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Luang Say Cruise - Profile

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The Luang Say Cruise is a journey through remote mountainous stretches of the Mekong River between the northern Thai border at Houei Say and the old royal city of Luang Prabang, Laos – in a style fit for a king. Gliding effortlessly across currents and along pristine forests, the Luang Say boat is a 34 meter luxury river barge, a stylish replica of the journey craft famous to these waters. Long scenic stretches of breezy, sun soaked river cruising are punctuated by visits to river-side hilltribe villages and the magical Tham Thing Caves of a Thousand Buddhas.

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Established in the 14th Century, Luang Prabang sits majestically on the banks of the Mekong River. This charming and much admired city was declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1995 and is considered one of Asia’s best preserved ancient capitals. To wander its quiet, timeless lanes is to enter a living museum of life, architecture and serenity.

In between the two days on the river, the Luang Say Lodge at Pakbeng, Laos, offers a charming and serene riverside stay, a perfect romantic interlude in this unspoiled wilderness setting. The Luang Say Cruise is owned and operated by Mekong Cruises.

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The Luang Say Cruise is a journey through remote mountainous stretches of the Mekong River between the northern Thai border at Houei Say and the old royal city of Luang Prabang, Laos – in a style fit for a king. Gliding effortlessly across currents and along pristine forests, the Luang Say boat is a 34 meter luxury river barge, a stylish replica of the journey craft famous to these waters. Long scenic stretches of breezy, sun soaked river cruising are punctuated by visits to river-side hilltribe villages and the magical Tham Thing Caves of a Thousand Buddhas.

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