Off The Beaten Track Activities:  Luang Prabang ethnic market

The night market is a great place for shopping and checking out the wonders on offer. It was fun and colorful and vast sellers and choices.

How to find Luang Phrabang night market ?

The night market is a great attraction before or after diner in the city center. Do not miss this ethnic market if you travel to Laos, something that should not be missed for those visiting Luang Prabang.

Detail Activities

The ethnic night market of Luang Prabang takes place every evening from 6 o'clock until 11. This is an ideal place to stock up with ethnic handicraft souvenirs: brocades, basketry, jewelry, bags, sarongs and so on. Local food is also on offer and delicious.

Off The Beaten Track Activities

  • Homestay in Muang Ngoi

    Experience in a real Lao village in Muang Ngoi Neua was an unforgettable memory in my life.”

  • Luang Prabang boat trip

    The best way to see Luang Prabang and surrounding, what a beautiful sunset ride on the Fabulous Mekong river, complemented by a tradition Laos dinner and the fascinated temple stops.

  • Luang Prabang ethnic market

    The night market is a great place for shopping and checking out the wonders on offer. It was fun and colorful and vast sellers and choices.

  • Silk weaving in Laos

    For those interested in traditional handicrafts, visit Luang Prabang outskirt’ s weaving villages and learn what to do with the old looms is a good way to spend a morning.

  • Elephant ride in Luang Prabang

    The 700 year old Luang Prabang is surrounded by lush jungle and an elephant ride is the way to get closer to its pristine nature, impressive waterfalls and village life.

  • Tuk tuk ride in Luang Prabang

    A handy way to get around Luang Prabang and its surrounding area. Blend with the locals on a compact tuk tuk and get into close contact with local life.

  • Nong Khiaw boat trip

Examples of full packages

These examples of full package show how we combine adventure travel, off the beaten track travel with classic sightseeing and relaxation to make a balanced, fulfilling and enjoyable holiday.

Grade: Challenging
Luggage: Vehicles
Accommodation: Hotel & homestay
When to do: Year round

A mythical great river runs through three lands of Indochina, the Mekong River. A shared history, sometimes common and sometimes distant, has shaped the cultural richness and uniqueness of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. This journey aims to unlock the fascinating appeal of Indochina: its spectacular landscapes and amazingly diverse cultures. Covering all highlights from the magnificent Angkor temples to the roof of Indochina - Fanxipan Mountain, and filled with enjoyable activities, it can delight the most jaded mind.

Starting at the vibrant hub of South Vietnam, Saigon, cruising on endless waterways of Mekong Delta, marveling at majestic Angkor temples, relaxing in atmospheric Luang Prabang before trekking in laid back Muang Ngoi and Sapa and finishing with a scenic cruise in Halong, this itinerary is perfect for a complete Indochina discovery.

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Grade: Moderate
Luggage: Vehicles
Accommodation: Hotel & homestay
When to do: March to November

This tour brings in a glimpse of Vietnam and a taste of Cambodia. The journey starts out in the 1000-year-old city of Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam with rich history and sensational cuisine. It then gets off tourist trails and travels inland for 4 days in  beautiful Pu Luong nature reserve with trekking between hilltribe villages, meeting the local people and enjoying a homestay in these remote communities.

This adventure also combines exploration of the impressive waterscape at Tam Coc, both on foot and by sampan. Boat is also the way to explore Halong Bay, making this tour a perfect itinerary for those love being on water.  Other hightlights include the Siem Reap homestay  and the majestic Angkor temples.

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