Mouang Sua Hotel

Address: Phou Vao Road, Ban Pong Kham, Luang Prabang, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Phou Vao Road, Ban Pong Kham, Luang Prabang.
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Travel Blogs from Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang the city of many temples!!

A travel blog entry by herewegosa on Aug 19, 2015

29 photos

... waited for it to reduce. It was then placed in a bowl over which we sprinkled sesame seeds, tamarind sauce and a selection of our own choice of fruit. Once completed we sat down to eat. They added extra dishes to our meal: veg, bamboo soup, water buffalo laap and sticky rice. It was most enjoyable. We headed back into town afterwards and bought a dress, table runner, rice baskets and a bamboo serving spoon. All things for a dinner party upon return to ...

Luang Prabang

A travel blog entry by schellenberg on Jul 12, 2015

1 comment, 50 photos

... welcoming as we remember. We are all exhausted but have to sty awake at least until 9:00, after a much needed shower, off we are to Luang Prabang downtown..The beautiful wooden colonial buildings are still standing,housing restaurants and guesthouses. We decide to go and seek out the Tamarind restaurant, recommended by some friends. Unfortunately it is closed so we book it for tomorrow. We book another place, the Apsara, after Mr.Michael has checked ...

Morning Alms + Night market

A travel blog entry by nicwhalley on Jul 09, 2015

Today we got up at 4:30 to watch the Morning Alm, a ceremony in which the people in the town donate sticky rice to the monks. The monks come out of the temple each holding their own silver pot. It is customary and polite to be lower than the monks so the people sit on low chairs or steps when the monks come and they give each monk a handful of sticky rice. It was very interesting to watch. We went to an area that was not too crowded ...

Hmong Shaman Ritual - A Journey to the Spirits

A travel blog entry by cth-road on Jun 22, 2015

4 comments, 1 photo

... He got married with 13 to a twenty years older woman. Why? He was very very poor. When he was an infant his parents died due to excessive opium consumption which was common to opium farmers back then. Today, poppy cultivation is prohibited and the Lao government tries to enforce this rule. But in the highlands towards China, government officials have a difficult job plus corruption is a big issue. Anyways, back to the Shaman. His wife was considered to be ...

Luang Prabang

A travel blog entry by expendabelles on Jun 08, 2015

14 photos

... The bears were Moon Bears and were absolutely adorable. The waterfall just kept getting more and more beautiful as we walking higher and higher. The water was incredibly blue and it had loads of tiers that made it different from the waterfalls that we saw in Oz. The water was freezing though so we weren't too gutted that we didn't bring swimming stuff. Due to the hours to kill we found a table with a great view right by the falls and played ...