A visible trace, evidence, or sign of something that once existed but exists or appears no more: a building that is the area’s last vestige of its colonial era. A rudimentary or degenerate, usually non functioning, structure that is the remnant of an organ or part that was fully developed or functioning in a preceding generation or an earlier stage of development.
Explore a traditional Lao House built in the 1900. Learn more about local architecture, daily activities, ceremonies, traditional costume, and important festivals
We are not giving you only the cooking class, but you will explore Luang Prabang traditional way of life and Lao food culture in our heritage house. Our cooking class is kind of unique and classic ...
When you visit Luang Prabang, you cannot miss giving alms one morning. Do you want to learn how to prepare some traditional offerings? If yes, learn how to make some Luang Prabang sweets tradition ...
Immerse yourself in the Lao cuisine of Luang Prabang. Discover the complexities of Luang Prabang’s traditional food and the role food plays in the Luang Prabang Way of Life. Some recipes taught in ...
We enjoyed the tour of the traditional Lao house. Lee was very welcoming and provided us with a pot of bael tea to start. The grounds are beautiful; cooler due to the abundant foliage, aesthetically lovely. We struggled through the weaving but the gem of the experience was the older gentleman who taught us to weave. Thong Meu (sp) was an excellent cooking teacher as was Air (sp) who was her translator and our guide there. We loved the 5 course menu and made both meat and vegetarian selections. A joy to share our meal with staff.
We signed our family of 5 up for this cooking class and it well exceeded our expectations. The instructors did a great job getting our kids involved and they taught us a lot about Lao food and culture. And the food was delicious. We cannot wait for them to send us the recipes. We will be sharing this class with our friends.
We greatly enjoyed our afternoon at Heuan Chan Heritage House. It was nice to learn a bit about Lao culture and have an opportunity to try the bamboo weaving prior the cooking class. Our guide, Mr. Kan, was very welcoming and the two cooks who helped with the food preparation were kind and patient. We are excited to bring what we learned back to our friends in the US! Overall, we would highly recommend this experience.
The class was good, but at first we do a lot of other things, which was interesting, but I wasn't expecting, that it would be that much. I would like to do more cooking. Nice people and location.
Very well prepared. Awesome location. Dishes very diverse and interesting to cook and delicious to eat. Last but not least, the staff were really nice. Highly recommendable
Everything about the class was great! From the venue (in the garden kitchen of a beautiful house), to the teacher who was charming and very patient, to the variety and number of dishes prepared our experience was excellent. We would greatly recommend this class to anyone looking to find out more about the elaborate Lao kitchen!