Luang Prabang Travel Guide – STREET FOOD Grilled Goat and SPECTACULAR Kuang Si Waterfalls, Laos!

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This was our final day in Luang Prabang, and it was another excellent day. One of the best things to do in Luang Prabang is visit Kuang Si Waterfalls, a gorgeous jungle falls that cascades with sparkling turquoise water.

Before went to the waterfalls we first stopped for breakfast to eat Laos sandwiches, called khao gee.
Total price – 55,000 LAK ($6.61)

Kuang Si Waterfall – It’s a must visit when you’re in Luang Prabang, but our plan was to go as early as possible and beat the main crowd. And it worked. We had breakfast and continued on to the falls – it takes about 45 minutes or so to drive there. Kuang Si Waterfalls are absolutely spectacular, but they can get extremely busy in the afternoon.
Price – 20,000 LAK ($2.40) per person

Lunch at Laos goat restaurant – For lunch we wanted to try something a little different, and we asked out driver to take us to a goat restaurant. Goat is typically eaten in the evening in Laos, but this place happened to be open for lunch. We ordered some grilled goat and the highlight for both Joel and I was their goat bile soup – yes it looked and tasted a little like grass, but it was amazing.
Total price – 290,000 LAK ($34.87)

It was another fantastic day in Laos, enjoying the beauty of Luang Prabang.

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