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Mekong Smile Cruise Travel
The best Mekong cruise in Laos
Mekong Smile Cruise run cruises on the Mekong River downstream and upstream: from Huay Xai-Pakbeng to Luang Prabang and back. Our cruise is more comfortable than the public slow boat. The Mekong Cruise takes two days to cruise from Huay Xai to Luang Prabang. The Mekong Smile Cruise is located in the town of Huay Xai, Bokeo Province, Laos. It’s closed to the border of Tailand across the river from the Thai city of ChiangKhong in the region of the golden triangle Chiang Khong in Thailand is just opposite Huay Xai.
Enjoy your vacation in Laos on the Mekong River. You can get a great view on the Mekong cruise with them.
Cruise downstream 2 days/1 night
Follow detail: Huay Xai - Pakbeng - Luang Prabang
Departure time: 9:00 am
Day 1: Huay Xai to Pakbeng:
Mekong Smile Cruise will pick you up by minivan at Thai - Lao border No. 4. The cruise boat leaves at the slow boat pier for a cruise down the Mekong River. The first stop is Paktha this is (check point). At the second stop we will visit the hill tribal villages to learn their culture and relax, then come back to the cruise a buffet lunch will be served onboard. After lunch is your free time to relax and enjoy the Mekong River. The cruise arrives at Pakbeng before sunset for an overnight stay at Mekong Riverside Lodge or similar in Pakbeng.
Day 2: Pakbeng to Luang Prabang
Departure time: 8 am.
Early in the morning you can visit the Pakbeng market (optional). After breakfast we depart at 8 am to journey down the Mekong River. The first stop is at Ban Baw where you will observe the traditional whisky village, weaving village, handicrafts and textiles. A buffet lunch is served onboard. The boat stops again to visit Pak Ou Caves. There are two caves, ‘Tham Ting’ and ‘Tham Phoum.’ The caves contain thousands of Buddha