The first stop of the day will be at Wat Visoun (Wat Wisunalat), the oldest living temple in Luang Prabang, dating back to 1513. The temple preserves a collection of antique wooden Buddhas. Visit the nearby Wat Aham and then continue to Wat Xieng Thong, the crowning jewel of all the monasteries and temples in the city. Its many ornate buildings feature exquisite mosaic and gold-stenciled murals. Then, stroll down the main street of Luang Prabang and stop at some of the temples that line its sides. Also, visit Wat Sibounheuang, Wat Si Moungkhoun, Wat Sop, and Wat Sene.
Continue to the former Royal Palace, now a National Museum, a modest but graceful building which combines traditional Lao and French beaux-arts motifs. This turn-of-the-century royal residence has been preserved as it was when the royal family last lived here, and it offers unique insights into the history of Laos. Then, visit Hor Phrabang. In the right front corner room of the Palace, which opens to the outside, is a collection of the palace's most prized art, including the Phrabang, cast of a gold, silver, and bronze alloy. This Buddha stands at 83 cm tall and weighs around 50 kg.
Afterward, visit Wat Mai- the largest and the most richly decorated of the temples in Luang Prabang.
Now, we climb 328 steps of Mount Phousi and enjoy the beautiful sunset view from the top. The hill is 150 m high and sits in the middle of the town, offering stunning views over the temples and river.
Overnight at the hotel.