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Handicraft Hunter Tour in Luang Prabang

November 30, 2012 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: ,

 

A perfect tour to help with your last minute holiday shopping!

Become an expert at picking out authentic handmade Lao handicraft. In this one hour seminar, you will learn about the great diversity of ethnic groups in Laos and the handicrafts they create, as well as the techniques, materials and styles they use. This seminar will provide you with some of the basics you need before you delve into the night market, village stalls, or boutiques.

Afterwards, you’ll visit a few exclusive shops hand-picked for both quality and variety.

If you still have energy, you might also like to visit Ban Xang Khong, where the weaving of prized Lao textiles still takes place on ancient wooden looms. Some villagers are also engaged in mulberry paper production.

For more information and bookings please contact [email protected].

 

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