Luang Prabang

Luiang Prabang

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The name Muang Sua was the old name of Luang Prabang after his capture in 698 AD by a Tai princ. Khun Lo. He was honoured by his sire, Khun Borom, who is associated with the Laotian myth of the birth of the world, which the Lao people shared with the Shan and other nationalities.

Meanwhile, the Khmer established an office in Xay Fong near Vientiane, and Champa again grew in South Laos and remained on the shores of the Mekong until 1070. Chanthaphanite and his boy had long reign, during which the city became known under the Tai name Xieng Dong Xieng Thong.

Under Jayavarman VII Xieng Dong Xieng Thong lived a short time of the Khmer domination from 1185 to 1191. In 1353 Xieng Dong Xieng Thong became the capitol of the Lan Xang people. The Khmer kings of Angkor gave the Phra Bang to his son-in-law, the first Lang Xang royal Fa Ngum (1353-1373), in 1359 to give Buddhist credentials to the reign of Fa Ngum and thus to the supremacy of Laos, and was used to disseminate Theravada Buddhism in the new realm.

Its name was renamed Luangphabang where it was kept, and it was called after the Buddha-painting. The French tried to reconquer Laos in April and May 1946 by reconquering Vientiane and Luang Prabang with paratroopers and driving Phetsarath and the Lao Issara minister from Laos to Thailand and Vietnam.

The Vietminh and Pathet Lao troops tried to conquer the town on several occasions during the First Indochina War in 1953 and 1954, but were halted before they could be reached by France's troops. 27 ] During the Lao civil war of the 1950', 60' and 70', Luang Prabang had a US intelligence air force base[quote required] that was the site of war.

Luang-Prabang stayed the king's capitol until 1975, when the Pathet Lao Communists took over with the help of Northern Vietnam and disbanded the old kings. Phra Bang Buddha, Lan Xang's eponym for Luang Prabang, Laos. Phra Bang is considered the holiest and most important Buddha picture in Laos.

Prabang Luang has both physical and historic places. In the centre of the city, Phou Si has a wide view of the city and the riverbank system and is a favourite place to observe the sunset over the Mekong. There is a local overnight fair at the end of Luang Prabang's high road, where you can buy your shirt, bracelet and other memorabilia.

Haw Kham Royal Palace Museum and Wat Xieng Thong Tempel are among the most famous historic places. This city, especially the highway, is littered with many smaller falls like Wat Hosian Voravihane. 28 ][29] Mountaineering is widespread, often driving through the city or to the falls.

On the Mekong River, a 15-minute cruise from the town center, Ban Chan (the potter village[30]) is an interesting place. Luang Prabang was awarded "Best City" at the Wanderlust Travel Awards 2015. The Luang Prabang International Airport offers non-stop services to neighbouring states. Luang Prabang is connected to Vang Vieng and Vientiane via Route 13 and to Muang Xay via Route 1.

The Route 13 also links the metropolis with Cambodia. From Huay Xai, opposite Thailand, down stream to Luang Prabang lasts two nights in a low speed ferry, usually with a stopover in Pakbeng. From Vietnam you can drive from Hanoi to Luang Prabang or Vang Vieng.

Luang Prabang has a tropic, humid and arid environment (Aw) according to the Köppen-Klassification. Whilst the town is very hot all year round, it is significantly colder in December and January. The rainy and arid periods of Luang Prabang also include the rainy period from April to October and the arid period during the other five heats.

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