This lumpy hemispherical stupa is commonly nicknamed That Makmo, which translates as 'Watermelon Stupa'. Originally constructed in 1503,...
Though touted as one of Luang Prabang's oldest operating temples it's actually an 1898 reconstruction built following the Black Flag...
Lao Red Cross
In traditional (basic!) surroundings of wood rafters, cool fans and stone floors, sample a range of head and body massages, steams,...
Lush riverside bar with peaceful views of the Nam Khan: think recliner cushions, low-slung tables and hookah pipes. Chill over a fruit...
Wat Aham information
This small wat was the residence of the Sangharat (Supreme Patriarch of Lao Buddhism) until superseded by Wat Mai two hundred years ago. Colourful, if unsophisticated, murals of Buddhist history and (sometimes gruesome) morality tales cover the interior walls but there are no translations nor interpretations to justify the entrance fee.