Option for early morning: Wake up early and participate in the daily morning alms giving ritual to saffron clad monks on street. Laos is the only Buddhist nation still preserving this tradition. Visit fresh local markets and back to hotel for breakfast.
This morning, depart by tuk-tuk to visit Wat Visoun, the site of impressive Thad Makmo stupa. The rounded dome is stylistically more Sinhalese than Lao.
Continue to visit Wat Aham and Wat Sene Temple. Then, visit to the most photographed temple, WAT XIENGTHONG. Located at the end of peninsular closed to the confluence of Mekong and Khan River.
Lunch at local restaurant.
This afternoon, continue to former Royal Palace, now the National Museum. Your visiting day ends by Wat Mai, a temple renowned for its golden bas-relief. During Pimai, the Lao New Year, the Prabang normally housed in the Royal Palace Museum is brought and put on public display in this temple.
Dinner on your own. Overnight in hotel
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch