Vientiane Hotels, the capital city of Laos, located on the
bank of the Mekong River about 20 kilometers away rom the border at
the Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge. It is the country's center of
culture and commerce, and also serves as the seat of the government.
Wat Sisaket, Wat Haw Pra Kaew, Wat Ongtu, That Luang Stupa and
Patuxai are the major attractions in Vientiane's. Also the beautiful
Buddhist monasteries and important monuments surrounded by striking
scenery should definitely not to be missed.
Hotels (French Paksé) (population 70,000) is a city in
southern Laos, situated at the confluence of the Xedone and Mekong
Rivers. It is the largest city in Champasak province and is the
gateway to the Bolovens Plateau. It was formerly the capital of the
Lao Kingdom of Champasak, which was abolished in 1946 when the
Kingdom of Laos was formed. Since the construction of a bridge over
the Mekong (built with Japanese aid), allowing road traffic with
Ubon Ratchathani in Thailand, Pakxe has become the commercial centre
of southern Laos.
Vieng Hotels - Vang Vieng is a town in the Lao People's
Democratic Republic, located in Vientiane Province. The main street
is littered with guest houses, bars, restaurants, internet cafes and
tour agencies. Almost all the restaurants have large televisions.
One of the main attractions of the town is inner tubing on the
river. Whilst floating downriver there are several places to stop,
mostly small family-owned bars or just simply an enterprising local
with a bucket filled with ice cold bottles of Beerlao, and also
several good spots for jumping into the river from the bank or a
specially-constructed bridge. Careful on the 10 meter high swing -
it's common to perforate your eardrum and do permanent damage to
your hearing if you land the wrong way. During the wet season, the
river can be a series of raging rapids, but during the dry season,
some of it is little more than a trickle.
Phonesavanh Hotels - Xieng Khouang, this region was heavily bombed during the
Indochina War and located to the northeast of Vientiane. The Plain
of Jars where just few distance from Phonsavanh and this place
famous with the huge jars scattered around the countryside. These
jars were carved out of solid hunks of rock from the surrounding
mountains and are estimated to be between 2,500-3,000 years old. The
jars were made by Stone Age men that lived in the area, according to
Savannakhet, has the reputation of the most traditionality
Lao region in the country and the most populated province of Laos.
Kengkok, an area can be found most of the typically beautiful
villages. Savannakhet is also very active as a trade junction
between Thailand and Vietnam. That Ing Hang, That Phone Stupa and
Pagoda Wat Sayaphoum with its well-known Pali school are the major
attractions with all the interesting spots to explore.
Khong Island, located at the southernmost point of Laos
next to the Cambodian border, it is blessed with the magnificent
Khonephapheng Waterfall, the biggest in Southeast Asia. We can
reached this peaceful island by boat or by road. The rare Mekong
River dolphins can also be seen in the dry season between November