Royal Heritage & Film Culture in Luang Prabang

7-11 December 2013

The 4th annual Luang Prabang Film Festival (LPFF) will present 30+ films from Southeast Asia to a diverse audience over five days in December. (7-11 Dec 2013)

This just might be the most unusual and memorable film fest you travel afar for.  The former royal capital of Laos has no working cinemas, so the main venue will be the Handicraft Market,with other screenings at non-traditional indoor and outdoor venues.

Destination Luang Prabang

Before or after the festival, travelers should explore the province. According to UNESCO which tapped Luang Prabang to be a World Heritage Site, the ancient townscape is an outstanding example of the fusion of traditional architecture and Lao urban structures with those built by the European colonial authorities in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Luang Prabang Province lies in the heart of the mountainous region of northern Laos.
According to legend. the Buddha smiled when he rested here for a day during his travels, prophesying that it would one day be the site of a rich and powerful capital city.

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