Luang Prabang, the ancient capital of laos and it is center province in northern Laos, lies in a valley at the confluence of the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers. Inhabited for thousands of years, it was the royal capital of the country until 1975. It’s known for its many Buddhist temples, including the gilded Wat Xieng Thong, dating to the 16th century, and Wat Mai, once the residence of the head of Laotian Buddhism.
The Royal Palace Museum in Laung Prabang (also known as “Haw Kham”) was once Laos' Royal Palace. It houses a lot of interesting historical items. Every item tells a story...so you will learn quite a lot about Lao history and about Laos' royal. Built in 1904, it features a blend of Lao traditional and French style. It was built for King Sisavang Vong and his family during the French colonial era. After the death of King Sisavang Vong, the crown Prince Savang Vatthana and his family were the last to occupy the palace. After the revolution in 1975, the building was taken over by the government. The palace was then converted into a national museum and opened to the public in 1995.Xieng thong temple:Luang Prabang is renowned for Buddhist temples of outstanding beauty with Wat Xieng Thong an outstanding example. A symbol of great historic importance, xieng thong temple is the one most beautiful in luangprabang. So you don’t miss this case and you must be touch by yourself.08:00 Pick up at your hotel08:30 Royal Palace Museum09:00 Wat Mai09:30 Phousi hill10:40 Wat Xieng Thong11:20 Wat Visunnalat12:00 Khan river and Mekhong river view placeIncluded1. Transfer2. English -speaking guideExcluded1. Gratuities (optional)2. Personal expenses3. Other services not mentioned above.