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the palace is quaint and understated. we decided to get a local guide, literally at the front door and this was worth while as he gave us the full history and also had very good english. the whole tour was just over an hour.
This is more of a walk through memorial to the former king of Luang Prabang than a museum. Not as opulent as you would expect for a king, it was nice to see that the old king wasn't a man of extravagance. Made me interested...More
Ought to be visited to find out but not worth of the cost. The ban on taking pictures prevents from showing that there's not much inside. The throne room is definitely the sole component actually well worth visiting. The various other exhibits could be good...More
History of Royal families and life during their reign reveals a lot about country. This museum has an interesting exhibition about Kingdom of Laos, showing photos, presents, and royal throne and costumes, and furniture used by royal family. However, the biggest surprise that the former...More
The structure is stunning and a trip to a museum is definitely fruitful to move visitor to the past on the country along with town.Be reminded to apply apparels or maybe a skirt or maybe pants which cover the knees. Had to hike to the...More
Tells you about the history of LP and the aritfacts are amazing I personally love stuff like this but this was not one I particularly enjoyed over others similar I've been too. If you didn't have time to do this I don't think you'd be...More
This was an extremely neat location. We spent a few hours here and liked the gorgeous and picturesque royal temple as well as the palace grounds as well as museum. Certainly worth the time. It was extremely traditional and was intriguing, but appeared to be...More
It should be an essential experience for everyone visiting Luang Prabang. The grounds of the old palace/National Museum are gorgeous with the Hor Pha Bang Temple one of the defining and dominating skyline structures in the old capital. Unfortunately we didn’t get to inside the...More