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This privately-owned elephant camp was started German Markus Peschke, one of the first foreigners to found a travel company in Laos in the late 1990s. Located about a 30-minute drive...
The town of Luang Prabang is famous for its more than thirty wats (temples) that are scattered throughout the town, happily coexisting besides schools, boutiques, restaurants and cafes. Many of...
Originally the Aman group had wanted to take over and convert a primary school further in town but when the deal feel through, the company settled on the defunct former...
Writes Indagare member Pamela Murdock: “Every morning around 5.30 to 6 a.m. is the Tak Bat, where the monks and novices of the 30-plus temples accept alms (sticky rice) from...
One of the first hotels to open in Luang Prabang, in 1992, La Résidence has been managed by Orient-Express since 2006 and is one of southeast Asia’s most beautiful properties....
Luang Prabang centers around this steep hill, which is topped by gilded Wat Chom Si, one of the town’s main Buddhist Temples. It’s tiny on the inside but the gilded...
Located a 10-minute drive from central Luang Prabang, this place is not so much a “village” as a stretch of dirt road lined with Laotian homes whose owners specialize in...
I can’t decide whether to go to Phuket or Koh Samui with three children, ages 11, 13 and 15. I have read mixed reviews about the Amanpuri in Phuket and...
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