Luang Prabang province, the crown jewel of Laos and former Lanexang kingdom at the confluence of the Nam Khan and the Mekong River, is perhaps the best-preserved traditional city in Southeast Asia and selected by UNESCO as world heritage city in 1995.
Kuangsi waterfall -30 km from city central:
This waterfall is the tumble over multi – tiered limestone formations into cool, clear pools ideal for swimming and relaxing below the abundance of water forms. It’s worth to visit a centre where the endangered black Asiatic beers found a safe shelter near waterfall. On the way to Kuagsi, we will pass teak forests and several ethnic minority villages (Hmong and Khmu).
Tardsae waterfall -35 km from city central:
This is the one of interesting waterfalls surrounded by green jungle with wildlife. The Clean pools for swimming here is the best thing to relax while visiting.
Riding elephant into the jungle and towing sport is already to serve honorable visitors happily!
It is very nice cave containing many Buddha images covering with gold color have been replaced by worshippers. In the former time, Every Lao New Year the king and Luangphabang people made a pilgrimage to the cave as a part of religious ceremony. It located in the north up steam city central about 30 kilometers.
It was built in 1904 during the reign of the King Sisavangvong, and it has now been converted into national museum displaying a collection of personal artifacts of the Royal Family. It is located in the central capital of Luangphabang.
This temple built in 16th century by the king; it is one of the most interesting examples of arts and Buddha architecture with golden facades, colorful murals, glass mosaics and three unique roofs made it very different from other temples in the world.
This impressive stupa was built in 1503 BC by the king Visounnaraj in the shape of watermelon (Makmo), stylistically more SriLankalese than Lao to contain treasures. Beside this, there are many impressive temples such as Watphonphao, Watmai and Wataham.
This impressive temple is located on Phousi hill, good place to climb up for the sunset and a panoramic view of the Luangphabang city at the top of the hill with more 300-staircase surrounding with green and nice forest to be shadow while climbing up the top.