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Westerners often confuse alms as simply giving to a monk, whereas in Buddhism, alms or alms giving is the respect given by a lay Buddhist to a monk or nun as a symbolic connection to the spiritual and to show humbleness and respect.
exploring the sublime treasures of Luang Prabang. Rising at dawn to view traditional alms procession of monks passing slowly through town, meeting privately with monks inside their temple to discuss their way of life, share ideas questions about their impressions of your lifestyle, beliefs, and culture and theirs.
Also, exploration of the town, by foot and tuk-tuk, through the downtown and riverfront, pausing to explore major temples dating to the 15th century such as Wat Xieng Thong — a masterpiece of Buddhist architecture, Royal Palace and museum, other French-colonial period buildings, visiting the colorful local market, Phosi, and other sites in town by preference, such as the antique gallery, Boupha, to visit with owner Pathana Boupha whose father was high ranking officer before 1975 before enjoying a taste of local cuisine with your guide.