The Chang Inn

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

    Kuang Si Falls

    A travel blog entry by banshee4 on Jun 05, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... water. It's absolutely breathtaking! We spent a few hours swimming in the deliciously cold water and exploring the pools. The bear rescue centre with the Asian black bears rescued from poachers was an unexpected sight. In the evening, we headed into town for supper and had an incredible meal at L'Elephant (a French restaurant - with an actual French chef). Totally delish. Laos is spectacular but their typical food is fairly average. Lots of rice, some curry dishes, no ...

    Withdrawing from 'Nam Leaping to Laos

    A travel blog entry by joshandlauren on May 09, 2015

    ... both been to Madame Tussaudes so we know what a wax work looks like, and that body looked wax. (Shhsh though I don't  think the Socialist Republic of Vietnam would want us saying that) the rest of the day was spent visiting temples and watching a water puppet show. Thursday was our last day in Hanoi and last day in Vietnam, made more painful with the added loss of losing a 3rd of our travel group, which over 20 days ...

    Luang PraBANG

    A travel blog entry by emmaandsophie on Apr 26, 2015

    5 comments, 3 photos

    ... view over the city and then followed the path around the mountain which took us past various Buddha statues, one for each day of the week, an imprint of Buddha's foot (which needs some imagination!) and several monks who were studying on the mountain.

    That evening we were feeling brave and decided to get some proper street food for dinner. An alley way next to the night market was full of buffets where you picked a mixture of foods (it was a bit of a ...

    Cascade & bear parades

    A travel blog entry by lou-and-ian on Feb 26, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    A minivan took us 32km to Kuang Si Falls which were magnificent multi-tiered cascading waterfalls falling over limestone formations into turquiose blue pools. We climbed the slippery mud trail to the top using tree roots and vines to pull ourselves up; it was very steep. Reaching the top we took in the great views down the waterfalls and out over the mountains. We walked across the top of the waterfall where just a few pieces of bamboo prevented us from falling 200ft to the ...

    Waterfall country

    A travel blog entry by emily.hall.7758 on Feb 14, 2015

    15 photos

    ... in to our guesthouse we went to find some lunch and on the way we ran into an English girl who was in our minivan. We got lunch together then walked through the old town, stopping to visit a temple and we crossed one of the old bamboo bridges that you have to pay $1 to cross and on the other side is just a small village.

    The next day we wanted to head to the Kuangsi waterfall but first we got up at 5:30 to see the monks during their morning ...