If you are in Luang Prabang, don't miss to try the vendors who set up food stalls in a small alley on the south end of the night market. Here are the best street foods in Luang Prabang you should try.
Similar to Banh Mi in Vietnam, Khao Jee Sandwich is delicious street food which visitors should try in Laos.
One of the most famous dishes in Luang Prabang is Kaipen. Eating fried Kaipen while drinking a cold Beerlao would be optimal.
As you stroll through the night market, there’s a good chance you’ll end up gobbling down Laos coconut cakes. Made with rice flour and coconut cream, these sweet street treats are ridiculously tasty, addictive and easy to make.
Eating delicious fresh fruits is one of exciting experiences when travelling in Laos. The following is the next fresh fruits that you shouldn’t miss.
Eating delicious fresh fruits is one of the great joys of travelling in Southeast Asia. Here’s some typical fresh fruits that you’ll find in Laos.
Nam khao or naem khao is Lao crispy rice salad, a flavorful dish eaten with your fingers at a family feast or with friends after work over beer.
>>Rice whisky in Laos >>Ping Kai (Grilled Chicken) About Tam Mak Houng Papaya is available in Laos throughout the whole year and is commonly used in a...
Rice whisky (lao-lao) is a popular drink among lowland Lao. The best kinds of rice whisky, are said to come from Phongsali and Don...
Panaeng-Kai-Ping If you’re a fan of Asian foods be sure to try these “Panaeng-Kai-Ping” is fragrant and sumptuous. It’s Grilled chicken panaeng Can do for...
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