Wat That Luang
Traditionally the cremation site for Lao royalty, legend has it that Wat That Luang was originally established by Ashokan missionaries...
Learn to weave your own scarf and textiles with OckPopTok's classes, as well as its half-day bamboo weaving. Teachers are master...
OckPopTok Living Crafts Centre
Just beyond the extensive Talat Market, a tiny lane leads 200m towards the Mekong emerging at the excellent OckPopTok Living Crafts...
The perfect medicine for landlocked Laos, La Pistoche offers two swimming pools set amid a spacious garden in the suburbs south of town....
This simple outdoor eatery near the cluster of guesthouses in Ban Wat That serves a large selection of Lao and Luang Prabang dishes,...
Wat Phabaht information
Lonely Planet review
The modern Vietnamese–Lao temple of Wat Phabaht is fronted by a distinctive if kitschy array of spires. Behind is a shady Mekong-front terrace from which steps lead down to another gigantic holy footprint hidden beneath a turquoise shelter.