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The Living Land Company

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Khuangsi Water Fall Road | Ban Pongvang, Luang Prabang 0600, Laos
+856 20 55 199 208
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Full-Day Luang Prabang Rural Farm Experience
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Spend a morning on ourLIVING RICE FARM,Come and let us show you how rice is grown on our farm, experience the life of a farmer and try your hand at some of the activities. Or just view it all from the comfort of our traditional Lao rice house balcony, which is surrounded by rice terraces and our organic vegetable farm. All the family can join in and there are great photo opportunities. Our converted rice barn offers simple but comfortable accommodation for two, overlooking rice fields and mountains. Relax on the terrace and sample some of our home-brewed rice wine, walk to the ruined temple through our rice farm, be pampered with a massage then have afternoon tea, visit the local weavers who make our farm outfits before joining our farm family for a game of petanque or rattan ball! Watch or join in the preparation of the Lao dinner then dine with our farm family before you retire for the night (maybe after a Beer Lao or two?). Wake up to a brand new day and a typical Lao breakfast before joining the Rice Experience for the morning COST: 1-2 guests including lunch: kip 424.000 per guest Without lunch: kip 344.000 per guest We have reduced rates for families and children. Please contact us, we can arrange free pick-up!
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Khuangsi Water Fall Road | Ban Pongvang, Luang Prabang 0600, Laos
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+856 20 55 199 208
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Reviewed 15 March 2018 via mobile

Such a nice ewperience! it was very interesting to go through all the steps. The guide spoke english very well znd was really nice :) Thabks again!

Thank Marie M
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Reviewed 7 March 2018 via mobile

Probably the best thing we did in Luang Prabang. Chuck on your shorts and be prepared to get knee-high in mud, because this experience is best when you get involved! Long Lee, our guide, spoke brilliant English, with a great sense of humour. He made...More

Thank TomChay
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Reviewed 6 March 2018

Went here for the morning tour plus lunch and had a great time, they provide transportation to the farm. It is educational and hands-on as it goes through the 14 steps to produce rice. You will get muddy and dirty but it is so much...More

Thank Taki P
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Reviewed 20 February 2018

Out of all the tour experiences I had in Laos, the Living Land Farm was by far the best run. The facilities are very nicely set up, a picturesque farm with a sturdy wooden shelter. Each small group gets a guide to walk them through...More

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Reviewed 16 February 2018 via mobile

Overall a big highlight from the trip as it was both educational and experiential throughout the entire process. We felt like we walked away with a much more profound respect for the rice making process and really enjoyed our guide for the day. The food...More

2  Thank Mark B
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Reviewed 15 February 2018 via mobile

The Living Land Farm was our favourite family activity in Luang Prabang. We learnt the 14 steps of growing rice. A great hands on experience where you get muddy and get an opportunity to try all the steps. Nice snacks to finish the day. You...More

Thank KerryZigzag
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Reviewed 10 February 2018 via mobile

Our tour visited this working rice farm. We learned the 14 steps to from growing, harvesting and cooking sticky rice. The farm also features a well appointed garden. Our tour culminated in an excellent luncheon served on site. Educational experience and top notch food.

1  Thank anasazi
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Reviewed 7 February 2018

Great fun and educational. Get up to your knees in thick muddy water, ploughing and planting and having a great time. Not to mention all the other things to get involved in. A great way to spend a half day - and getting there and...More

1  Thank Engee1
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Reviewed 7 February 2018 via mobile

We did a morning tour without lunch. It was a great morning and you could get your feet and hands dirty or not. You learn all about rice production grom start to finish! Would highly recommend this for all ages.

1  Thank canadiantraveller667
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Reviewed 29 January 2018 via mobile

We had the most stimulating and enjoyable morning. Our group of eight was led by a very articulate young Laotian. The techniques from ploughing with Rudolph the Buffalo, planting, threshing and preparing were explained and experienced. I will never look at a packet of Uncle...More

1  Thank Peter K
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itspriyanka
30 November 2017|
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Response from georgek391 | Reviewed this property |
Hello. Yes, the hat is a loaner. If you want one as a souvenir you can readily buy one in town. Kids will love it. There were two in my group - a little younger than your son. They participated in each of the... More
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1 April 2017|
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Response from Noam76 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, I have called them with the number they provided in their website. They also have a contact mail The number is: 856 20 5519 9208 Good luck (:
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Savoneth
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Response from Nish_SG | Reviewed this property |
Would recommend you avoid it if you just want to just observe. Reason: you are taken into the fields with a lot of slush and mud around you, with thin and slippery paths, something that can make you slip. And with kids, such... More
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