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    Luang Prabang Residence welcomes you to Luang Prabang, the historical, religious and cultural core of the country since the 14th Century. This ancient city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995, is permeated with legends, mythical kings and miraculous events. Its unique setting and tranquil environment attracts visitors from around the world who come to relax and enjoy true Lao culture.

    Luang Prabang Residence was built on a part of royal land property, owned by prince Sisouphanh, who was the younger brother of King Khamsouk or Sakarine (1889-1904). Prince Sisouphanh lived at the royal home (over 150 years old), next to Luang Prabang Residence. Today, it is a national heritage house.

    Prince Sisouphanh, the younger brother of King Sakarine in 1889
    Prince Sisouphanh had passed all home & land property to his son, Chiao Khamtan who was appointed as the mayor of Luang Prabang in November 15th 1941 and he married the Princess Khamphong, the younger sister of King Sisavangvong.

    Therefore, Luang Prabang Residence was designed to retain the look and feel of a traditional heritage home, yet with the latest in modern amenities. Relax and imagine yourself in a royal lodge, with its exquisite attention to architectural and structural details. This is a unique opportunity to experience true Lao lifestyle. With its charming view of the sacred Phousi Hill and surrounded by Buddhist temples and the former royal palace, and with a well-trained staff intuitive to the needs of its guests, the villa offers you a taste of authentic Lao hospitality that will make your stay a high point of your travels.

    Chiao Khamtan, the mayor of Luang Prabang in 1941

    Luang Prabang Residence is located in a quiet setting in the heart of the ancient capital, yet only 15 minutes by car from the Luang Prabang airport and a few minutes drive to the boat pier on the Mekong. It is just steps away from the best restaurants and boutiques in town as well as the historical sites for which this town is famous.