Xieng Khouang is the most famous for the intriguing “Plain of Jars”. Stepping in this place, tourists may feel like stepping into a little boy getting lost in the world of giants. You will continue asking questions such as “How long have these jars presented here? Who made it? What did they use for?” You will be crazily excited about discovering hundreds of giant stone jars, some as large as 3.25 meters high are strewn all over the plateau –carved out of solid hunks of rock from surrounding mountains. Just coming there and watching, you may find the answer for yourself.
2 Days 1 Night Luang Prabang to Xieng Khuang
Tour Code: XKH2D (B)
Duration: 2 Days 1 Night
Meals: as indicated
Day 1: Luang Prabang – Xieng Khuang (L)
Morning, transfer to Xieng Khouang (approx. 7 hours) from Luang Prabang, our scenic stops include Kiaw Mouang, Nam Ming Bridge, Huay Hien, Kiow Kamporm, Phu Khoune, and Tham Pha (Buddha Cave). Up on arrival, transfer to your hotel and rest.
Recommendation: Bring warm clothes; this is a year-round cold region (particularly at night).
Day2: Xieng Khuang – Vientiane (B, L)
Breakfast at the hotel then visit Plain of Jars, mysterious and ancient, the stone jars are apparently carved out of solid rock and area scattered all over the plateau. The biggest jar is more than 3.25 meters high. There are several different theories as to the purpose of the jars which are estimate to be 2,500 to 3,000 years old. Then visit Mulberry farm, specializes in the production of naturally-dyed, handmade Lao silk. If time permit visit local markets then free time. Then transfer to airport for flight to Vientiane.
Includes: Local English speaking guide, private minivan, entrance fees, meals as indicated, accommodation, drinking water & towels.
Excludes: International and domestic flight tickets, Visa, insurance, personal expenses & gratuity.
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