If you're looking to add sparkle to your year-end celebrations in Laos, why not join us here in Luang Prabang?
November 29, 2012 (Newswire.com) - If you're looking to add sparkle to your year-end celebrations in Laos, why not join us here in Luang Prabang? Villa Maly and its Le Vetiver Restaurant are steering toward Christmas and New Year evenings with renowned Xieng Meng Village dance performances, music performed by Kamu children and Thai lantern launching. The hotel's experienced Executive Chef is showcasing a gastronomical extravaganza that highlights Laotian cuisine combined with Western flavours.
The Christmas menu is priced at US$39++ and New Year's at US$49++ per person. The menu is as follows:
Fresh Spring Rolls, Imported Salmon Salad
Traditional Spicy Eggplants with Sun-dried Buffalo
Slightly seared duck with fresh garden green and potato
Served with Sticky Rice
Catch of the Day
Simmered in yellow curry and served with jasmine rice
Imported cheese selection
Delicious crepes served with ice cream
Creamy chocolate cake
Tropical fresh fruit platter
Coffee and Tea
For more inquiries and reservation, contact Soulida Sibounthanh (Nong) at (+856) 20 5928 5555 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website: www.villa-maly.com
About Villa Maly
Renovated and reopened in 2008, Villa Maly is a 33-room boutique property, anchored by the 1938-built residence of Princess Khampieng and Prince Khamtan, a grandson of the 19th century's King Zakarine. The residence is located in a neighborhood of garden homes that was once a royal enclave and today ranks as one of Luang Prabang's most exclusive development zones.
Villa Maly is owned and operated by The Apple Tree Group, a French-owned, Ho Chi Minh City-based company with interests in tourism and hospitality, real estate and construction and import and distribution all over Southeast Asia. Its hospitality properties also include La Residence Hotel & Spa in Hue and the Press Club in Hanoi,the Emeraude Classic Cruises in Ha Long Bay as well as the Kamu Lodge on the Mekong River near Luang Prabang.