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Most of Luang Prabang’s attractions can be found in the peninsular section of the city. At dawn, you can experience the famous alms ceremony – local monks collect alms of rice from kneeling villagers along Sakkaline Road near Wat Sensoukharam.

The city has 33 Buddhist temples, all of which are reachable on foot. Vat Xieng Toung dates back to the 16th century, making it the oldest monastery in Luang Prabang. Exploring the UNESCO-listed town on foot is also a good way to observe the way of the Lao people, whose gentle and unassuming nature will very likely leave a lasting impression.

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