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Hot Spring Muangkham

this hot spring is appoximately 52 kilometers North of provincial Capital of Phonsavanh in Muang Kham District there is a natural mineral hot water spring in a beuatiful wooded idea.Some people believe the water from the springs has magical properties to cures skin diseases. Visitors can enjoy a bath in natural hot spring however they should remain careful as temparature can reach a high as 60 degrees Celsius

Luang Prabang, Laos

Muang Khoun


Located 30 km southeast of Phonsavan. This town was once the Royal Capital and the centre of the Phuan Kingdom. Some might describe it as a shadow of its former self and they would be quite accurate in doing so. A few French colonial buildings still remain in the town centre alongside Watt Is Phum- home to a sitting Buddha. On the outskirts the ancient stupas tower over the city and the vistas surrounding the structures are well worth the hike. A few kilometers beyond the old capital, near the village of Ban Phai, lies a jar site; the jars are located just off an old dirt road and, unlike the jars at the three main sites, strangely enough they're built from granite.

Xiengkhouang, Laos

Plain Of Jars

The Plain of Jars combines ancient and contemporary history with insights into Phuan, Hmong, Khmu and Tai Dam culture. Nature encounters are easily accessible off the beaten track.
Unlike Ancient Greece or the First Emperor of China that date from around the same time very little is known about the civilization that created The Plain of Jars. More recently the area suffered badly due to heavy bombardment by the Americans during the Vietnam War. The locals have found imaginative ways to rebuild their lives and surroundings, sometimes using the remnants as part of their daily life; bomb fragments became spoons, and a distinct Xiengkhouang style of architecture created incorporating shells as building material & décor for houses.

Xiengkhouang, Laos

Phousi Hill

Mount Phou Si, also written Mount Phu Si, is a 100m high hill in the centre of the old town of Luang Prabang. It lies in the heart of the old town peninsula and is bordered on one side by the Mekong River and on the other side by the Nam Khan River. The hill is a local religious site, and houses several Buddhist shrines.
Halfway up the hill, overlooking the Nam Khan is Wat Tham Phou Si, a Buddhist temple. At the summit of the hill, overlooking the town and surrounding countryside, is Wat Chom Si, which is also a Buddhist temple and is a tourist highlight of Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang, Laos

The Royal Palace Museum

The Royal Palace Museum in Luang Prabang, Laos is located in the center of town on Sisavangvong Road, north of Phousi Hill. The museum was build by the French for the King to enhance the relationship in 1904 during Sisavangvong’s reign.

It was converted into a Museum in 1976, just one year prior to the Lao revolution. Presently, it displays things that were used during the reign such as gifts from neighboring countries. Also on display are the Reception Room, the Thrown Room, and various Bed Chambers. Next to the main building is the Royal Car Exhibition Hall and the permanent exhibition about the Meditation of Sangha Luang Prabang, where you can learn about the meditation process of Lao Buddhist monks. It is claimed that some monks can levitate whilst in meditation.

In front of the Museum is the Haw Prabang, a small ornate pavillion where they intend to keep Prabang for the future. It was designed by the royal architect and paid for by donations from people within and outside of Laos.

The Royal Palace Museum opens from 8:00 am to 11:00 am, and 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm.

Luang Prabang, Laos

Pak Ou Caves

Near Pak Ou (mouth of the Ou river) the Tham Ting (lower cave) and the Tham Theung (upper cave) are caves overlooking the Mekong River, 25 km to the north of Luang Prabang, Laos. They are a group of two caves on the west side of the Mekong river, about two hours upstream from the centre of Luang Prabang, and have become well known by tourists.
The caves are noted for their miniature Buddha sculptures. Hundreds of very small and mostly damaged wooden Buddhist figures are laid out over the wall shelves. They take many different positions, including meditation, teaching, peace, rain, and reclining (nirvana).

Luang Prabang, Laos

Kuangsi Waterfall

Drive out of the city 32 kms to the west of Luang Prabang for the Kuangsi waterfall. On the way, visit the Hmong village Ban Na Ouane. Short walk through the forest to the waterfall. After enjoying the scenery, take a swim in one of the nearby clear pools. Below the tiered limestone pools lies the Khmu village Ban Thapene. Khmu men are especially good basket 

Luang Prabang, Laos

Wat Xiengthong

Vat Xieng Thong at the tip of the peninsula. The oldest and most beautiful temple of the UNESCO World heritage town dates back from the 16th century. The roof sweep low to the ground and glass colored panels adorn the walls of the chapels; see the residential neighborhoods of the peninsular

Luang Prabang, Laos

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