Vientiane Or Luang Prabang Full Day Tour

Vientiane Or Luang Prabang Full Day Tour - 1 Days

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Style: Laos Optional Tours

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Hightlights: Vientiane - Luang Prabang

Description: A.M or P.M Take a half day sightseeing tour of Vientiane, the capital of the Lao PDR

Program detail

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Day 1: Vientiane or Luang Prabang

Day 1: Vientiane or Luang Prabang

Option 1: Vientiane Half Day City Tour(No Lunch)

A.M or P.M Take a half day sightseeing tour of Vientiane, the capital of the Lao PDR, visit religious museums of Wat Sisaket, the oldest temple to have been survived from the Siamese war of 1828 and its cloister contains more than 8000 Buddha statues; Wat Ho Prakeo, the former home-temple of the Emerald Buddha statue or Pra Keo, but today it contains a collection of Buddha statues, antiques and all artifacts found in around Vientiane; That Luang Stupa, the single most important monument in Laos, which was built to cover the original small stupa containing a piece of the chest bone of Buddha; Patouxay (Arch de Triumph), built quite recently in commemoration of those who died during the wars in the past and it is today as the land mark of Vientiane and drive to outskirts of Vientiane to visit Ban Nongbouathong, the well-known village of Tai Deang ethnic sub-group for silk weaving textiles with natural dyes.

Option 2: Luang Prabang Full Day Tour

A.M meet at hotel and begin to visit the National Museum, the former Royal Palace which houses the collection of valuables including the famous Prabang Buddha statue, gifts received from foreign dignitaries…etc. Visit Hmong market for shopping in town. Drive to outskirts of Luang Prabang to visit Ban Xangkhong, the well-known village for making wood papers and also Lao silk weavings with natural dyes.

P.M take a sightseeing tour of the sacred city of temples, of which nearly fifty still remain in the town and surrounding areas. Visit Wat Visoun, the 16th century temple served as a small museum for religious artifacts; Wat Aham, the early 19th century temple, whose two guardian figures at the foot of the steps which represent two characters from the Ramayana - Hanuman, the Monkey God and a fierce Yaksa; Wat Xiengthong, the 16th century temple, which more than any temples in Luang Prabang, epitomizes all the elegance and grace of Luang Prabang architecture; Phousi Hill, the 328 steps leads to the summit of Phousi Hill that dominates the sky-line of Luang Prabang overlooking the finest panoramic view in the whole Luang Prabang.

JOURNEY INFORMATION

Here are some information for whole trip, might you like to book!

- Transfers & tours with English speaking guide.
- Private air-conditioned transport + boat.
- Entrance fees for sightseeing as indicated in the itinerary.
- Baggage handling and porterage.
- Refreshing tower and drinking on tour.
- Service charge & government tax.

- Travel insurance against any personal injury of illness and damage of the property incurred during the course of this trip.
- Personal expenses such as: drinks, phone calls, laundry, tip...etc.

Five common questions travellers ask us

1. How long and where to visit for first-timers?

For first-timers, 5 days can be enough to take in Laos at a glance. An ideal order should be going from Vientiane to Luang Prabang.

Luang Prabang, nestled at the comfortable confluence of two mighty rivers, Luang Prabang is the northern emerald gem of Laos. Although it is cozy enough for you to navigate its leafy lanes on your own two feet, there is still plenty to see and do. Vientiane, vientiane may be the busiest city in Laos, it is a remarkable blend of French colonial architecture and soaring gilded temples and monasteries.

2. When is the best time to visit Laos?

No matter for first-timers or seasoned travelers, an adventure to these three countries is ideally made during October to next February. If you would like to dodge from big crowds, leave Chirstmas and January. 

Travelling for great value and experiences, we would suggest late September to October and February. If the heat and occasional rainfalls are not much a problem for you, you are in for a great deal during the shoulder seasons, namely March to August. During this time, we will arrange a noon break and the pace will be much lossen as for you to restore.

3. What is the best way to get to Laos?

First option is by air. Cambodia has three major international airports: Vientiane International Airport & Luang Prabang International Airport.

Bangkok and Hanoi are the most-friendly transit hubs as they have better airfares and much easier to get around.

4. How do I book the trip?

To book our trip, please select your preferred trip and click on ”Book this trip” on the web page. Our booking form wizard will automatically call the trip name, and ask you to fill out some fields for information. Once completed filling the form, you just click Submit to send us your inquiry or Reset to cancel what you have filled up. After receiving your reservation request, we will immediately make all the necessary arrangements in accordance with your request. This will takes about 1-2 business days, and we will send to you our confirmation message by e-mail with all the details of hotels, flights, tours, the booking status and also payment term.

5. Do I Need a Visa for Visiting Laos?

It is very easy to obtain a visa at the airport of Luang Prabang, cost ranges from USD20 to USD50 per person depended on nationality.

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