Luang Prabang

Landlocked Laos is often overlooked in favour of its neighbours; the postcard-perfect Thailand and Cambodia with the Angkhor Wat. It may not have big name tourist attractions but the country is filled with stunning natural scenery, and nowhere more so than Luang Prabang.

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Maison Souvannaphoum, Luang Prabang
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Take in the magnificent and serene sights of Northern Laos with a stay at the Angsana Maison Souvannaphoum, a wondrous escape nestled amidst the beauty and splendour of the Luang Prabang province that combines French colonial architecture with local elements to create a setting fit for royalty. Once belonging to the four-time Prime Minister Prince Souvanna Phouma, the hotel’s decadent designs are sure to appeal to most discerning travellers, a... Show More

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Belmond La Residence Phou Vao, Luang Prabang
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This beautiful spa hotel is located just outside of central Luang Prabang and has breathtaking views of the town and surrounding mountains. Guests can enjoy the tranquil and relaxed atmosphere within the lush gardens planted with fragrant frangipani and rich bougainvillea framing the infinity-edge pool. All rooms and suites are furnished in a traditional Asian style with cool cottons and rosewood furnishings. The restaurant serves both European a... Show More
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Sala Prabang, Luang Prabang
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The Sala Prabang is a boutique escape nestled amongst the beauty and splendour of Northern Laos that serves as a welcoming getaway for business and leisure travellers seeking a setting that seamlessly combines a sense of tradition and heritage with modern day comforts and styles to bring the best of both worlds to the fore. Designed with distinct Luang Prabang Colonial era architecture and consisting of seven World Heritage Buildings, the resi... Show More

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Luang Prabang Highlights

Off the beaten track in Southeast Asia, Luang Prabang is still something of a hidden gem. There’s a laid back vibe to the city that was a tiny mountain kingdom for many years and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

With Buddhist temples around every corner and picture perfect natural scenery, there is plenty to see and do. Whether you are here for a few days or a week, the French-Indochinese architecture-filled old city along with the surrounding mountains and rivers means you will never be short of something to explore.

If you’re looking for a carnival atmosphere then the Lao New Year is the biggest festival in April although the Festival of Lights and boat races at the end of monsoon season see Luang Prabang lit up.

Beautiful Luang Prabang Luang Prabang Highlights Laos Highlights

Things to do in Luang Prabang

  • Explore the city and its 32 Buddhist temples
  • Climb Mount Phousi for an incredible panoramic of the city
  • Trek through the Kuang Sii waterfall
  • Ride elephants through the beautiful mountainous scenery
  • Take a journey down the Mekong River to the incredible Buddha Caves

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Packing tips

Located in Laos, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang is one of the country’s most in-demand locations. The national park is stunning from every angle, with waterfalls, rivers and temples to explore. You can also meet and greet elephants here – an event that you’ll never forget.

When packing for Luang Prabang, remembering the climate is key to enjoying yourself. The weather can be hot and sticky – with humidity a common occurrence year round. Packing quick-drying clothes will definitely help combat any uncomfortable moments, and packing a hat and sunglasses is definitely advised too.

Another thing you’ll want to bring with you is bug repellent. As much of Luang Prabang is located in the depth of the jungle and it won’t be long before you’ll notice the mosquitoes buzzing around. Don’t let them get to you – and make sure you have a strong repellent (and soother just in case).

Essential Information

  • Laos Capital- Vientiane
  • Laos Currency- Lao Kip.
  • Laos Language-Lao.
  • Time Zone-GMT+7 Hours

Weather in Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang has a warm and tropical climate but you’ll notice the months of December and January being slightly cooler – they’re easier to manage. The wet season here lasts from May to October – and you’ll find during these months that humidity will be extremely high – and unbearable for some. Temperatures year round can reach up to 35º C with the average being around 29º C.


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