Tak Bat & Sunrise Cruise
The traditional ritual of almsgiving is one of the most iconic images of Luang Prabang. As dawn approaches, accompany hotel staff as they head into town to gift food to a procession of local monks in their vibrant orange robes.
After the Alms giving procession you have the chance to visit the morning market in the town. Then enjoy a sunrise breakfast cruise along the Mekong River, welcoming the day in magical style.
Priced at US$140 per person for a shared trip, minimum two guests
Priced at US$550 for a private excursion
Advanced reservations are required
Luang Prabang Tour
Just a few minutes away is the easygoing town of Luang Prabang. Seemingly forgotten by our fast-moving world, this town is a picturesque pocket of old-world charm. Visit local boutiques, towering temples and shimmering pagodas—or pick up a bargain at the buzzing local night market.Contact us
Traditional Baci Ceremony
A Baci ceremony is one of the oldest Lao traditions and is often used to celebrate special events. A senior village shaman will perform this enchanting ceremony for family and friends. The blessings he bestows are designed to strengthen community bonds and leave you feeling renewed.Contact us
Laotian Farm Experience
Ever wondered what life is like for a traditional rice and vegetable farmer in Laos? A short trip out of town spirits you to an idyllic farm for an informative hands-on tour.
Learn how to plough with buffalo and the correct way to sow seeds in this truly unique activity.Contact us
Meet with expert chefs on the outdoor terrace as they share the secret techniques used to prepare Laotian food. Follow along step-by-step until you have a tempting three-course meal to add to your repertoire. Sampling your creations in the restaurant rounds off the day.Contact us
Board a traditional boat and visit the Chomplot temple, the Si Moung Khoum temple and the Tham temple cave.
As the sunset shifts from golden yellow to fiery orange, end the day looking down on Luang Prabang and the Mekong river from the top of Chompet hill.Contact us
Mystery Dine Around
Embark on a journey of gastronomic discovery around Luang Prabang’s most exciting restaurants. Beginning at the hotel’s own Doc Champa Bar, your personal tuk-tuk will whisk you away to sample a variety of culinary delights.
Priced at $90 per person including transport, one dish and one alcoholic beverage at four restaurants.Contact us
There are a number of unique villages to explore in Laos.
Visit Ban Xang Hai, famous for its wine distillery and punchy Lao-Lao whiskey. Alternatively head to Ban Phanom, known as the village of weavers. Learn about the complete cycle of silk production before browsing the shops to find stunning clothing, handicrafts and mementos.Contact us
With stunning scenery, good roads and exceptionally light traffic, picture-perfect Luang Prabang is a great place to explore by bicycle.
Routes for all abilities can be found around town, and our concierge will be delighted to help you plan your two-wheeled adventure.Contact us
Pak Ou Caves
Step aboard our traditional boat for a full- or half-day excursion to the famous and fascinating Buddha caves.
Guests on the full-day tour will also visit three villages: Ban Chan, famous for its pottery; Ban Xang Khong, known for its exquisite weavings; and Xang Hai, which produces the famously fiery Lao-Lao whisky.Contact us
Waterfalls of Laos
Just a short ride away from Luang Prabang, the majestic Kuang Si waterfall—cascading down 60 metres into clear, azure pools—is an astonishing sight. Or visit the Tad Se falls, comprised of many small waterfalls and pools.
Whichever you choose, both provide a scenic spot for a gourmet picnic and refreshingly cool dip.Contact us