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  • 1

    Kuang Si Falls

    4.5
    13 reviews

    Superbe scenery in the jungle. Great cascades. You can climb up to the middle for a great natural swimming pool. A must do around Luang Prabang

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  • 2

    Muang Ngoi

    5
    7 reviews

    Laid back, quiet - lovely place. Wished had spent longer. Very memorable part of time in Luang Prabang region.

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  • 3

    Night Market

    4
    8 reviews

    Its good. Probably more food type stuff, exotic items in the day market. But I mean you can't walk through town and not see the night market and its cool. Once.

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  • 4

    Patuxai

    4
    7 reviews

    My favorite aspect of Patuxai is it's interesting political history. Depending on who tells the story, the French gave the Lao Goverment funds for roads, a new airport, or some other piece of infrastrcture. Upon visiting a few years later to monitor construction, the Lao government showed off their newest 'vertical runway'. I have no way of knowing whether the ...

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  • 5

    Elephant Village Sanctuary

    4
    6 reviews

    They actually seem to care about the elephants here, which is not all that common on a continent where they are often abused. Highly recommended if you are interested in getting up close to Elephants. Book directly through their storefront on the main street in Luang Prabang.

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  • 6

    Buddha Park

    4.5
    5 reviews

    It's pretty neat and a little surreal. It believe it's a fairly quite place, so you can wander around at your leisure without worring about crowds.You can get some interesting pics here, it's worth seeing.

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  • 7

    Morning's Monks

    4
    6 reviews

    It's hard to write a review on this, because this is a prime example of how something that is part of the culture is being destroyed by tourism. To watch the procession of hundreds of orange clad monks doing their morning alms is inspiring to see, yet watching the disrespectful tourists jumping in front of them to get a picture, ...

  • 8

    Tubing down the Namsong River

    5
    4 reviews

    A unique place to celebrate in the middle of nowhere. Arriving in the city we wonder where we are, and after a day of tubing we understand why this city has the look of a holiday club

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  • 9

    Phu Si Hill

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Climbing the stairs to Phu Si Hill to watch the sunset is probably the most touristy thing to do in Luang Prabang, but for good reason. The view of the city and surrounding mountains is absolutely gorgeous, especially as the sun is setting. There is a mix of tourists, locals, and monks at the temple just before sunset. Go early ...

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  • 10

    Pak Ou Caves

    3.5
    5 reviews

    Incredibly beautiful. Its possible to miss the crowds. When there are crowds it might be not so fun, so plan good. (early or late in day)

  • 11

    Pha That Luang

    4
    4 reviews

    Not the most spectacular or architecturally interesting of the temples in South East Asia or Laos. If you in Vientiane for a couple of days I recommend visiting early in the morning before it gets too hot or late in the evening when the area surrounding comes alive with evening walkers and aerobic step dancing. It's these times where you ...

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  • 12

    Tiger Trail

    5
    3 reviews

    Perfect Tour Organizers

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  • 13

    Wat Phou

    5
    2 reviews

    The Khmer people, the group most famous for constructing the temples of Angkor Wat, also built several other sites around Southeast Asia. Wat Phou, in Laos, is one of them. This complex is an excellent example of the architecture of that period (circa the 11th century AD), and while you won’t see the overwhelming number of temples like you would ...

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  • 14

    Si Phan Don

    5
    2 reviews

    Si Phan Don is probably my favorite place in Laos. But I think I have a special affection for the people of the lower Mekong / Mekong Delta. I think they are especially genuine and friendly. There is the crazy party scene on Don Det but also plenty of quiet places in Si Phan Don if that is your style. ...

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  • 15

    Kouang Si Waterfall

    4.5
    2 reviews

    It is possible to climb to the very top of the falls. To the left of the main fall there is a set of stairs that will take you around 30 mins to climb. Its not the easiest of climbs, but very rewarding once you make it to the top.

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  • 16

    The Blue House

    4.5
    2 reviews

    great shop with handmade boutique clothing. mostly made from linen cotton and silk . good style goes great with girls . but not many pieces for guys .

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  • 17

    Chao Anouvong Park

    4
    2 reviews

    In Chao Anouvong Park stands the majestic statue of King Anouvong. The park was named after the King and he is highly regarded amongst Laotians.

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  • 18

    Wat Sisaket

    3.5
    2 reviews

    It may now be the oldest temple still standing in Vientiane.

  • 19

    Ho Phra Keo

    4
    2 reviews
  • 20

    Wat Tham Phu Si

    3.5
    2 reviews

    Wat Tham Phu Si is a small cave temple about half way up Mount Phousi in Luang Prabang. It is essentially built in a pitch where rocks form a natural cave/ grottoes. It is an all right site to ckeck out while strolling the Phousi Road.

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