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Henri Mouhot - French naturalist and traveler. He became famous for being the first from the European world to open Angkor temple complex in Cambodia. He ended his life here in Luang Prabang in 1861, where he died of malaria. His grave is almost in desolation on the far outskirts of the city on the banks of the river. There are no other graves or cemeteries nearby, she is completely isolated here. Nearby on the river bank is a recreation area for locals in the form of a river beach and canopies for recreation.
🕐 Working hours: around the clock, it is better to visit during the day.
💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free.
🚶 How to get there: the grave is located 7 kilometers from the center (grave on the map of Luang Prabang). These places are a little deaf, you can get there only by rented transport or taxi on the Navigator, there are no signs. You need to go along the main road, and at one of the turns near the river there will be a branch of the road sharply down to the river. You need to go to the end until you get to the beach for locals. There you need to leave the transport and walk another 50 meters along the path along the shore to the grave, it will be hidden behind trees.