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Luang Prabang, situated on the Mekong and Khan river, once was the royal capital of Laos, until the communists took over in 1975. In 1995 Unesco added Luang Prabang to the World Heritage List, by which the city got the attention it deserved again. Officially it may not be the capital anymore, but after a visit there’s no doubt about Luang Prabang being the most impressive city of Laos.
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The first thing that draws attention in the city center of Luang Prabang is the big hill named Phou Si, with halfway up the hill the Buddhist temple “Wat Tham Phou Si” and on top of the hill the Buddhist temple “Wat Chom Si”. From the top you have an amazing view onto the city and surrounding area. It’s best to start the climb to the top early in the morning, because the many steps aren’t easy to walk in the heat of the day.
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The many ancient buildings and temples decorate the center, and the city has, despite the crowd, a calmness over it. There’s no escaping the many tourist stalls, shops, travel agencies, bars and restaurants, but that makes the city so versatile and very suitable for a couple days visit. Walk through the narrow streets that are hidden between the main streets. Visit the local market in the morning and enjoy the authentic Luang Prabang. At night you can visit the “Night Market” in the center, where you can find any typical Laotian souvenir and of course the common t-shirts and jewelery.
The many monks and wats/monasteries are a magnet for tourists. In the morning, during the daily receiving of alms, some tourists can not keep their distance. For many tourists this is the highlight of their visit to Luang Prabang, but they don’t realize that pictures can also be taken from a distance. It’s a special happening and showing a little respect is common courtesy.
In the city center you can visit the old Royal Palace. Beside the beautiful building itself, you can admire an 83 cm large golden Buddha statue inside the palace, which is considered the most inportant Buddha statue of Laos. The name Luang Prabang comes from this statue, which is called “Pha Bang” (large holy statue).
Also outside the city there are nice places to visit. We visited the Pak Ou caves, noted for their thousands of miniature Buddha sculptures, which are placed by pilgrims through the centuries. The caves are easiest accessible from Luang Prabang by boat. During the boat trip you can enjoy the beauty of the Mekong and the life on the waterfront. There are also some beautiful waterfalls you can visit from Luang Prabang. Kuang Si waterfall is popular amongst tourist and easily accessible by tuk tuk. Other popular waterfalls are the Tat Sae falls, where, beside swimming, you can bathe with elephants or take a canopy zip-line tour through the surrounding forrest. You can take a tuk tuk that will drop you off at the boats, which will take you to the Tat Sae falls.
Luang Prabang is probably the most expensive city of Laos, but for every budget there’s enough accommodation to find. The same goes for food and drinks, but here it can be cheaper just one street away from the center. Travelling from and to the city can be done by public transport or plane. Lao Airlines has daily flights to several destinations, in and out of Laos.
We stayed in Luang Prabang for five days last October and have been able to see a lot of the city and surrounding. Luang Prabang is not just a beautiful city to look at but also has a very pleasant atmosphere, depsite the many tourists.