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Spent three times in Luang Prabang and enjoyed it. It is a beautiful tranquil town, that is amazing to stroll around and admire the existing wooden houses. Also liked the souvenir shops, restaurants and night market. It's well worth getting up earlier to find out...More
Temples everywhere. Lots of small shops and restaurants housed in beautiful historic architecture. Not over-touristed. Great for wandering. Lots to discover, almost no chain retail. Charming and rather quiet place. Feels like an earlier time...
Luang Prabang and also the Old Quarter are as still mainly unspoiled by tourism. Not sure just how long which will last. Do stay at three Nagas Hotel in case you are able to. It's in the heritage area and it is fantastic. At the...More
The core of Luang Prabang's old quarter isn't very large, being mostly contained within a piece of land formed by the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers, and can be covered within a day's exploratory walk. The main street isn't too overly developed, though you can...More
Wonderful city, very beautiful, nice people.
Lots of beautiful places to visit such as the National Palace, Mount Phou Si, Wat Xieng Thong, Wat Visoun.
You need at least 3 days to stay in this city: one day to visit the city, one day to...More
Old Quarter of Luang Prabang is a peninsular in between two rivers, namely the Mekong River and Nam Khan River till the confluence point of both rivers. The Main Street is the Sisavangveng Road in between the parallel road along Mekong River - Khem Khong...More
The old quarter will be the center of Luang Prabang and is fairly well preserved. It's a lot of attractions with craft shops offering woven goods (traditional tribal weaving), restaurants, temples, silver smiths, cafes as well as the night markets. We spent many hours cycling...More
The Old Quarter is quite small, bounded by two rivers, the Mekong and the Nam Khan. Roughly speaking, it's bounded by the one-way road circuit of Khem Kong Road on the Mekong River side, Kingkitsalat Road and Kingkitsarath... More
The Old Quarter is quite small, bounded by two rivers, the Mekong and the Nam Khan. Roughly speaking, it's bounded by the one-way road circuit of Khem Kong Road on the Mekong River side, Kingkitsalat Road and Kingkitsarath Road on the Nam Khan River side, with Mt Pousi in the middle.
The main tourist street is Sisavangvong Road, which is partially blocked by the night markets near the National Museum and former palace.