Angsana Maison Souvannaphoum
Maison Souvannaphoum is a unique heritage hotel with a refined blend of French colonial architecture and local motifs.
You could spend hours just happily following where the day might take you in Luang Prabang. The old town, a UNESCO Heritage Site, sits on a peninsula where the Mekong and the Nam Khan rivers meet. Here the vibe is slow and unhurried. Park yourself at an outdoor café, sip on strong Laos coffee and watch the world go by. Maybe end the day with a riverboat cruise down the Mekong at sunset.
Pack your hiking boots. Landlocked in the middle of Indochina, Laos has a generally mountainous terrain that makes the country one of the region’s classic trekking destinations. You can find interesting trails without straying too far from Luang Prabang, and the routes wind through forests, rice paddies and hill tribe villages.