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This village used to be the Royal Weaver of the Luang Prabang Court. The people still keep their weaving skill and the place has become a "must" for lover of hand-woven cloth.
The building is much better than in 2001 but it has lost its...More
Two different ways of getting there one through the roads by car or tuk tuk or the more interesting way by walking across the bamboo bridge next to the restaurant Silk Road.
The village is genuine, there are people weaving and making paper. It definitely...More
This temple might be smaller than some others in LP but it is just as magical. We attended the evening prayers of the monks in the main hall after we were told that this temple might allow visitors to attend the prayers/chanting if they follow...More
Absolutely not worth the detour. Nothing to see at the village. You'll find all their stuff and much more at the night market. The only nice side attraction is the temple on the way to the village, which is a nice site indeed.
A short motorbike ( or bicycle ride if you are keen) ride out of Luang Prabang takes you to the traditional craft centre where an interesting time can be had bargaining and laughing with the women selling traditional Lao scarfs, embroideries and shawls
I just wasted 100,000 lak for nothing after reading an article from visit-laos.com website about Luang Prabang attractions. Whoever wrote such article should be held responsible. Its a small handicraft/textile shop with couple of women weaving and stitching in a room behind the store. Thats...More