Loved the night market. No one hassles you to buy. Lots of lovely clothes, trinkets and souvenirs. My personal hunt was for scarves so I was well catered for. Lots of fresh juice drinks to have as well.
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This market sells some really beautiful local crafts. It is different from other markets I've visited in SEA as it was a lot quieter and therefore more relaxing. Also you didn't feel like you were being hounded by sellers.
Can find some nice traditional clothing and handicraft works. It's also situated in the place where you can go up the mountain for the mountain top experience at night ( for this, need to bring along torch light as it's difficult to walk down the...More
We visited the night market every evening during our stay as it's located down the middle of the main street where all the bars and restaurants are. In my opinion it's one of the nicest markets I've seen in SE Asia in terms of the...More
Having been to 4 different areas of Laos, this is by far the best of the night market. Yes they do try and start the prices high but it is easy to get a reasonable price. Do not miss the street food down a side...More
Passed through this market a couple of nights with my wife. We weren't doing any shopping (apart from 2 pairs of shorts that cost us 54,000kip) but the atmosphere was great, the place is bustling with activity and full of colour with vendors selling clothes,...More
Fantastic market. Food is great, don't be scared of market food as this is not worth missing. The market stall holders are friendly and not pushy like some other Asian countries . Felt very safe to visit. Seems to have original stuff not just factory...More
An interesting place to see in Luang Prabang. It is fun to browse the stalls. It starts at 5 pm and you can get a good bargain if you shop when they are just starting or setting their stalls. The vendors are very laid back....More
Many many stalls selling similar items. But one that caught my eye were some stalls selling aluminium items, that according to a card, was made from bombs dropped during the war. It seems like almost a family affair - very often family members tend a...More