Luang Prabang is a city that is rich in cultural significance to Lao people, full of some of the most breathtaking historical and religious sites in the country. A convenient hotel pickup will take you from your hotel to a nearby morning market where you can take a look at the selection of fresh fish and vegetables, as well as medicinal plants. From there, you'll make your way to the Wat Mai Suwannaphumaram Monastery, built in the late 18th century, followed by the Royal Palace Museum, which was once the official royal residence before it was converted to a museum in 1976. Then you'll visit Wat Choumkhong, Wat Xieng Muan and a Traditional Lao Wooden House known as the Heuan Chan Heritage Museum where you'll learn about the architecture of Traditional Houses in Luang Prabang’s past. Your next stops are Melon Stupa and the renowned World Heritage House - the Wat Pak Khan, then you'll make your way to Wat Sen and end your tour at the Royal Palace before being dropped off at your hotel.