Luang Prabang sits on a small promontory in between the Nam Khan and Mekong rivers, and for centuries the waterways were not only the sole way for residents to get in and out of the city, but also its lifeblood, supplying fish and fresh water. Today, you can experience the magic of Southeast Asia's most famous river with a special Luang Prabang sunset cruise onboard its most luxurious vessels.
With so many activities available to keep you busy during the day, take some time out to soak up the sunset views over the Mekong. The shoreline of the ancient royal capital of Luang Prabang is lined with perfect picnic spots, for which we will arrange a selection of canapés and perfectly matched wine.
A scenic two-hour boat ride upriver from Luang Prabang is where you'll find the Pak Ou caves, where the Nam Ou river meets the Mekong. Head deeper into the twin Tham Ting and Tham Theung caverns to discover thousands of images and statues of Buddha in various poses.