Children’s in Cultural Center
The Children’s Cultural Center provides after-school and weekend activities for Lao children and youth to learn about Lao culture and traditions. Through participation in traditional music, drama, storytelling, singing, and a variety of arts and crafts activities, Lao children learn about their roots and develop skills that encourage healthy lifestyles, good stewardship and cultural preservation.
From September to May
Open on Tuesday to Friday 9-11:30am and 2-5pm
and Saturday 8-11:30am and 2-5pm
From June to August
Open on Monday to Friday 9-11:30am and 2-5pm
Located in Pakham village. It takes about 5 minutes walk from the town center, just close to the Wat mai temple.
Baci ceremony, Opening Epock, Epock Show, Hmong Dance, Khamu Dance, Lao Dance and Lao Traditional Boxing
※The program changes depending on the day.
※Usually the performance held around March from September in high season .
※It also will be held if there are more than 10 guest in low season.You can get the ticket at the center
Others in Culture & History
The National Museum is the former Royal Palace. This fascinating tourism site offers visitors the chance to learn about the royal family and find out about the rich history of Luang Prabang.
Enjoy the culture of Laos by witnessing a tradtional dance performance known as Phralak Phralam at the Royal Palace. Performances occur weekly. You will find the schedule outside the performance hall in the Royal Palace grounds.
Heritage Information Center
Located in a charming wooden historic building, the Heritage Information Center, known as Heuanchan offers visitors the chance to learn about traditional ways of life.