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Ock Pop Tok works with a wide range of different tribes to preserve their handicraft traditions. Fine silk and cotton scarves, chemises, dresses, wall hangings and cushion covers make perfect presents.
Part of a regional chain, this shop stocks guidebooks, maps, novels, magazines and books on Lao history.
Caruso houses a gallery of beautiful homewares, photo frames, linen and silk.
Photographer and filmmaker Adri Berger's compositions of rural Lao are exquisite and capture that honeyed afternoon light like no-one else...
This riverfront antiques shop is a testament to its owners' magpie wanderings, with Hong Kong tea tins, Chinese retro alarm clocks, Mao revolutionary crockery, Bakelite inkwells, Vietnamese clocks and Burmese Buddhis...
The name means 'where is it from' in Lao, and all the silk, paper and gift items in this attractive boutique come from villages around Luang Prabang.
Follow the sweeping stairs in the garden of this impressive old French mansion to discover an Aladdin's cave of antique Buddhas, golden naga, silver betel-nut pots, Akha-style bracelets and Hmong necklaces...
Specialising in jewellery, Naga Creations produces individual masterpieces using a variety of semi-precious stones and silver. All items are handcrafted and you can see the jewellers at work in the store.
This shop targets the discerning shopper with east-meets-west clothing in natural fabrics and dyes, designer jewellery, homewares and handicrafts, books on Lao cuisine, architecture and crafts, packaged spices and te...
Although it has barely a hundred novels and guidebooks for sale now, this great little cafe sells choice silk shawls, paintings and Lao art. There's a gallery-cum-cinema upstairs and a shaded terrace outside...
Every evening this market assembles along Th Sisavangvong and is one of Luang Prabang’s biggest tourist lures...
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