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With no trading port to the outside world and until recently with a relatively small emigrant population, landlocked Laos’ gastronomy has not experienced the same degree of global popularity as its neighbours Thailand and Vietnam.
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Le Cafe Ban Vat Sene is located on the main road heading towards the end of the peninsula and is worth seeking out. It’s a beautifully atmospheric cafe, especially popular at breakfast time, and serves magnificent fresh bread, baked goods and tasty traditional breakfast options such as fruit salad. The menu later in the day turns to Laos/Western food but is equally as delicious as the breakfast menu. Although the decor feels dated, this is a top spot for breakfast with free WiFi where you’ll feel like you’re tucked in a back alley of Paris.
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Popular with Lao and international tourists alike, Tamnak Lao Restaurant specializes in traditional unique Luang Prabang Lao cuisine. A taste sensation all on its own, Lao food combines texture with flavor, and many of the dishes served at Tamnak Lao Restaurant are prepared with bark, wood and vegetables collected from the local jungle.
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At The Living Land Organic Farm, a community enterprise five kilometers from Luang Prabang town, travelers can learn how to grow rice and try their hand at every one of the 14 laborious steps to go from a single grain to the dinner table (including step #3, a romp through the muck with Susan to prepare the paddy). By the end of the half-day Rice Experience program, you’ll be dirty, sweaty and have a profound appreciation for the work that goes into producing rice.
Read more : http://luangprabangbackpackershostel.com/en/acitivities/the-living-land-organic-farm.html
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We depart from Luang Prabang and cycle northeast for around one hour until arriving at Wat Phonphao temple where we stop for a while before continuing on wards to Ban Pha Nom village which is famous for it’s silk weaving. After taking some time to look around the village we head onwards  to the Elephant Camp where we enjoy a one hour elephant ride through the forest. After enjoying our time with the elephants we carry on cycling to the banks of Nam Khan River which we follow until arriving in Ban Ean village where we stop for lunch.
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