Luang Prabang – E-bike City tour
After an 8:30 AM pickup from the guide, head into
Luang Prabang with the adapted bikes. Begin the tour at the former Royal Palace,
which stands today as the National Museum. Explore the history of Laos before
continuing on to Wat Mai, a temple known for its golden bas reliefs.
Pay a visit to
Wat Visoun, the holiest temple in the city, before continuing passed Wat Aham
to Wat That, housing the ashes of King Sisavang Vong. Ride along the Nam Khan
River to Wat Xieng Thong, the most revered temple (and one of the most
beautiful) in Luang Prabang.
Lunch at Tamarind
(closed on Sundays) for some of the best local food in Luang Prabang (Lao set
Head out of town
in the afternoon and ride to the Phosy Market. The guide will help to explain
(and encourage sampling!) some of the exotic, local fruits.
Continue the Luang Prabang cycle to Ock Pop Tock, a non-profit organisation working to preserve
traditional weaving techniques. A short tour introduces the
process of silk weaving from the initial stages of creating the dyes to the
final process of loom weaving.
Ride along the
Mekong back to town for the final stop: the Traditional Arts & Ethnology
Centre. Dedicated to the rich diversity of Laos’ ethnic minorities, this museum
displays traditional costumes, tools, and artefacts alongside in-depth
descriptions and written histories. (Note: closed on Mondays).
Return to hotel
afternoon enjoy a romantic and relaxing time at L’Hibiscus Spa. Sample a hot spa welcome beverage
before enjoying a 30 minute herbal foot massage on a private balcony for two.
Continue with a 90 minute aromatherapy massage (private room for two) including
hot compress, hot rocks, or hot oil. After the massage share sunset on the
balcony and try a delicious L’Hibiscus sorbet.
the evening, enjoy a romantic dinner for two at Luang Prabang’s finest French restaurant, L’Eléphant.
Luang Prabang Hotel – E-bike station
(2 km): 5 min