We walk around Luang Prabang.
The UNESCO registers the town of Luang Prabang itself as the World Heritage.
This is why many foreign such as European, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Thai tourists visit this small town.
Luang Prabang is a town with much nature as this view from Mount Pousi.
And it is a town of Buddhism temples too.
Kotaro suddenly began to join his palms together as if he prayed!
Does he notice the presence of Buddha here?
We entered the Traditional Arts & Ethnology Centre.
I loved it so much!
Not only their exhibition but also their way of research and presentation by local young students is really interesting and unique.
Here is “Khao Soi”, one of typical local noodles in Luang Prabang.
Lao food is more salty than Vietnamese.
I knew this food, which I had eaten in Cambodia 12 years ago.
This is Lao tofu!
It is different from the Japanese one, sweater and spicier with ginger.
The most fascinating scene in this town is a line of mendicant monks in the early morning, however, it seems almost a show for tourists.
Rude behavior to monks by some foreign tourists disappointed me badly.
The bamboo bridge was completed, which we saw under construction on the first day in Luang Prabang.
When I crossed over the river, Kotaro fell asleep.
We applied for a half-day tour to the Pak Ou Caves at a tour office.