Home to numerous Buddha statues of various postures and sizes placed mysteriously in niches and on the ground, Pak Ou Caves draw tourists’ attention thanks to their stunning location on the cliffs, their myths and legends. Villa Maly is taking its guests to the site in a more extraordinary manner – a lunch cruise on the Mekong River combined with the excursion.
With the newly launched package, the hotel is going to offer travelers a two-night stay in a Superior room, daily American breakfast in the garden-inspired Le Vetiver restaurant and two-way airport transfer. The highlight of the package would be an adventurous journey on the mighty Mekong where travelers are exposed to unspoiled landscapes and daily life along the rugged shores while sampling Laos’s most decadent dishes aboard the Nava Mekong boat. Finally, the visit to Pak Ou will wrap up the trip on a high note.
Valid from 1st December 2016 to 31st March 2017, the 3-day 2-night package is priced at US$325 for one single and US$370 for double/ twin occupancy. For bookings, contact the hotel’s reservation team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Located in the heart of Luang Prabang, Villa Maly was once a royal residence built in 1930s. In 2008, it was transformed into a four-star boutique hotel with 33 rooms featuring a fusion of French and British colonial décor in design. The hotel was named one of the top 10 hotels in Laos by TripAdvisor’s Travellers in 2016. For further information about the hotel, visit the website www.villa-maly.com.