See & Do

You will be seduced by Luang Prabang, a city classified as a World Heritage Site by Unesco.


At the confluence of the Nam Khane River and the Mekong Rvier, the Peninsula is the heart of the religious, artistic and commercial life of the city.

During your walks, let yourself be charmed by the countless golden-roofed temples, the renovated French colonial architecture, the morning or vesperal drum of the pagodas, the colorful dawn robes of the bonzes, the serenity of the prayers at dusk In the evening, the fragrant markets of spices or shimmering silk, the quiet life of the river.

Each of your steps will guide you in the footsteps of recent or legendary history.

Depending on the season, you will have the opportunity to discover the famous Pimai Lao or Water Festival, the Late Buddhist outing and magic lanterns, the pirogue race, or the Hmong New Year in December.

Nature lovers will go up the Mekong River in a pirogue to the caves of Pak Ou, plunge into the clear cascades of Tad Kuang Si and Tad Se, bathe with elephants and their mahouts.

The course of time stops in Luang Prabang: grace, simplicity of welcome and smile, enchantment.

SAYO RIVER

Vat Xieng Thong, Old Town of Luang Prabang, Laos

(00856-71) 25 47 10

contact@sayoguesthouse.com

SAYO NAGA

Sisavangvong Road, Downtown, Luang Prabang, Laos

(00856-71) 21 24 84

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Tad Se, the éléphants

Luang Prabang, Laos