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This place was so hip and trendy it almsot seemed out of place! It's a sweet spot with trees decorated with massive lights (watch ypur head if sitting outside, they pack a wollop!), a funky interior but sadly igher than average pirces meaning $1.20 US for a big bottle of Beerlao instead of your typical 70-80 cents! It's popular among backpackers and plays really chill music, it's also open the latest out of anywhere in town (most places shut down at 11, they kick your ass out at 1am).
Dress Code: Non-existent but try showering before you come.
Written May 20, 2004
Almost everything closes at 11pm in Luang Prabang. The HIve is one of the few exceptions and generally open to 1am, sometimes even 2am. The place is pretty nice: it's just small enough to be cozy without being crowded. The people who run it really make an effort to make it a nice place to be at: The frequently have live music or special events - it's a good place.
Most travellers who stay in Luang Prabang seem to get here eventually, so that it's also a good spot to share some information with your fellow travellers or simply find a like-minded body for the rest of the night.
Dress Code: Typical traveller-outfit. A "Beer Lao" T-Shirt will make you blend in just nicely.
Written Feb 16, 2004
Address: Next to "L'Etranger Books and Tea"
I am not nightlife person and if I went out just for hang out with my friends for big bar people too crowded for me !. One of my friend wanted to see nightlife in Luang Prabang, just wondering how prople live in so quiet and such a small town like this! We heard that they were still have " Rom wong Dancing" ( some kind of traditional dancing)There 's only two place for dancing. one is " Duong Jom Pa" mostly are teenager....all Loas dancing the same step crowded on the floor...so cute!! . The another is for elder life style " Muang X oua" I do like this one, more traditional style have " Rom Wong dancing" women wear "Pra Xin" ( like skirt but more traditional )
Dress Code: Wear whatever you want to..but sometimes wear traditional dress with Rom Wong Dancing more beautiful !!!
Written Dec 14, 2003
Theorethically this should fall into the tourist trap cathegory, since it's your average tourist show of traditional dances. However it's so simply (and frankly, quite badly) done that one can consider it as a sort of charity, or a help to the economy. It runs a few nights a week, late in the afternoon (6pm to 8 pm if I remember correctly), and it's about the only nightlife one can get in Luang Prabang. I think the price was 10000 kips
Dress Code: as u like.
Written Nov 9, 2002
Address: royal palace
well, I do not look for nightlife usually and nightlife is not definetely a laos thing unless you're a rooster... in that case you'll probably be caught in the rooster karaoke going on all night long... that's why chicken is one of the main dishes down there
Dress Code: a pijamas will do
Written Sep 5, 2002
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