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Luang Prabang

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Exuding tranquillity and casual grandeur

The ancient royal capital of Luang Prabang is one of the most culturally exquisite places you could hope to visit. Strikingly situated at the confluence of the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers and encircled by mountains, Luang Prabang’s patchwork of palm-lined riverbanks, terracotta roofs, gilded temples, saffron-robed monks and traditional timber homes form a picture perfect snapshot of bygone Asia.

Why visit Luang Prabang?

  • Stunning architecture
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Traditional alms giving ceremony
  • Beautiful temples
  • Scenic vistas
  • Historic caves
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Maison Souvannaphoum - Pool

Angsana Maison Souvannaphoum

Gold

Once the home of Prince Souvannaphouma, this stunning hotel invites you to tread in the footsteps of Laotian royalty

Sofitel Luang Prabang pool

Sofitel Luang Prabang

Gold

Once the home of Prince Souvannaphouma, this stunning hotel invites you to tread in the footsteps of Laotian royalty

3 Nagas - Exterior

3 Nagas

Silver

This elegant boutique hotel is located in the heart of this charming, historical town.

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The facts:

Getting there: Luang Prabang is approximately 13 hours 30 minutes from the UK (via Bangkok).

Best time to travel: The dry season is November to April and the southwest monsoon brings the wet season from May to October. However, within each season there are variations and November-January are the coolest months while March-May is very hot and humid.

Luang Prabang climate:

Luang Prabang Climate Chart