Saunter among spirituality in Luang Prabang

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Saunter among spirituality in Luang Prabang

Marvel over Luang Prabang’s sacred temples and architectural wonders on a new three-hour guided walking tour.

Our Laos team has fine-tuned an itinerary that showcases the country’s beating spiritual heart. Highlights include the town’s oldest shrine Wat Sene and one of its most prominent, 16th century Wat Xiengthong, a temple that once oversaw the coronation of Lao kings. This compact destination is perfect for strolling around and every few steps will reveal another ancient attraction.

The former royal capital is situated on a peninsula where the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers merge. The well-preserved remnants of the 14th century Lan Xang Kingdom helped secure Luang Prabang’s UNESCO World Heritage status. This is a location dedicated to discovery, with a stately regal palace and 33 temples in close proximity.

Our guests will be enchanted by an enticing blend of colonial-era architecture and exotic Asian spirituality.

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