Saturday, November 8, 2008

Markets in Luang Prabang

See the locations on Luang Prabang Google Map and get the kmz-file for Google Earth

Night Market: Sisavangrong road, the main road, turns every day from 5 pm to 11 pm into a Night Market, selling a large variety of local textiles and ethnic handicrafts. From diamonds to silk, opium pipes, artists














































































































Picture by Edward's Diary






















Picture by Ihavetravellust.blogspot.com




















Picture by Kleinmatt66



Morning fresh Market: On the west side of Royal Palace. Everything from pythons to silkworms, as you can read and see on mmm-yoso!!!




































































Phosy Market: The biggest market of Luang Prabang. You reach it by a ten minutes tuk-tuk ride out of the town. You find household items, clothes (in chinese style) and all kind of food, the products come from Laos, Thailand and China. Open every day from 7 am to 5 pm. Read more in Trippin' Mag.












































































Rice, picture by Hanoi Mark See more pictures by annamatic 3000

Chinese Market: On the street to Vientiane, across from the bus station. Here the merchants speak Chinese.

Darat Market: Uscale shops.


Hmong Market
: On the corner across from the Phousi Hotel and Post Office, the handicraft market with quilted bags, pillow cases and bed spreads made mostly by Hmong. It is open during the day (the vendors then move to the night market after 5pm).

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