Luang Prabang city tour Visit Royal Palace, Wat Sene, Wat Xieng thong, Phousi hill for Sun Set
Visit Temples in UNESCO town as Wat Xieng Thnog, Wat Sene, Phousi Mountain & Royal Museum,
Our guide will meet you at your hotel around 8 - 8-30 am Start by visit Grand palace National Museum, was build in 1904 by french colonial for Lao king Sisawang Wong the last king of Laos before Pathed Lao was take over the country in 1975, here there are the Golden Buddha call Prabang who given name of Luang Prabang city of Buddhist. Wat Sene, is beautiful temple on the main street this temple are starting the process the Buddhism arm giving in the early morning at 6 am. Wat Xieng Thong, is the most beautiful temple in town an example art of Lao Lane-Xang kingdom was built in 1560 by king Setthathirath before he was moved the capital of Laos to Vientiane. the end of tour today by climbing to top of mount Phousi there was great view of Luang Prabang city rounding Mountains between two rivers Mekong and Nam Khan river Last point Night Market on main street are good place to shopping gifts hand made from local Laotian for family or friends at home town
Map & Directions
28/7 Talat Dara Ban Thong Chaleun, Luang Prabang, Laos 856
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