5 reasons why plan a holiday to Laos?

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A trip to Laos and Luang Prabang where is home to hundreds of monks who inhabits the city for more than 30 Pagoda-like temples, a throughout town a languid air of serenity mingles with a new found sense of stylishness.

Visit Luang Prabang, you will have a fantastic opportunity to participate in the daily morning ritual of monks collecting offering of alms which is often in the forms of sticky rice from the faithful residents, this is referred to one of the must see things to see while in city, Laos is it the only nation that still preserving this Buddhist tradition, following the article we read the 5 top reasons why everyone should visit Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang, nestled in the valley of the north mountainous roads, a former royal capital and now a UNESCO heritage site. This enchanting city, dominated by golden roofed temples and bright affron-robed monks, exudes a spiritual essence that will surely capture your soul.

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Early Morning's alms giving to monks: I know its early to wake up to have chance to participate the early morning alms giving to monks, but it is the only unique things that you see only in Laos and Luang Prabang, the day begins well, at half past five with monks walking the streets in perfect rows and all silence, collecting "alms" (sticky rice, bananas and other sweets) that the inhabitants of the city were delivered to charity. You can also buy your own rice and participate in the event. That's very exciting.

Visit Royal Palace: No visit to Luang Prabang is completed without doubt seeing the magnificent Royal Palace, when inside the Palace the throne room is quite spectacular with its red walls covered from floor to ceiling with stained glass, plant shaping human and animal figures depicting scenes of everyday life. Interestingly, more than ostentatious the result is warm and welcoming. In contrast, rooms and other dependencies of the royal family are a monastic simplicity.

Go for boat trips to the Pk Ou caves: Trip to Laos is exciting and I recommend you to make it more exciting by visiting the Pak Ou. If you have not sailed the Mekong before, this is the ideal opportunity to do so. A walk of about two hours (round trip) to visit Pak Ou that is known as "Caves of the Thousand Buddhas" by the number of statuettes who come on pilgrimage. You can hire the tour through Luxury Travel Vietnam

Take a dip in the Tat Kuang Si waterfall: Tourists can visit Luang Prabang and latter for a 30 KM excursion with a Tuk Tuk (the local motorbike transportation). However, I recommend going on this trip with a bike because there will be few stops to visit some villages before reaching to the Tat Kuang Si waterfall. The reward is a refreshing swim in turquoise waterfalls, albeit somewhat the water Is cold because is embedded in a framework of precious rainforest.

Admire a sunset over the Mekong: The sunset along the Mekong is a marvelous. And if you do not mind spending 10,000 kips, admire from one of the many restaurants that located on the banks of the delta, with a very fresh local Beer, it is even better as this can be the beauty of the moment, no words can describe it. Even with an image I could do, so I dare not leave it and stay a bit more

A trip to Laos has always been in the bucket list of the any traveler with any taste and style of vacationing, come to Laos and experience Laos first hand by a visit to Luang Prabang and other amazing cities, tribes and attractions. Luxury Travel Vietnam ( http://www.luxurytravelvietnam.com ) is an award winning tour operator with more than a decade of experience, local knowledge and world-wide prestige that can be your best local travel agent in Vietnam, Laos and whole Indochina. Welcome

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