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Luang Prabang Local Food Tour At Night By Vintage Tuk-Tuk

1. Luang Prabang Local Food Tour At Night By Vintage Tuk-Tuk

This is a 4 1/2 hour night food tour that starts at 4PM and finishes at 8:30 PM. It includes local food and drinks. Luang Prabang Food Tour is perfect for people who love local food. If you want to get to know what to eat in Luang Prabang but need some help finding places, then this tour will help you out. Discover the best food in Luang Prabang at night during a 4-hour scooter tour. Bring an empty stomach, because the tour won't end until you're full. Wondering what to eat in Luang Prabang? On this Luang Prabang Food Tour you learn about Laos food culture, have fun, and leave full. On this tour you will enjoy the following dishes at six different stops: - Orlam: this local stew is a Luang Prabang favorite full of flavor made with beef - Fresh Salad Local Style: this dish is made with fresh cut papaya, chicken, and local vegetables with herbs for flavor - Khao Soi: this pork noodle soup dish is the most famous Laos specialty. It is made with noodles, pork broth, and topped with Bolognese - Mok Pa: this snack is made out of fish that has been steamed in banana leaf - Local cakes: you will try three different types of local cake, coconut cake, mango cake, and sticky rice cake - Namvam: after all that food, you will end with a sweet soup as a tasty dessert

Luang Prabang: Buddhism Tour with Guide on a Vintage Tuk-Tuk

2. Luang Prabang: Buddhism Tour with Guide on a Vintage Tuk-Tuk

This tour is an introduction to local Buddhist customs, and no prior knowledge is required to enjoy it to the fullest! Discover the most influential Buddhist destinations in the city, discuss the history of Buddhism and experience Buddhist rituals with locals. You will be picked up from your hotel at 5:00 AM and will travel with your guide on a vintage tuk-tuk to the Alms Giving Ceremony. Join the locals in the Alms Giving Ceremony, and see Buddhist monks. This sacred tradition will bring you luck and happiness. After head to the local market to learn more about local culture and enjoy breakfast and coffee. At 8:30 head to the Luang Prabang Buddhist temples to explore and learn more about the religion, architecture and historical significances of the temples. At 10:00 AM you will return to your hotel.

Luang Prabang: Cooking Class, 4-Course Lunch, & Guided Hike

3. Luang Prabang: Cooking Class, 4-Course Lunch, & Guided Hike

Immerse yourself in Lao culture through its gastronomy and landscapes with this cooking class and hike combo tour. Visit a local farm for a 4-course cooking lesson, hike to Kuang Si Falls, and meet rescued bears at a bear sanctuary. After getting picked up from your hotel in a traditional tuk-tuk, enjoy a 40-minute drive towards the home and farm of a local family in the village of Ban Pak Si. Upon arrival at the farm, join your host for a stroll in the gardens to select the fresh ingredients for your cooking class. Then, under the guidance of your host, learn how to prepare a traditional four-course Lao lunch. Cook your own salad, pork laab, sticky rice, and more, then sit down to enjoy the rewards of your efforts with lunch at the riverside. Refreshed and reenergized after lunch, enjoy a 2-hour hike towards Kuang Si Falls, following a path used daily by local farmers. Upon arrival, swim in the falls' turquoise waters or simply relax and enjoy your surroundings. Next, pay a visit to a nearby sanctuary that cares for and rehabilitates bears rescued from animal traders and deforested habitats. At the end of the day, return to Luang Prabang, stopping for photos of the Lao countryside and villages before arriving back at your hotel.

Luang Prabang: Guided Tour of Mt. Phousi with Local Cuisine

4. Luang Prabang: Guided Tour of Mt. Phousi with Local Cuisine

Experience the stunning beauty of Luang Prabang's natural scenery on a half-day motorbike tour, choosing between the sunrise or the sunset options. Choose the sunrise option to start your tour early when you’re picked up from your hotel at 5 AM. You’ll be taken to Mount Phousi to admire the best views of Luang Prabang as the sun rises at 6 AM before cruising down the Mekong River on a local boat. At 7:30 AM, enjoy a local breakfast to learn more about traditional cuisine in Laos. Finish the tour at 8:30 AM when you’re dropped off back at your hotel.  Alternatively, choose the sunset option and start the tour in the afternoon. Get picked up from your hotel at 4:30 PM and head off on the back of a motorbike to Mount Phousi to admire the best views of Luang Prabang at sunset. Learn about the city's rich history from your expert guide and try some local cuisine in Luang Prabang. Sample delicious dishes like Or Lam, Khao Soy, and Nam Van before being dropped off at back your hotel at 8:30 PM.

Luang Prabang: Guided Tour of Kuang Si Waterfall by Tuk-Tuk

5. Luang Prabang: Guided Tour of Kuang Si Waterfall by Tuk-Tuk

Enjoy a half-day Luang Prabang waterfall tour which lasts for 5.5 hours. Get picked up at your hotel at 8:30 AM and climb into a Tuk-Tuk, one of the most popular forms of transport in Laos. As you ride through the incredible scenery, take in the sights and experience real Laos culture and customs from your guide. First, enjoy a local coffee at a viewpoint of the Mekong River. At 10 AM, visit a lovely Luang Prabang village, one of the highlights on the tour and learn more about local life. At 11 AM, head over to Kuang Si Waterfall, the main highlight of the tour. At 1:15 PM, stop for lunch with your guide as you learn about the cuisine of the local people. Finish the tour at 2 PM after you're dropped off back at your hotel.

