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Published on May 20, 2011
Every evening in Luang Prabang, Sisavangvong Street is closed down to traffic and becomes a pedestrian mall where visitors can buy local handicrafts ranging from purses to sequined wall hangings to traditional Lao scarves. But the very best part of the market are the street food vendors tucked into a narrow alley at the end of the market. Tables covered with hundreds of silver bowls containing Lao delicacies stretch for blocks and women do their best to rope customers in with promises of "all you can eat buffets." It's easy to eat here for less than three dollars, and everything I ever tried was delicious. To learn more about my world travels, visit my blog, https://holeinthedonut.com