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Laos Luang Prabang-Vang Vieng-Vientiane

Theme Package/Private TourLuang PrabangLaos

8 Nights HK$9,880up

Valid Date : 30 Apr 2021

Minimum 2 adults travel together



HotelDateMinimum 2 adults
(Per Person)
3-6 adults
(Per Person)
Single Room
Standard Hotels May-Sep HKD10,580 HKD9,880 HKD1,400
Superior Hotels HKD11,680 HKD10,980 HKD2,400
Deluxe Hotels HKD12,580 HKD11,980 HKD3,400
Standard Hotels Oct-Apr
(Except High Season)
HKD10,980 HKD10,180 HKD1,600
Superior Hotels HKD12,680 HKD11,880 HKD3,200
Deluxe Hotels HKD14,580 HKD13,880 HKD5,000
Day 01 HK-Bangkok
Depart to Bangkok, upon arrival , check in hotel nearby the airport
Day 02 Bangkok - Luang Prabang

Arrival in Luang Prabang, transfer with guide to your hotel. This beautiful city was the royal capital and seat of government for the Kingdom of Laos until the revolution of 1975. The main part of the city consists of four main roads crisscrossing a peninsula
between the Nam Khan and Mekong rivers. Join us on this half day city tour by bicycle, visiting Wat Visun, Wat Aham, the beautiful Wat Xieng Thong. We will walk along the street, climb Phu Si Mountain to enjoy the view overlooking the city and take in the amazing view the Nam Kan river joining the Mekong. From here we can see the magic Mekong and the tributaries of the Nam Khan river. All meals on own arrangement

Accomodation:  Luang Prabang Hotel at your choice

Day 03 Luang Prabang

Starting from Luang Prabang we drive out into the close by valley south east of Luang Prabang. Arriving at the Long Lao village we start our hiking tour. We start this tour with exploring the life and culture of the village where Khamu and Hmong people live. The trail leads than passing some fields and vegetable gardens before reaching the forested mountains with quite wild sceneries and steeper climbs. After a stretch of forest hiking (slippery in wet season) we will explore an interesting cave. During the Second Indochina War people say it helped the local people as a bomb shelter!
The early afternoon, we then arrive at the crystal-clear water of just one of the springs that feed the famous Kuang Si waterfall, lunch by the waterfall (no drinks). The last short walk brings us down the steep waterfall where we have time for a relaxing swim. In the Kuang Si waterfall sanctuary you can see bears living in their project area. An NGO helps to set up proper care and areas to keep the animals. In the afternoon, we return to Luang Prabang. Dinner on own arrangement.

Accommdation:  Luang Prabang Hotel at your choice

Day 04 Luang Prabang

After breakfast, we will embark for a boat cruise on the majestic Mekong river. We will stop to visit the holly Tam Ting Caves (also called the Pak Ou caves), where the Nam Ou river meets the Mekong. This is a site of ancient spiritual significance. It was here, during the 15th century, that the animistic religions were peacefully united with Buddhism. Within the two caves of Tam Ting are stupas, shrines, and carvings of Buddha. Over 4,000 wooden figures of Buddha, many highly ornate, stand within the
natural limestone caves, testament to the skill of Lao craftsmen centuries ago. Continuing along the river, we will visit some local villages: Ban Xang Hai where you can see rice whisky (Lou Lao) being distilled and taste the local products. Lunch on own arrangement. A hands-on opportunity to cook your own Lao feast. You will prepare three Lao dishes plus of course the Lao staple of sticky rice, then sit down to a banquet of the dishes you cooked, and more!

Accommdation:  Luang Prabang Hotel at your choice

Day 05 Luang Prabang - Vang Vieng

Early morning 5:30am you can assist to the ritual of the “Tak Bat”, practice of offering food to monks. The monks leave the monasteries early in the morning, walking in a single file, oldest first, carrying their alms bowls in front of them. Laypeople wait for them, sometimes kneeling, and place food, flowers or incense sticks in the bowls.
Leaving Luang Prabang, we'll drive up into the amazing mountains of north-central Lao PDR, where we will visit Hmong villages. The Hmong are an ethnic group from the mountainous regions of Lao PDR. Hmong people began a gradual southward migration in the 18th century due to political unrest and a lack of arable land. We'll end our journey at the small city of Vang Vieng, tucked in amongst giant limestone cliffs. This is an area of immense natural beauty, with the small Nan Song River passing through the shadows of the dramatic mountains. All meals on own arrangement.

