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Relaxing Luangprabang
Duration: 4 days / 3 nights
Code: ILP-03
Day 1: Arrival Luangprabang.
Fly to Luangprabang from Vientiane, Bangkok, or Chiangmai (to be advised).
City sightseeing tour of World Heritage listed Luangprabang to include old royal temples: Wat Visoun and That Makmo water melon stupa, with a large Buddha statue and many ancient wooden and bronze Buddha images collected from the ruins of temples in northern Laos. Visit the most beautiful temple in the city with its classical mosaic decoration at Wat Xieng Thong. Absorb the scenery overlooking the heart of the city from Phousi Hill then enjoy shopping at the lively street evening market at Sisavang Vong Road. Overnight in Luangprabang.

Day 2: Luangprabang - Pak Ou
Transfer to the pier for boat trip on the Mekong River to visit Tamting / Pak Ou cave with thousands of antique Buddha images. On return, stop to visit Ban Sanghai local rice whisky distillation village and ancient pottery village. Drive to visit Ban Phanom Tai Lu hand weaving village and Sa paper maker at Ban Xieng Leck. Free leisure time to experience the old town. Overnight in Luangprabang.

Day 3: Luangprabang - Tad Kuangsi.
Drive 30km south of Luangprabang to visit Tad Kuangsi waterfall deep in the forest. Then visit local villages of: Lao Loum, Lao Kang and Lao Soung (the three main ethnic groups of Lao). On return to Luangprabang, free time to shop and wander. Overnight in Luangprabang.

DAY 4: Luangprabang - Departure
Early morning to join or just watch local people for Tak Bat alms giving to local monks as part of the ancient culture. Visit to the former Royal Palace which is now the National Museum including gifts to the Royals. Walking tour around the old town and exploring the old architecture or relaxing at a tasty Lao coffee shop. Transfer to Luangprabang airport for flight to next destination – (to be advised).

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