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Luang Prabang Library, Luang Prabang
(4.1/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
Luang Prabang Library helps children in rural villages receive education through donated books. The library staff places books in quilted bags and then hangs them on trees near remote settlements lacking schools and other cultural institutions. If you donate to this unconventional library, you will get the chance to visit one of the villages and see excitement of children as they receive the books. Use our Luang Prabang tourist route planner to add Luang Prabang Library and other attractions to your Luang Prabang vacation plans.
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  • Most Laotian children do not have access to books especially those outside the main towns. Having simple things like books, writing utensils, stationary is really a luxury for most of these outlying a...  more »
  • amazing but this place was part of our tour, I think that wasting time because nothing interesting either in the library itself nor in the architectural structure of the no, sorry your time
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  • A visit to this library was a fun and learning experience for all. It has both local and other language books. It also has kids toys. It operates the Lao Children's Library Boats, the only two in Laos...  more »
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  • If you want to go in and volunteer some time, there is usually a mixture of novice monks and lay people of all ages willing to learn as much of anything as possible!