Luang Prabang, the ancient capital of Luang Prabang Province in northern Laos, lies in a valley at the confluence of the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers. Inhabited for thousands of years, it was the royal capital of the country until 1975. It’s known for its many Buddhist temples, including the gilded Wat Xieng Thong, dating to the 16th century, and Wat Mai, once the residence of the head of Laotian Buddhism.



These two caves are located some 25km from Luangprabang where the Nam Ou river flow into the Mekong, the caves are revered throughout Laos and a very popular place for tourists and pilgrims alike. There are some 4000 statues and statuettes in the caves, mostly of the Buddha, many still covered with paper thin gilding. The first cave is reached by a steep staircase from the river’s edge, while the second cave is a little deeper inside the mountain.


Cruise with an unique wonderful overview of Luang Prabang, from Pak Ou pier in front Belle rive hotel  to Ancien Royal Palace king Phetsarat  During almost 2.5 hours, you will discover Luang Prabang  riverside from Mekong river to Pak  Ou Pier from an exclusive, quiet and cosy place, while you enjoy unlimited soft drinks and one alcoholic cocktail, beer or spirit throughout the cruise, our on board  dinner accompanied by French wines carefully selected (one bottle for 4 people), overlooking the busy Xieng Mène riverside by night