Temple visiting Luang Prabang is the capital of Laos as well as the religious center of the whole country. Therefore, when visiting Luang Prabang, you should visit at least one of their temples. Temple is a common sight in this city, however, some of those are really stunning that you should not miss visiting. Here are some names that you should note down: Wat Wisunalat, Wat Siphoutthabath and Wat Pak Khan. Before setting off for a temple-visiting, you should educate yourself on how to act in those sacred places. This is surely the best way to learn about Laos’ culture.   Sunset at Mount Phousi Mount Phousi is a popular attraction in Luang Prabang. People rush to this mount, especially in the later of the day when the sun is about to set, to witness the glorious sun falling down to the horizon over the water of Mekong River. Biking around the city and see the French architecture Luang Prabang’s architecture is embedded with a heavy French influence due to being a capital city of former French-colonized countries. The result is many lovely houses scattering around the city and differenced itself from other cities in Southeast Asian with a distinctive elegant and tranquil vibe. There is no better way to explore this laid-back and peaceful city than bicycling. Kuang Si Falls No one leaves Luang Prabang without seeing this spectacular destination. Kuang Si Falls allure travelers with its turquoise blue water and a stunning waterfall. Besides, you can also add some exciting and adventurous activities to your itinerary besides the traditional swimming and watching. Kuang Si Fall would make a great venture into nature and a wonderful destination for outdoor activities in a school tour. The morning Alms giving (Tak Bak) For a very long time, this has been a common sight in Luang Prabang. In the early morning, monks on their yellow clothes line up and walk down the road of Sakkaline, do the tak bak ceremony in which they receive gifts of food, flowers, and incense prepared by the locals. This is a beautiful culture feature of the city, however, it has been spoiled by tourists. The walk of monks attracts way too many lens and splash which makes it look more like a walk of those models in the runaway. Tourists should be aware of this fact and not spoil a beautiful tradition of the locals.   Your trip to Luang Prabang will be catered and customized carefully by C-Vietnam – an experienced Indochina travel agency. For more information, visit C-Vietnam’s website or contact directly at info@c-vietnam.com.