Phoomchai Guesthouse

Viengkeo Village, Vang Vieng, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vang Vieng

Adventures outdoors

A travel blog entry by liamandsam


Liam: The short bus trip from Vientiane passed through some beautiful scenery; imagine children playing on the road outside tiny houses built on stilts next to turbid brown rivers with a backdrop of lush green mountainsides. Even though the roads were windy, the trip passed quickly and we soon arrived in Vang Vieng ready for the usual hotel shuffle …

Tubing, caving and boozing

A travel blog entry by ballmd


... friends from Switzerland and arranged to meet the following day. We hired some scooters and spent the day trekking and caving which was very good fun before we ended up at the blue lagoon for a quick swim and jump off the high board (a big tree)! On our third day we went tubing again with one of the Swiss friends and this time it was even better as it was a bit quieter, so you got to know a lot more people also one of the staff put it the volleyball was ****! On ...


A travel blog entry by tom-rw

... are still four up and running though, which seemed to be plenty. Despite the fact that it can be really dangerous if you drink to much, (made easy by the free shot at every bar), it seemed like such a good idea! It was really chilled and we met so many people.
The next day we intended to go to Chang Mai but unfortunately had to go down to Vientiane to get a visa for burma. ...


A travel blog entry by andynemz


Andy managed to sleep for around 12 hours solidly and was feeling moderately refreshed on waking. Emily was less excited by the prospect of having to get up. We went down for breakfast in the hotel and following a change of rooms we discussed our plans. After a long discussion we decided to do what we had always planned on doing on our first full day in Vang Vieng – in fact the only reason we actually came to this town in the ...

Spring Breeeeaaaak

A travel blog entry by hoponholiday


... to have any cultural or historical significance. The city is littered with signs requesting, nay, pleading with the tourists to be just a little culturally sensitive. Don't walk around half-naked, don't flaunt your illegal narcotics, and refrain from shouting profanities after midnight (the big three) - all being blatantly ignored 24-7. I've seen so many people completely off their faces, walking into stores shoeless, openly publicly drinking and wearing ...

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This hotel, located on Viengkeo Village, Vang Vieng, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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