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Welcome to Sita-Norasingh Inn

In an area close to the Nam Khane River and the Dara Market, we welcome you to our well-equipped inn, situated at the foot of the Phousy Hill at Aham village in the centre of the former Lao royal capital ‚Äď Luang Prabang.

Listed as a town of the UNESCO world heritage site since 1995, Luang Prabang has been crowned as a regional jewel of tourism where local people still lead their traditional way of life. As a world heritage site, houses and monasteries of local architectural style and design are well protected.

With an understanding that accommodation plays an important part in making travel memorable, we have designed, created and managed our inn with love so that our guests can enjoy a comfortable stay in local ambiance.

We have five furnished rooms for short-term visitors or those on longer business trips. The inn offers our guests spacious rooms, all furnished in an elegant mix of traditional Luang Prabang and contemporary design. Each room has a cable TV, air-conditioner and fan, refrigerator, wardrobe, desk and chair, armchairs, and en suite bathroom. All rooms are non-smoking.

Being local residents and fond of travelling, we are well placed to understand and help fulfill the needs and plans of our guests, and we will be happy to assist you to make your stay and trip in Luang Prabang a memorable one.

With a collection of paintings and other art pieces of Luang Prabang genre and contemporary sort from years of collection, we decide that it is time to take them out of the shelf to decorate the rooms so that our guests may also enjoy them. Our dream is to have a house that serves as a place to share and promote the understanding of the heritage of local culture and customs, and where our guests can feel at home.