Accommodation:  Vang Vieng Hotel at your choice

Day 06 Vang Vieng

We will be transferred from Vang Vieng to the Khmu village of Vieng Samay, about 10 km north of Vang Vieng. After an introduction to the basics of kayaking, the Nam Song offers various small but fun rapids on the way to the first stop at the cave of Tham Nam Thaem. This cave cuts straight through the mountain, so one emerges on the other side of the range for some panoramic views of the Nam Kouang valley. A trek back over a small pass leads up to a Lao style picnic lunch on the riverside (no drinks). The next paddle stop is at the Organic Farm, where mulberry tea and a variety of fruit wines are produced. The Tham Non Cave lies further downstream. As one of the biggest caves in Vang Vieng, it served as a rescue shelter for the villagers during the Second Indochina War. Today it is home to a bat colony and 'The Magic Stone of Vang Vieng'. The final leg is a gentle paddle - before returning to Vang Vieng in time to catch the sunset from the terrace of the Ban Sabai Riverside Bungalows. Dinner on own arrangement.

Approximately: 15 minutes’ transfer / 4 hours kayaking / 1 hour caving / 1 hour hiking

Accommodation:  Vang Vieng Hotel at your choice

Day 07 Vang Vieng - Vientiane

Today will drive south to Vientiane, the capital and largest city of Laos, situated along the Mekong river. Vientiane became the capital in 1563 due to fears of a Burmese invasion. During French rule, Vientiane was the administrative capital and due to economic growth in recent times, it has become the economic center of Laos. A tour will take you to discover the charms of Vientiane, a quiet but endearing capital city. Our tour begins with Wat Sisaket, which was built in the Siamese style of Buddhist architecture, rather than the Lao style, and thus has a surrounding terrace and an ornate five-tiered roof. Wat Sisaket features a cloister wall with more than 2000 ceramic and silver Buddha
images. Next, we’ll visit Wat Phra Kaew, built between 1565 and 1556. Wat Phra Kaew was the former home of the Emerald Buddha, which now resides in Wat Phra Keaw in Bangkok. The temple has been destroyed several times. The current structure was rebuilt for the third time by the French in the 1920's. We will move on to the famous sacred That Luang Stupa, a gold-covered Buddhist stupa initially established in the 3rd century. The That Luang Stupa is the most important national monument in Lao
PDR and a national symbol. Then it’s on to the imposing Phatuxay Monument, “Victory Gate” or “Gate of Triumph” which is dedicated to those who fought in the struggle for independence from France. Our journey will end with a visit to the Talat Sao (Morning Market), where you can find an abundance of locally made handicrafts.

All meals on own arrangement

Accommodation : Vientiane Hotel at your choice

Day 08 Vientiane

7:30 Departure from the hotel. We arrive at the village of Ban Hatkhay to 9:30 or 2 local guides will wait after preparing the picnic. We will be traveling to vehicle to Say Pha through the path that leads to the rice fields before arriving in the park. The trek will start at orchid Pha Say with his views on an impressive throat than 40m high and thick jungle. We move on small trails and discover shade different forest types: semi-deciduous jungles, bamboo, accompanied by two guides and an expert on orchids.
Do not be surprised by abundance of orchids in some places, all the rocks are covered! Some biotopes are extraordinary. We will also have the opportunity to learn many things on medicinal plants and other plant families such as: Cane, the Gingers, the Dypterocarpes ... The picnic lunch (no drinks) will be in the bed of a dry river any part of the year. The afternoon will end with a swim at the waterfall of Tad Say before returning to the village. Back in Vientiane expected around 18h.

Dinner on own arrangement.

Accommodation: Vientiane Hotel at your choice

Day 09 Vientiane - Hong Kong
After breakfast , transfer to airport for flight back to HK
Package price includes
  • HK-Bangkok-Luang Prabang//Vientiane-Bangkok-HK economy class air ticket on Thai Airways (free stopover in Bangkok)
  • 01 night hotel accommodation in Bangkok with breakfast
  • 07 nights hotel accommodation in Laos with daily breakfast
  • English speaking local guides as per itinerary (we can arrange Chinese speaking guide with surcharge)
  • Private air-conditioned vehicle for transfers as per itinerary
  • Entrance fees
  • Meals mentioned in itinerary
  • Mineral water in car during excursion
Package price not includes
  • Airports taxes, security surcharge, fuel surcharge & airport construction fee (around HKD1,000)
  • Tips for guide and driver
  • All prices and conditions are subject to change without prior notice. Hotel check in date must be finished on or before the valid date
  • Ticket is non-reroutable, non-endorsable, non-refundable and valid on flight date shown only
  • Ticket validity 07 days (W class)



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Laos Luang Prabang-Vang Vieng-Vientiane

UD:  BW/24MAR20/168

UD:  BW/24MAR20/168

Enquiry / Booking HK$9,880up

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