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Luang Prabang, the ancient capital of Luang Prabang Province in northern Laos, lies in a valley at the confluence of the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers. Since the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) elected to inscribe the Town of Luang Prabang on the World Heritage List in 1995, The unique fusion of the traditional architectural and urban structures and those of the European colonial styles has fascinated tourists from all over the world and recognized as a world famous tourist destination.


Kuang Si Falls, sometimes spelled Kuang Xi or known as Tat Kuang Si Waterfalls, are the biggest waterfalls in Luang Prabang, which consist of a three leveled waterfall. The falls begin in shallow pools atop a steep hillside. These lead to the main fall with a 60 metres (200 ft) drop. They are located about 29 kilometres (18 mi) south of Luang Prabang city.  


The Tad Sae Waterfalls (or Tat Sae Waterfalls) are waterfalls located along a tributary of the Nam Khan River in Luang Prabang Province, Laos.

They are located about 18 kilometres (11 mi) southeast of Luang Prabang and about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) from the village of Bak En. The falls flow over limestone formations amongst trees. Tad Sae waterfall is not as large as Kuang Si water, but it is worth visiting with lovely falls, refreshing water, tranquil space.


Near Pak Ou (mouth of the Nam Ou river) the Tham Ting (lower cave) and the Tham Theung (upper cave) are caves overlooking the Mekong River, 25 km to the north of Luang Prabang, Laos. They are a group of two caves on the west side of the Mekong river, about two hours upstream from the centre of Luang Prabang, and have become well known by tourists.


Manifa Elephant Camp is a safe retirement home for elephant to live. Located in Ban Xang Hai village., approximately 20 km from Luang Prabang city, covering 110 hectares of jungle beside the Mekong river.

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