Full Day Alms offering, Pak Ou Caves, Kuang Si Fall - Mon tribe village (lunch included)

Cultural & Theme Tours in Luang Prabang

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Luang Prabang is one ancient world's heritage situated in northern Laos, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. Considered by many travellers and writers as being the heart of Laotian culture. Today you will see alms giving. it's laotian culture and the trip will full the natural famous place and beautiful in luangprabang we provide in this case such as kuangsi water fall, Thing cave…
Alms giving: Rise early to observe the solemn morning ritual of monks walking through the streets to collect alms. Tak bat, or alms giving, is a must-see experience for travelers to Luang Prabang. After the opportunity to make your own rice offering to saffron-robed monks, you head to a morning market Pak ou caves: One of the most respected holy sites in Lao; Pak Ou Caves have a history dating back thousands of years. Packed with over 4,000 Buddha icons, the caves, a shrine to the river spirit and Lord Buddha, are set in a dramatic limestone cliff at the point where the Mekong joins the Nam Ou River. There are two caves to visit, the lower cave called Tham Ting and the upper cave Tham Theung, both boasting miniature Buddhist figures that are mostly made from wood. Ban Xang Hai, also known as “the Whiskey Village” is usually included on boat trips to Pak Ou Caves. Here you can see the process of making lao-Lao Ban Xang Hai, also known as “the Whiskey Village” is usually included on boat trips to Pak Ou Caves. Here you can see the process of making lao-Lao, the country’s beloved rice whiskey second only to BeerLao in popularity. The village is very touristy but you might enjoy it as a short stop that’s part of a bigger trip Sangkong village: this village they have old traditional for make paper from tree skin and waving lao silks. The Kuang Si waterfall: one of the most famous and beautiful waterfalls in Laos During the rainy season, roughly from July to October, the Kuang Si waterfall is swollen with rainwater. The quantity of water will impress and you can bask in the spray and take in the scene and sound from the vantage point of a newly constructed and attractive bridge traversing the river During the dry season, roughly from January to May, the Kuang Si waterfall is largely void of rainwater. What is left is a significant and beautiful flow of mineral-rich water flowing from a natural spring deep in the jungle 06:00 Depart from hotel 06:30 See Alms giving Ceremony and morning Market After that transfer to hotel relax 08:30 Mekong cruise to pak ou 10:40 Pak ou cave 11:45 Ban sang hai 12:30 lunch 13:45 kuangsi waterfall 14:45 Mon tribe village 16:00 Tour ends at hotel

What’s included

  • Transfer
  • Bottled water
  • Lunch
  • Professional guide

What’s not included

  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Gratuities
  • Personal expenses
  • Other services not mentioned above.
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