The ancient town of Luang Prabang 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, the tiny town is encircled by mountains and is 700 metres above sea level at the confluence of the Nam Khan and Mekong Rivers, in luangprabang there is many famous temples, caves and water fall. Especial is 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.
Luang prabang town is one world’s heritage which the peoples around the word is know well, this town is color full by lao traditional, culture and natural place for charming the guests who came and would like to visit again, today we have highlight to offer you. more detail please follow down. 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. Tad Sae waterfall is a spectacular natural wonder best appreciated in the wet season. Despite not being as high as Kuang Si waterfall there are many more streams of water which cascade and make a thunderous sound following plenty of rain. The falls pour over beautiful limestone formations across a variety of levels into large pools below, which are fantastic to swim in. Tad Sae is only reached by boat, making it quite an adventure and an opportunity to retreat into nature and get close to the locals who head there in groups over the weekend. If you prefer peace and tranquillity then you’re better off visiting during the week. The water is cool, offering swimmers a refreshing dip which is best experienced from August through to November. If you’re visiting Luang Prabang at any other time then head to KuangSi waterfall instead.