivers. for this tour case we start from alms offer and go to pak ou caves.
The ancient town of Luang Prabang situated in northern Laos, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. Considered by many travelers and writers as being the heart of Laotian culture, the tiny town is encircled by mountains and is 700 meter above sea level at the confluence of the Nam Khan and Mekong Rivers. for this tour case we start from alms offer and go to pak ou caves.
Luang Prabang, the ancient capital of laos and it is center province in northern Laos, lies in a valley at the confluence of the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers. Inhabited for thousands of years, it was the royal capital of the country until 1975. It’s known for its many Buddhist temples, including the gilded Wat Xieng Thong, dating to the 16th century, and Wat Mai, once the residence of the head of Laotian Buddhism.
Visit Ock Pop Tok Living Crafts Centre on a 2.5-hour excursion from Luang Prabang, and follow the artisanal production of Lao textiles from silkworm to loom. You’ll meet the women who create textiles on traditional looms, try spinning, weaving, and dyeing, and support a project that empowers local communities. Choose from two afternoon departure times for this weaving and textiles excursion from Luang Prabang, which includes pickup and drop-off at your hotel.
Immerse yourself in Laos’ rural traditions on a full-day trip to an organic farm and Kuang Si Waterfall. You’ll get hands-on experience with planting, harvesting, and preparing rice on an organic farm, then learn about traditional handcrafts. Next, cruise the Mekong River to Kuang Si Waterfall, where you’ll eat lunch at the edge of a jungle-fringed pool. This full-day tour includes pickup and drop-off at centrally-located Luang Prabang hotels, as well as lunch, activities, and all entrance fees.
Experience Luang Prabang’s cultural heritage and religious traditions on a full-day private tour of the city, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take in monks’ early-morning alms procession through the hushed streets, and visit a vibrant morning market. Explore the former royal palace and the city’s holiest sites: step into gleaming temples dim sanctuaries, and circle golden stupas. Join a local family in their home to participate in Baci Lao — ‘the calling of the soul’ — and receive good luck blessings based on ancient practices and beliefs.
Laos tour package is delivering a great choice of cultural attractions for traveler visiting Laos, experience the rolling mountains, remote villages, tribal crafts and the magic of the Mekong. They leave with so much more: irreplaceable memories of smiling locals, Luang prabang, Vang vieng, Vientiane.
In 1995 UNESCO declared the entire town of Luang Prabang a World Heritage Site. Nestled in the mountains at the confluence of the Mekong and Khan Rivers, this former royal capital is one of the most delightful towns in all of Asia. Small enough to explore on foot, the town reveals its charm and history at every turn, with gilded temples on nearly every corner and saffron robed monks strolling the quiet streets. The local markets offer produce, as well as silver and textiles; Hmong tribeswomen come here to shop.
Pedal country roads to Ban Chan Pottery Village on a 6-hour bike tour from Luang Prabang that explores traditional pottery, village cuisine, and the Buddhist temple of Chompet. You’ll follow the pottery process from start to finish, with the chance to thrown your own pot, then join a local family for lunch at their home. This 6-hour bike ride from Luang Prabang includes lunch, as well as pickup and drop-off at your hotel, and it’s the perfect way to get beyond the city and explore.
Discover the beautiful temples, traditional villages, and natural wonders of Laos all in one day on this tour from Luang Prabang. Make an early start to attend the daily alms giving ceremony, an important Buddhist tradition, then head to the local market. Explore the Pak Ou Caves, a sacred site along the Nam Ou River; visit the artisan villages of Ban Xang Hai and Sangkong; and cool off with a swim at the Kuang Si waterfalls.
Receive wishes of good luck in a traditional Baci ceremony in Luang PrabangVisit the beautiful hillside temple of Wat Phou KoueyConnect to the spiritual side of Lao culture Fusing Buddhist and animist beliefs, the Baci ceremony is one of the most revered traditions in Laos. Join locals at a serene hillside temple for a special, private Baci. Receive blessings of good luck and good will in this memorable, cultural encounter.
This morning you have the option and opportunity to rise early and participate in the daily morning ritual of ‘Alms Giving’, you will experience saffron-clad monks collecting offerings or ‘Alms’ from faithful local residents. This tradition is unique to Laos, being the only Buddhist nation still preserving the daily procession.• After the alms-giving you will visit and experience the early morning fresh market.• You will get a real flavor of the local culture.• The morning market lines a couple of quiet streets near the Royal Palace.
This exciting tour will take place in the city of Luang Prabang where you will get to see many interesting artifacts and sites. The day is filled with diverse culture and traditions, which you will be fascinated with. - This is where you will see multiple artifacts from the Royal Period.- You will learn a great deal about the culture and history of the diverse ethnic groups in Laos.- Beautiful panoramic views of the city.- You will see the breathtaking sunset over the Mekong River.- Handmade textiles or Handicrafts can find out at the night market.
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..