The E-Bus is an electric zero-emission tuk-tuk (green and yellow) that used to circulate around the old town as a form of public transportation, but now acts like a normal tuk-tuk. The catch: prices are generally a …
Well-run minibus station geared toward tourists with services to all over Northern Laos and Northern Vietnam. It's also possible to charter your own minibus if you have enough travellers in tow. It's opposite the so…
Flights from Luang Prabang to Siem Reap and Hanoi, with onward connections to Tokyo and European destinations. There is currently no office in Luang Prabang; however, tickets can be purchased at All Lao Travel.
Located just south of Wat Xieng Thong. Luang Say Cruise and Shompoo Cruise both leave from here.
Opened in 2013, the city's swank new airport sits next to its old bedraggled forerunner, and services flights from China, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and Cambodia.
Located on the opposite side of the Mekong to Luang Prabang, about 400m up from the river, the Chomphet sŏrngtăaou stand serves local villages only.
Two ferries regularly ply back and forth between Luang Prabang and Ban Xieng Maen, on the other side of the Mekong. It takes about five minutes.
Two ferries regularly ply back and forth between Ban Xieng Maen and Luang Prabang, on the other side of the Mekong. It takes about 5 minutes.
Buses from here run to Bokeo, Phongsali, Sam Neua, Luang Namtha, Udomxai and Nong Khiaw. It's 700m beyond the Km 387 marker near the airport.
Highly recommended for its well-maintained Honda CRF 250cc dirt bikes. You can also drop off in Vientiane.