Additinal of morning alms Ceremony - USD13/pax
Morning Alms Ceremony and Market optional tour:
5:10am Rise early to the sound of the temple gong, then join your guide for a walk through the quiet streets. Watch the daily procession of three hundred young Morning Alms Ceremony monks walk silently by, collecting sticky rice and other foods in their
The ritual is linked to a Buddhist tradition in which monks beg for their daily food as a way to demonstrate humility. Alms giving is an important religious act in Buddhism and it must be carried out respectfully by locals and tourists alike. Taking this trip we will prepare for you every need things such as sedge mat (seat), traditional cloth towels, offering stuff. Your guide will be more than happy to show you the best way to interact with monks. Watch as the monks disappear down the road in a long.
Following the alms ceremony. You'll have time to visit Luang Prabang’s morning market, where you will see the locals haggling for fresh meat, fruit, and vegetables. our guide will get some local food and you will have change to enjoy them with local coffee/ drinks in a small restaurant in the busy market.
7:30am Arrive back to your hotel for breakfast and some rest then our tour guide will be back to pick you up at 8:30 am for city tour.
Today our tour stat with a halfday Luang Prabang World Heritage City Tour
8:30 AM. Our guide and driver will pick you up from your hotel in city center then our first destination is the Wat Mai temple: Wat Mai Suwannaphumaham often simply Wat Mai or Wat May is a Buddhist temple or wat in Luang Prabang, Laos. Built at the turn of the 18th century, it is the largest temple in Luang Prabang.
Next is the National Museum also called Royal Palace: was built between 1904 and 1909, just a few years before the kingdom of Luang Prabang was declared a protectorate, and the rest of Laos a colony, of France. The palace design combines the French “beaux arts” style with elements of Lao vernacular architecture, but the building can be said to have been finally completed when king Sisavangvong decided to replace the pinnacle on the roof above the throne room with a new one of a more appropriate Lao design. Beside that, there is a garage of the king inside the Meseum ground. There are several of brand: Lincoln continental, Edsel, Citroen, Sea Horse 35 and Jeep. You can see all of the cars are parking there.
Continue to visit Ancient House: Heuan Chan is a traditional wooden house dated back to 19th century. In Lao language, Heuan means house and the owner of this house was Mrs. Chan - that is how the name derived from. In honour to the house owner, we still keep the name as it is today
We get on the car to travel to Wat Xieng Thong (Xeng Thong Temple) the most famous temple in Luang Prabang, Last spot is UXO Lao Visitors Centre
before enjoying Lunch in a local restaurant
After having lunch we continue to travel to Kuang Si Waterfall.
Arriving Kuang si waterfall, This is a breathtaking waterfall you shouldn't miss it Kuang Si waterfall is also the biggest in the Luang Prabang area with three tiers leading to a 50-metre drop into spectacular azure pools before flowing downstream.
The pools also make great swimming holes and are very popular with both tourists and locals. After the swimming the freshblue water the tour guide will escort you to the van for the ride back to the city.
We arrive at Luang Prabang city center at almost 5 pm and drop off in your hotel.
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Price per person in USD base on the group size
||5 - 6 pax
||7 – 9 pax
||9 -11 pax
||Alms Giving Tour
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Speaking English Tour Guide, Transfer, All Entrance fees, Lunch, Bootle of water,
Drinks, tips and other personal expense
Wat Mai, Royal Palace, Laos National Museum, Wat Visoun,
Laos Buffalo Dairy Farm, Kuang Si waterfall, UXO Lao Visitors Centre, Lao Buffalo Farm, Wat Xieng Thong