TRAIN (Including transfer to train station) 
LPB to Vang Vieng
LPB to Vientiane
LPB to Muang Xai
LPB to Na Teuy
LPB to Boten
Vientiane to LPB
: 11:41/16:51/19:00           -285K
: 11:41/16:51/19:00           -455K
: 09:33/13:04                     -265K
: 13:04                               -335K      
: 13:04                               -355K
: 7:30/11:00/15:30             -425K     
:17:48 -235K
:17:48 -345K
:12:05 -225K
:12:06 -275K
:12:06 -285K
:09:20 -310K
LPB 09:57 to Bohan (425K) - Xishuanbana (655K) - Kunming (1395K)

* Minivan to Kuang Si Waterfall 11:30am - 90K
* LPB – Vang Vieng (5Hrs) 7am/8am - 250K; 10am/1pm/3pm-310K 
* LPB – Vientiane (9-12Hrs) 7am/8am/10am/1pm/3pm/5pm  - 310K
* LPB – Nong Khiaw (3Hrs) 8am - 125K   /  10am - 150K
* LPB - Oudomxay (6Hrs) 7:30am - 230K
* LPB – Luangnamtha (8Hrs) 07h30 - 320K
* LPB – Huayxai 7:30am -360K / 3.30pm Chiang Rai,thailand-780K  
* LPB – Phonesavan (8Hrs) 7:30am - 270kip    /  5pm - 330K
* Vientiane 6pm Thakhet 400K / Pakse 450K / 4000 Island 600K
LPB – Hanoi         5pm 950K  - Sleeping bus
LPB – Nghe An    5pm 750K / Vinh - 700K / Hue - Sleeping bus
LPB – Dien Bien  6am 820K / Sapa – 1200K (Train + Bus = +100K)
Vientiane – Hanoi 4pm 720k / Vinh – 650K / Hue - 720K
Vientiane – 3pm Bangkok/Pattaya -1250BTH /Chiang Mai-1600BTH
Vientiane to Bangkok By Bus    Bath
Vientiane – Bangkok (Mochit) 3pm 7pm 6am 1,500
Vientiane – Pataya 3pm 7pm 6am 1,500
Vientiane – Chiang Mai 3pm 7pm 6am 1,850
Nong Khai:           7:30am, 10am,  3:30pm, 6pm (P/U Before 45 Minutes ) USD10
Udon Thani: 8am,10am, 12pm, 2pm, 3pm, 5pm (P/U Bedore 45 Minutes ) USD11
Vientiane to Bangkok By Train
Vientiane to Bangkok by train P/U 3pm Train start 6:20pm – Arrive 7am
Vientiane to Bangkok  (1st Class) Upper Berth 2,300
Soft sleeper with A/C 2pax cabin Lower Berth 2,450
Vientiane to Bangkok (2nd Class) Upper Berth 1,700
Soft sleeper with A/C 4pax cabin Lower Berth 1,850
VTE to Bk 3rd class (sitting  Fan) Seating Fan 800

LPB – Pak Beng - Huay Xai 7am - 480K (2Days)
LPB – Pak Ou Cave and Village 7:45Am
Slow boat to Pak Ou Cave, Pottery Village and Kuang Si falls

                            Luang Prabang Tours & Activities
  1. Mekong Sunset Cruise Hotel Pick up 5pm $13
  2. Slow boat to Pak Ou cave and whisky village 7:45am $11
  3. Morning Alms Giving Ceremony + Market $18*
  4. Morning Alms Giving + Market + Transfer to Airport /Station $22*
  5. ½ Day  Rice Farm Land Experience $35
  6. ½ Day City tour/Biking tour $43*
  7. ½ Day City / biking tour + Transfer to Airport/Train station $45*
  8. ½ Day Morning Alms Giving Ceremony, Market & City tour $55*
  9. ½ Day Zip-Line Adventure: Short $28 – Long $38
  10. ½ Day Laos Buffalo Dairy & Kuang Si falls $40*
  11. ½ Day Slow Boat to Cave, Villages Elephant Experience $48
  12. ½ Day Mahout, Elephant Riding + Bathing $45 - Certificate
  13. ½ Day Elephant Riding or Bathing, Pak Ou Cave & Village $45
  14. ½ Kayaking to Pak Ou Caves and Whisky Villages $48
  15. ½ Day Luang Prabang Fishing tour $38*
  16. Full day Elephant Feeding, Riding and Bathing US$48
  17. Full day Kayaking to Cave + Villages and Kuang Si falls $55
  18. Full day Elephant Riding and Bathing and Kuang si falls $58
  19. Full day Mahout Training + Elephant Riding + Bathing + Whisky & Weaving Village $55 – Certificate
  20. Full day Elephant Experience + Pak Ou Cave + Villages + Kuang Si waterfall $48
  21. Visiting Pak Ou caves + Whisky Village + Kuang si Falls $38
  22. Slow Boat to Cave, Village and Kuang Si Falls $44
  23. Kuang Si Falls, Villages, Pak Ou + Mekong Sunset Cruise  $48
  24. Full day Trekking to villages and Kuang Si Falls $58*
  25. Biking + Trekking to villages and Kuang Si Falls $65*
  26. Full day trekking to Khmu and Hmong Village $58*
  27. Full day Kayaking to Cave and Traditional Village $54
  28. Private boat tour to cave, village, pottery village and Kuang si Falls* 
  29. 2 – 3 Days Trekking to Hmong & Khmu Villages*
  30. Vientiane ½ Day $50 – Full Day city tour $65*
      Note: ( * ) = Min-2pax

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