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    Enjoy the best of Laos in style : beautiful natural landscapes with magnificent mountains and romantic river, ancient architecture, tranquil traditional villages, diverse and delicious food...all make Luang Prabang and Vientiane more intriguing than ever. Your journey is more meaningful if you know that your visits and meals at Makhpet Restaurant will help improve the lives of marginalized children and families.

    Upon arrival in Luang Prabang- the spiritual heart of Laos, you will be welcomed and assisted to pass immigration in the quickest time and transferred to hotel. A souvenir gift will be offered too.
    Option: Be greeted at the airport by children playing traditional music and ladies dressed in traditional costume who will give you garlands of fresh flowers.
    Take a half-day guided city tour . Ascend the stairs of Mt. Phousi by the time of sunset to take its spectacular view. On the way back to the hotel, stop at the hill tribe evening market to see its array of locally produced goods.
    Enjoy your delicious dinner at L’Elephant, Luang Prabang’s top restaurant, housed in a French colonial-style building.
    Overnight in Luang Prabang

    If you are an early riser, you will have a chance to watch processions of monks in their orange robes receiving alms from the local residents in their magical morning ritual (5.30am).
    After breakfast, take a tour of Luang Prabang. Start at a fresh market in an old town which displays fruit, vegetables and local delicacies. Nearby is The National Museum (closed on Tuesdays), housed in the former Royal Palace; where you can learn about the history of Laos and gain insights of Laos’s culture. Continue to the holiest temple in the city, Wat Visoun, which was rebuilt in 1887 with many distinctive Water melon stupa on the grounds, named after its resemblance to the fruit. Also visit the 16th century Wat Aham and see the altar of the two guardian spirits of Luang Prabang.  Enjoy your lunch at the family-run Tamarind Restaurant, where the friendly staff explains the history and ingredients of the food served. After lunch, join a weaving course at Ock Pop Tock, and learn about this craft which is central to Lao culture. Hear about the raising of silkworms and the use of natural dyes. You’ll also get the chance to design and/or dye your own scarf. Stop at center’s Le Patio Café for some local coffee. At the Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre you’ll learn more about Laos’s culture and its great diversity of hill tribes.
    Later, attend a cooking class run by one of the most famous restaurants in the city. Here, the chefs will show you how to make four Lao dishes, from which you will choose three you want to make by yourself. With our expert guidance you will make your three chosen dishes and enjoy your own creation for lunch. You’ll also be given a Lao cooking book, filled with simple but diverse recipes and advice on how Laos ingredients are used in different types of dishes.
    Overnight in Luang Prabang

    In the morning, visit the most photographed temple in Luang Prabang, Wat Xieng Thong; a beautiful, golden-gated building with colorful murals on its walls.
    Take a cruise to the Pak Ou Caves, known locally as ‘Tam Ting’. These two caves are carved out of a huge limestone cliff and are filled with thousands of gold lacquered Buddha statues, some only a few centimeters tall and some as tall as a person. These caves are an important Buddhist pilgrimage site and you will see many people visit them in Pii Mai, Lao New Year. After this, continue your trip around the caves to the foot of magnificent limestone cliffs. Enjoy a traditional Lao lunch on board. Cruise back to town. Stop at two villages along the way: Ban Xien Lek, which produces Lao textiles, and Ban Xang Khong, which makes Mulberry paper.
    You will be free to explore the city on your own for the rest of the day.
    Optional: Enjoy an evening performance at the Royal Ballet Theatre, which was founded in 2002, to help preserve this important aspect of Lao heritage.
    Overnight in Luang Prabang.

    After breakfast, you are free at leisure while waiting to transfer to airport for the flight to Vientiane.
    Upon arrival in Vientiane you will be met by our guide and transferred to your hotel. After check-in, you’ll be driven to Makhpet Restaurant for a late lunch. Makhpet offers an extensive menu including Laap, the traditional spicy Lao salad, as well as a whole range of other local delights to try. It’s operated by Friends International, an organization which helps to improve the lives of marginalized children and families.
    ‘Les Artisans Lao’ is a community-based project where you can see trainees use recycled and renewable materials such as coconut, palm and mulberry leaves to create fine quality notebooks and stationery. If we have ample time, you can also visit COPE (Cooperative Orthotics and Prosthetics Enterprise). This local initiative plays a key role in reducing the impact of UXO (Unexploded Ordinance) in Laos, and the visitors centre here offers a sobering yet fascinating insight into the continuing effects of the bombing of Laos during the Vietnam War.
    In the evening, a great place to join others chatting, drinking and eating is at one of the many food stalls that run along the Mekong river. Contemplate the sunset while sipping cocktail or a cold Beerlao. Tonight’s dinner is at Phatoke Laoderm where you will see traditional Lao performances and indulge in some sumptuous Lao cuisine.
    Overnight in Vientiane

    Take a guided tour today to visit Laos’s the capital, Vientiane. Lying on a bend of the Mekong River, Vientiane is one of the smallest capital cities in the world.  It’s a short drive to the holiest site in Laos, the National Monument: Tat Luang, which was constructed in the 16th century by King Setthethirat, its sharp angles and beautiful decoration make it an arresting sight as the sun shines on its gold-leaf and towering main spire.
    Next, go to Patuxay, situated at the end of Lane Xang, a large, tree-lined avenue. This Arc De Triomphe inspired building also incorporates traditional Lao motifs such as “Kinnari”, the mythical bird-woman said to represent feminine beauty, grace and accomplishment. Climb to the top and get fantastic panoramic views of the city.
    La Tinay is a bistro run by French expatriates. Have your lunch here to see how delicious home-style French cuisine is.
    The whole afternoon is free for you to stroll or relax. Try a soothing spa or massage treatment with professionally trained staff.
    Enjoy a very special final dinner. Pay a visit to the home of your local hosts who make delicious home-cooked Lao food and give you the chance to participate in a traditional ‘Baci’ ceremony. These ceremonies are deeply rooted in the Lao culture and only for celebrating a special occasion- whether a wedding, an annual festival, or a farewell.
    Overnight in Vientiane

    Breakfast at hotel. Relax and get ready for the onward flight.

    Tour Code: IBLAOLUX802
    Duration: 6 Days / 5 Nights
    Departure Time:T.B.A
    Departure Location: Luang Prabang, Laos
    Language Available: English

    • Accommodation with daily breakfast at selected hotels 
    • Private tours, transfers and all services as mentioned in the itinerary
    • Services of a private driver and air-conditioned vehicles
    • Service of English speaking guides in every location
    • Entrance fees for all destinations visited indicated in the itinerary
    • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary


    • Domestic & international flights
    • Departure taxes if applicable
    • Additional meals and services not indicated in the itinerary
    • Early check-in and late check-out at hotels.
    • Personal expenses (such as laundry, telephone, drinks, etc.)
    • Tips for guides and drivers
    • Personal travel insurance
    • Visa fees (contact us for further information)
    • Visa fees (contact us for further information)
    • Accommodations: Selected hotel.


    • Price are per person.
    • The currency is set to VND.

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