Luang Prabang: Private Sunset Cruise and Hot Pot Dinner

6. Luang Prabang: Private Sunset Cruise and Hot Pot Dinner

Enjoy the best views of Luang Prabang at sunset on a private cruise on the Mekong River. Experience a traditional tuk-tuk ride, sail along the Mekong, and enjoy a delicious hot pot dinner. After getting picked up from your hotel by tuk-tuk, head to the boat jetty behind the Royal Palace and set sail for a 2-hour cruise along the Mekong River. Listen to your local guide explain the history of the Mekong and its residents as you sail. Drinks and snacks are available to purchase. The cruise is timed to catch the sunset, so you can relax on the boat terrace and take in views of the sun setting behind Luang Prabang and Chompet. You can also have your photo taken by the guide. After dusk, return to land and hop back on the tuk-tuk for a quick drive to your dinner venue, Sin Dat Hot Pot and Barbecue Restaurant. Have fun cooking your own meal for dinner as the locals do before getting dropped off back at your hotel in the evening.

Luang Prabang: 4-Hour Vegetarian Food Tour on a Tuk-Tuk

7. Luang Prabang: 4-Hour Vegetarian Food Tour on a Tuk-Tuk

This is a 4-hour half-day afternoon tour that starts at 4PM and finishes at 8PM. It's the perfect tour for vegetarian and vegan travelers, but also for any other foodies who want to discover the country's food culture. During this tour you will try various vegetarian-friendly dishes at five different restaurants. Along the way you will enjoy a Laos local vegan salad, mango sticky rice with coconut, vegetarian Laos noodles, local coconut cakes, and a Laos sweet dessert. Try all of these dishes and get to know the country better with this food tour by vintage tuk-tuk.

Luang Prabang: Vintage Tuk-Tuk Morning Tour

8. Luang Prabang: Vintage Tuk-Tuk Morning Tour

After being picked up at your hotel or accommodations, tour the city on a vintage tuk-tuk with your knowledgeable guide. Ride to a gorgeous view of the Mekong River and enjoy a cup of Lao coffee as your guide explains your itinerary for the day. Cruise down to the Wat Xieng Thong Temple in Luang Prabang and about learn about its architectural and cultural significance. Continue on to the Royal Palace and discover the history of the Lao royalty. Take a break and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant as you reenergize for the rest of your tour. Your tour will culminate with a stop at the Pottery village, where you can admire the beautiful works of local Lao pottery. Finally, return with your guide back to your hotel.

Luang Prabang: Hiking Off the Beaten Track with Picnic Lunch

9. Luang Prabang: Hiking Off the Beaten Track with Picnic Lunch

Depart your hotel at 8:30 AM for a 50-minute drive in a westerly direction to the village of Nong Tok, the starting point for today’s hike. This rustic village is little-visited by tourists, is nestled inside a picturesque valley and consists of ethnic Hmong and Kamu enclaves. The Hmong people are known as ‘Lao Seung’ highlanders, who traditionally inhabit the higher peaks of the mountainous Lao countryside – however the village in the Nong Tok valley has re-settled to this lower altitude. A Hmong trekking guide will join you and your Lao guide, to lead your hike of six to seven hours of walking time. Begin first with an ascent to a skyline ridge, offering views over Nong Tok village and its enclosing valley. On the way, you might see crops of rice, coriander, chilli, and local herbs planted by local villagers who live in the valley. Follow a marked trail, which will be steep in parts, and slippery in the wet season (from April to September). Make a stop at Nong Long koot, a watering point for local animals, and in a picturesque setting. Around half way in to your hike, stop for a picnic lunch (provided) and take a short rest, admiring views of surrounding hills. The latter half of your walk will be a descent through forests towards Ban Long Lao. Here, you will be met by your driver for the return to Luang Prabang. Expect to arrive back at your hotel by around 4:00 PM, after a day of walking in the wilderness of Luang Prabang Province

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What people are saying about Luang Prabang

The trip to the waterfalls was definitely worth it, although I would not go there again with the tuk tuk, it brings no added value compared to a van. We were there at 10am and there were few other tourists there, you couldn't swim, the water was just too cold for that. On the way back we visited an unscheduled Buffalo farm, a brilliant project, absolutely worth seeing !!!

It was very good

Not only was the food they took me delicious, but they also dropped in at places I wanted to visit, such as temples and markets, and took lots of photos. I explained the history of the city and temples and spent a very meaningful time

Managed to get to know more about the local cuisine, daily habits and culture through this tour. Tour guide was really friendly and accommodating. Would recommend to our family and friends in future.

Local sweets, eating and drinking at street stalls! it was fun!