Luang PrabangWe flew in and out of the country from here but if you here only to do Laos I would advise you to fly in from Luang Prabang and fly out from Vientiane. It gives you time to see more and spend more time in the north and south! Luang Prabang is one of those cities developed around for tourists. It is very western with lots of cafes, bars, and restaurants all along the riverfront and in the town. There are many monasteries and museums here as well but each one has an entry fee of 10,000 Kip! I used to peep into them at night after they were closed to maximize the monastery count!The night market of Luang Prabang is worth checking out without a doubt. How they come every evening at 5, set up their foldable tents and start arranging their products in perfect order is admirable. I like their efficiency and neatness. This is the perfect place to buy souvenirs if you know how to bargain! You need to be good at that or people like me can pay whatever they quote and spread happiness!
Each night the entire street below Mt. Phousi temple is covered in tents, each one displaying local goods. The night market is an amazing sight and offers an extensive collection of handicrafts, wood carvings, jewellery, clothing and more. Open hours: 5:00 PM – 11:00 PM every nightLocation: Sisavangvong RoadCost: FreePhotography CreditsShilpa Srinivas @flohwithmeTravel Related Information:Visa for Indians: On ArrivalDuration : 30 daysPurpose : TourismTravel : By AirCurrency : Laos Kip
Cost: 20,000kip#9 Biking around the whole area + Chilling at the cafes
#8 Revel in Temple architecture
#5 Try Laos cuisine + Take a cooking lesson