Villa Senesouk

Sakkarine Rd (opp Wat Sene temple), Luang Prabang, Laos
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just another hole in the wall

by olivegroves

can I use my australian master card debit card to draw funds in local currency from the wall machines like I do in Thailand - in Luang Prabang?

Re: just another hole in the wall

by picek

yes, if there's MC sign it should work but I doubt it's worth because it's too high commision by the bank - usually.

Re: just another hole in the wall

by cafank

I used my Visa debit card with no problems - the only problem was finding a machine - were only a couple when I was there.

Re: just another hole in the wall

by seagypsy

Sorry, I don't use MC (although I have one but I prefer to use only one major VISA) but I had no problems using my USA banks ATM in Luang Prabang to withdraw funds. Also VISA is linked to both BCEL Bank and Lao Development Banks' ATMs.
However, you do incur a 20,000 kip (approx. U$2.50 local bank service fee) and this does not include your own bank/VISA's fee unless you have one of those high-end accounts which provides complimentary use of international ATMs (they reverse the charge or reimburse you for all fees --BUT double check your bank's ATM or Visa card's fees).
Also, subject to your account, you might also incur a foreign exchange fee.
DO NOT draw cash or get a cash advance using your VISA card because it's usually at a hefty interest rate.
BTW, BCEL now operates 5 ATMs in Luang Prabang and one of them is right next to the exit door of LP's airport terminal so you don't need to exchange at a bank unless you want/need to upon arrival.
Hope this helps!

Travel Tips for Luang Prabang


by seagypsy

My vote would also be for Luang Prabang. It's the seat of the former royal capital of Lan Xang. And if you're visiting in the next several months, it's not at hot nor humid as Vientiane. Lp's got a lot more to 'see/do' than Vientiane, too. Besides the 35 temples/vats, there's great colonial architecture, two rivers--the Nam Khan which is also much nicer than the Mekong (kayaking, tubing, rafting, etc), elephant riding, waterfall, etc. But if you've only got 3 days, then it's best to fly in and out since it's up in the mountains which means it takes a full day by land to get to. Also, LP offers better accomodations for the moeny than Vientiane.

This is a public service announcement by the Luang Prabang Tourism office--;~)

Read the English interpretation!

by thedouglas

We saw some funny spelling errors in Laos -

arran ements - for arrangements

restaurations - restorations - going on everywhere!

par king - parking - husband looking everywhere for the king thingy!

litter - litre - interesting quantity!

commounicatoin - communication - a bit of a contradiction! Husband pausing and looking looking looking - and then realising that there was no par king in the grounds of the Royal Palace!

Sakkarine Road

by SirRichard

This centrally located street was my favourite in LP. It is in the old part of town, where the former Royal Palace was and most of the best temples are here too. It has a lot of shops but it is a quiet peaceful street too. Here were my Resort (Villa Santi), my massage place (Lotus) and most of the restaurants... what else could I ask for? LOL


by euzkadi

Monks are maybe the most known image of Luang Prabang. Laotians practice the Theravada Buddhism, they are very devout and almost every Lao man is expected to spend at least a short period of their lives living as a monks (specially before marriage), but some of them continues as a monk for all their life.

Kayaking the Mekong and its tributaries

by Rodan44

When in Luang Prabang, I highly recommend doing some kayaking on the Mekong and its tributaries. We started by hiking thru some rural villages to a point on the Ou river north of the city. From there, we kayaked down the Ou until it met the Mekong, and from there down to the village of Ban Xiang Hai. It was the dry season, so the river was quite low and calm, although there were many rocks to navigate around. The landscapes around the river are scenic and tranquil. The only things we brought were a camera, drinking water, and sunscreen. The agent that we arranged the tour with provided everything else, including waterproof bags to put our stuff in.


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Address: Sakkarine Rd (opp Wat Sene temple), Luang Prabang, Laos