[[Image:Muang Ngoi Neua Main Street2.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Muang Ngoi Neua, Luang Prabang Province]]'''Muang Ngoi Neua''' is a small riverside village in [[Northern Laos]] with no permanent electricity
and no road access. In the last few years it has become part of the [[Banana Pancake Trail]] with rapid construction of tourist infrastructure in response to the increasing influx of visitors. Nevertheless, it remains a low-key destination in a stunning location. Interesting treks can also be done to tribal villages in the area.
* Visit surrounding villages, '''Bana''', '''Huay Bo''', and '''Huay Sen'''. To '''Bana''', walk ~30min past '''Tham Kang''' cave. It'll be on the left hand side across the rice fields. To '''Huay Bo''', you'll need to walk another 20min past '''Bana''' by going across the river. (Tip: to Huay Bo, follow the sign to Konsavan Guesthouse that'll lead you across the river). There are guest houses in all 3 villages, costing 5,000kip to 15,000kip for a bungalow.
* '''Niksa's Bungalows''' - Halfway down main road, on the right, Niksa's has riverside bungalows with attached bathroom, and two hammocks for each bungalow. Friendly staff. Seems to be one of the best budget options. 30,000 kip low season (June 2012).
Take the public boat to Nong Kiau (every day 9.30am 25.000 kip) or charter a boat to Muang Khua or Luang Prabang. It is also possible to make a one day trek or kayak back to Nong Kiau.