To get to Muang Ngoi, I had to take a 40 minute boat ride up a river in Laos. The place is a small rural ethnic minority village in Northern Laos. Many years ago the village elders must have got together and decided to turn...More
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I went there twice..just to chill and walk around. The area is located not far from the city center and easy to get there by bike or taxi. The surrounding is nice and green and they have made it like a living musuem which I...More
Had an absolutely amazing time on this experience and cannot say enough positive things. I am backpacking and thought twice about signing up due to budget but I am so glad I did ! From picking you up to snacks and water, every detail is...More
I won't lie, I was looking forward to plowing the rice paddy with the ox. Getting thigh deep in gooey mud and calling out commands as we prepared the field for planting was going to be one of the highlights of our trip to Luang...More
This is a must! Its a great way to experience a hands on approach of Laos culture. Make sure to get in and don't be worried to step up first, that is what makes it such a great experience.
A friend recommended I book this trip while in Luang Prabang and I am so happy that I did. It was a wonderful experience. Our hosts Mr Den and Mr La were polite, friendly and fun and had a very thorough knowledge of the farm...More
For a backpacker it is quite expensive (344.000 kip per person if you book straight through them) but I thought it was worth it! Khamla was our local guide and did a really great job. Great photo opportunities and really fun to learn about rice...More
I agree with everything that has been said about this place. They pick you up from your hotel and bring you back, take you through the 13 steps of rice growing, and you do each step yourself, ploughing in mud - shorts needed -, planting...More
A really great way to spend half a day! Mr Den was the perfect host, very engaging and you could tell he really enjoyed and believed in what Living Land is achieving. Since our visit we will never look at rice on the supermarket shelf...More