Luang Prabang Backpackers Hostels

Luang Prabang hostel

Oh My Buddha! 5 dollars a night is it really possible?

The answer is yes, located in the center of Luang Prabang in the hometown of the grandparents of the owner smiling Mr. shampoo. This guesthouse offers an unforgettable experience at price defying any competition. This ancestral property filled of history and memory adopts us generously in his daily family atmosphere. His very friendly staff is always available to inform us and make our stay in Luang Prabang and the rest of Southeast Asia most enjoyable. Here, I was really part of the family, share meals, culture and history with wonderful people.

This ex-guide for backpackers and adventure tourists offer all his experience and good English knowledge to our service. The hostel got an ideal location within 10 minutes of walk from the main city attractions like the museum, the many temples, the colorful night market and the Phousi mountain.

This comfortable and quiet place can satisfy most travelers without too many compromises. Do not expect marble floors and Olympic pool, but it many free services and the availability of staff rarely disappoint.

Offer available: 5 rooms with a total of 24 beds, free tours, free pick-up service from the airport or bus station, wireless internet, tour booking and transportation service, Community Family Dinner , Lao traditional cooking classes, bicycle rental and many other services

Even travelers who prefer staying in other places have certainly to visit Mr. shampoo and its residents to take information, take a beer or attend the special event organized regularly.

Reservations can be made from hostel world visit the website http://www.luangprabanghostel.com/ for more information.

bobby Dennie

GetLostinAsia est édité par Bobby Dennie un canadien amoureux de l'Asie basé à Singapour qui couvre le terrain depuis 2007. visitez la page a propos GetLostinAsia is edited by Bobby Dennie a Canadian based in Singapore. I am a South East Asia travelling Junkie.I am writing and discovering asia since 2007.

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