At the height of 150 metres, Phousi Hill, which means “sacred hill”, a distinctive cut on the Luang Prabang skyline, is the host to many temples and also the best place to watch sunrise or sunset in the city.
As we might all know, Laos is well considered as The Land of a Million Elephants. But that’s not all about this country. They also have their own traditional customs that you won’t regret to admire at least once in the lifetime.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site with a French historic influence, Luang Prabang is unbelievably relaxing to just float through the little streets, soak up the beautiful scenery and get accustomed to the very laid-back lifestyle here.
Luang Prabang, which is also called as Luang Phabang, is the former capital of Laos and declared a UNESCO World Heritage city in 1995. With numerous attractions reflecting Indochinese architecture, Buddhist temples and colorful cultures, Luang Prabang is considered the spiritual heart of Laos.