You are highly recommended to rise up early this morning in order to catch the beautiful moment of the sunrise at the crossroads in town. You will also have the opportunity to observe the Tak Bat ceremony (procession of monks). During the ceremony, the faithful stand on the sidewalk carrying foods in their arms in order to offer them to the walking-by monks wearing orange robes. Show your respect them and avoid disturbing them.
You will visit the Royal Palace – nowaday the National Museum – in early morning before having a 70km journey towards Khuang Sy waterfall via a beautiful road bordered by rice paddies and villages. Stop en route at some of the village and a countryside lunch will be served at the waterfall. Swimming is allowed in the waterfall as long as weather permits. for
Transfer back to Luang Prabang. Situated on the left bank of the Mekong River, it used to be a religious capital, housing more than 100 beautiful temples. Particularly, you will discover:
Vat Xieng Thong – contains numerous holy buildings (or Temple of the Royal City – the finest temple in the city)
Vat Visoun – the city’s most ancient temple with wooden windows designed under influences of the Vat Phou’s Khmer temple.
The H’mong Night Market, setting up every day in the main street in the late afternoon from 5.00pm to 10.00pm, will be arranged to visit. Enjoy dinner by yourself. Overnight at the hotel.