Every morning in Luang Prabang hundreds of monks from monasteries & Temples throughout the city will collect alms.
Monks walking the streets collecting alms from the local people and visitors
Most of the locals in Loas will cook outside using wood to cook their meals, as wood is plentyful and cheap source of heating fuel.
The Renovated old French building have been made in to Bed & Breakfast places in the city centre ofLuang Prabang.
There is a early morning market in the centre of Luang Prabang
Le Palais Julians hotel chalet on the water.
Relaxation beside the pool at the Le Palais Juliana Hotel
Local weaver, weaving cloth for the local market.
Beats Starbucks for price of a good cup of freshly made coffee.
Pak Ou Caves
There are two caves, Tham Ting (lower cave) and Tham Theung (upper cave). They both overlook the Mekong River.
The caves are full of miniature Buddha sculptures and have good views over the Mekong River.
If any rice that has been collected by the monks is left over. It is dried into rice cakes.
Traditional Laos Dress
This couple of newly weds are in traditional Laos dress. The womens costume is called a "Sinh" and mens is called "Salong".