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Transfer to your hotel for two nights.
Visit Wat Xieng Khuan (Buddha Park) and That Luang then to Ho Pha Keo, the former royal temple, Wat Si Muang and Patuxai, a monumental arch inspired by the Arc de Triomphe. Stop at Talaat Sao, the all day ‘morning market’.
Travel to Vang Vieng and stay overnight. Visit Nam Ngum Lake, a man-made reservoir for hydroelectric power that generates most of the electricity sold in Thailand.
Morning visit to Than Phu Thao Cave and Tham Xang Cave which is also known as ‘elephant cave’. Continue to Phonsavanh for two nights.
Today visit the Plain of Jars, a large area extending around Phonsavanh where huge jars (some up to 1000kg) of unknown origin are scattered about in large groupings. Also stop at Muang Khoun, an ancient capital that was founded by Chao Noi Muang.
Travel to Luang Prabang for three nights.
Visit Wat Visoun considered the oldest operating temple in Luang Prabang. Visit Wat Aham and Wat Xieng Thong, the crowning jewel of all the monasteries. Climb Phousi Hill for a breathtaking view.
Travel to the Tham Pak Ou Caves. Stop at Ban Xang Hai village, famous for producing ‘lao lao’, the local rice wine whiskey, then to Kuang Si waterfall and the minority village of Ban Muang Khai. Continue to Ban The Pene, a nearby village.
Transfer to the airport.
Standard Hotel : City Inn
Superior Hotel : Ansara Hotel
Standard Hotel : Silver Nagas Hotel
Superior Hotel : Silver Nagas Hotel
Standard Hotel : Vansana Hotel
Superior Hotel : Vansana Plain of Jars
Standard Hotel : Le Sen Boutique Hotel
Superior Hotel : Villa Maly Hotel
Tour Code: Each tour has a unique reference code assigned by Helen
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