Oudomphong Guest House

65 / 4 Ban Houaxieng Village, Luang Prabang, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Luang Prabang

Someone's in the Kitchen with Lao-Lao

A travel blog entry by 2totango


Time for my Lao-tian cooking class. As you already know, I've been enjoying Lao food immensely. Thai-like flavours are back without the earth-shaking spice. Along the Mekong river,
fish reign supreme, but as a land-locked country they don't have other kinds of seafood. Sticky rice is a special glutinous grain that's actually grown on the hills …

Chillen in Luang Prabang

A travel blog entry by loezz


In de Lonely Planet staat geschreven dat je hier waarschijnlijk langer blijft dan dat je in eerste instantie gepland had. En dat is ook bij ons het geval. Na een aantal dagen reizen is dit de perfecte plek om even te relaxen.

Het stadje leent zich goed om per fiets of te voet te verkennen. Het is relatief rustig en om de zoveel meter …

It must be tough for monks!

A travel blog entry by sachago


Luang Prabang due to its French heritage is filled with delicious French bakeries. How difficult must it be for buddhist monks to resist these delicious chocolate croissants displayed in the shop windows! Monks are asking and getting rice from locals every morning and are then not allowed to eat after 11.30am. They better keep their distance from …

Snails & Snakes!

A travel blog entry by andynemz


... brain (we asked but did not get an answer as to what), served warm and tasted a bit like pate.Ant egg salad -tasty, fresh with some visible see through baby ants which was less disturbing than expected.Fermented fish in a ball – this tasted salty! It was pretty difficult to actually prize the fish away from the ball.Fish stomachs, similar to the above, bitter and salty, tasted a bit like half digested fish – as you would guess ...

Bamboo weaving and fashion!

A travel blog entry by andynemz


... bending and wetting bamboo and trying to tightly pack the weave it got lot trickier. We had hoped for a restful and calming afternoon of craft but were getting very stressed. Once we got halfway up the sides it was slightly more calming again and we could concentrate on getting a really tight weave and choosing our colours. The top part to finish off was pretty tricky but we were feeling pretty pleased with ourselves by then. The ...

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TravelPod Member ReviewsOudomphong Guest House Luang Prabang

Reviewed by 2totango

Nice Quiet Street

Reviewed Dec 19, 2012
by (24 reviews) varies... , Canada Flag of Canada

Nice quiet side street near the river and right near the night market. Some of the rooms are a little rough around the edges, but still good value. The free coffee, tea and bananas paid for themselves! Watch the stairs if you're on the upper level!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Oudomphong Guest House Luang Prabang

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding