Luang Prabang is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995 located in north central of Laos. Visiting to the town, it is a chance to see both natural and historical sites. The town is surrounded by the Mekong River and Nam Khan River.
There are lots of Wat (temple) in Luang Prabang. It may take a few days to visit every Wat in the town. They are also a part of qualifications making Luang Prabang as the World Heritage Site.
Although Luang Prabang is rapidly developing into a sense of tourist place, visiting a Wat is still reflective to local people life.
The French Colonial Architecture is an outstanding style of townscape. Most of those buildings still are good taken care of. Though, they seem to become commercial places rather than residential houses nowadays.