Alisa Guesthouse

Address: 13 Rd, Pakse, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13 Rd, Pakse, is near Phou Asa Mountain.
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Travel Blogs from Pakse

Mr Koffie

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on May 13, 2014

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We had been told by our hotel that the journey would be about 15 hours. Having been in Laos for almost a month now, we assumed with landslides, torrential rain, blistering heat, unsealed roads and poverty it would be closer to 20 and settled ourselves down for the long ride.

We bounced through stunning countryside, with mountains, rice …

Last bits of Laos with a homestay

A travel blog entry by amzah on Apr 24, 2014

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And so I've spent the last days of my Laos visit around Pakse. Stayed at the Alisa Guesthouse again and the city looks much better now after the holidays. I still two things on my mind. A homestay on Don Daeng island and visiting What Phu in Champassak. The site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001 and because it's a Khmer temple, you can see …

Pakse and the Bolaven Plateau

A travel blog entry by natandross on Feb 18, 2014

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Leaving Thakek coincided with our eight-year anniversary and what better way to celebrate it than a journey to Pakse - unfortunately we had not thought about dates when planning Southern Laos.

The only way to get to Pakse from Thakhek was by local bus; bearing in mind we'd had some pretty eventful journeys so far through Laos by 'VIP' …

Pakse, Laos

A travel blog entry by shayles on May 15, 2014

2 comments, 13 photos

Yay, arrived into town almost on time today; unheard of in these countries... we were on a bus for tourists from the islands to Pakse and there were still people who had to sit on the floor in the aisle as tickets had been oversold. you honestly never know what you are going to get one trip to another.... Today there was a guy on the bus who had a couple of beers (about 640mls each here) with him and was sharing the bottle around the bus for people to ...

Pakse and Si Phan Don

A travel blog entry by dan51284 on Mar 04, 2014

The first real sleeper bus of my trip, there were no reclinable seats or adjustable beds, these were thin mattresses in separate compartments. I arrived at Pakse at 0700 and immediately set to the task of arranging a day trip the Bolaven Plateau. The tour included stops at waterfalls, textile markets, tea and coffee plantations, viewpoints and most ...