The Chang Heritage Hotel

Address: 93 Unit 03, Phoneheuang Village, Luang Prabang, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 93 Unit 03, Phoneheuang Village, Luang Prabang.
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Travel Blogs from Luang Prabang

Walking tour of Luang Prabang

A travel blog entry by banshee4 on Jun 03, 2015

2 comments, 10 photos

... time of the French rule. Luang Prabang (a Royal city) is known as the city of temples for it's array of beautiful Buddhist Wats and more than 500 monks who live in them. The premier wat is Wat Xieng Thong (or Temple of the Golden City), located on the northern tip of the peninsula of Luang Phrabang. It is a stunning monument to the spirit of religion, royalty and traditional art. There are over twenty structures on the grounds including a sim, shrines, ...

Luang Probang / Laos

A travel blog entry by carolandjeff on Apr 23, 2015

3 comments, 20 photos

... town, read a book, etc. There are several temples in the city. While we were there, a very important Buddhist celebration was happening: after the Lao new year, people go to the temples and put water in a tube that will reach the golden Buddha statue. The water that touched Buddha is collected again and people put a bit in their head making a wish for the new year. The city is full of temples and there are monks everywhere. We noticed that ...

Lets all just grow back down

A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 27, 2015

29 photos

... real life before! We spent about 20 minutes walking around, taking pictures of the bears and learned about why they had to be protected. They are captured using snares and then transported to a settlement where they are put in a small cage. They remain there until their captors find a buyer, the reason for them being bought: bile. Long needles are injected into their gall bladders and bile is removed for traditional medicine. There is apparently no ...

Luang Prabang

A travel blog entry by ludders on Feb 28, 2015

4 comments, 24 photos

... chilled. I really didn't know what to expect from Laos I couldn't picture it in my mind before I arrived but it's a perfect destination to me, everything from the weather to the people. In LPB because it's a world heritage site there's a strict midnight curfew on the bars so the place is really quiet at night and you don't get the same party scene which is a welcome change (I've heard that the bowling alley is open late so you can go and drink there if you're so inclined!). ...

Luang Prabang

A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Feb 23, 2015

38 photos

... and assortment of cheese! That evening we also tried to rent a motor bike for the next day. However, it was 20 after 5 he said he was closed and for us to come back in the morning. He even said, it's not the money but the principle. This struck me as odd, at least for SE Asia, because everyone is out to make a buck no matter the time. Surprising, but also a little impressive. We walked around the city a little, weaving back into the market, down side streets and along ...