Residence Sinouk

Ban Lakmuang, Pakse, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pakse

Pakse and the Bolaven Plateau

A travel blog entry by natandross

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... on the bus full, we weren't expecting to stop every 10minutes to pick up some more locals from the side of the road - the only place for them to sit was in the aisle, but this didn't seem to bother the driver as he kept on piling them in until the bus was literally at double capacity. Not surprising therefore that after six hours we experienced our second tyre blow out of the trip. There was no choice but for the driver to change the tyre on the side of the road, meaning an hour stop ...

Move up the sleeper bus Gus

A travel blog entry by nathanandclare

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... and whatnow?' style, they had dug up the sewers, chucked that mud in the actual road and made a right old mess. People in Asia chuck water on the roads to stop dust flying up, they had kept up with this tradition and in turn had made a sort of road mud soup. Good luck riding your scooter through that- you are very likely to come out the other side with an involuntary spray tan! Thought of the day- here are some more examples of when I need to try and contain my inside ...

Motorbike riding, the loop, coffee and waterfalls!

A travel blog entry by serendipity_

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... A couple of girls (living in Edinburgh) and another couple from Poland, who had lived in Ireland before. Sadly, seems like Polish salary still makes it difficult to afford travelling so far or for so long. After quite a long chat we jumped on our bikes and headed towards south. Next stop: village Paksong.

I must admit I started to like motor-biking and felt much more confident. Who knows, maybe when I get back to London, depending on where I need to commute I’ll ...

Mini road trip and more of Angkor

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri

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What makes Pakse a good place to stop is not the city itself but its surroundings: Bolaven plateau, Angkor temples, homestay opportunity.
We chose to rent a motorbike for a couple of days and do a loop around the Bolaven Plateau, which is dotted with coffee plantations and waterfalls. The temperature significantly dropped as the day went by, which means by 4pm we were absolutely freezing on the bike. We ...

Internet information on temples at Ankor Wat

A travel blog entry by mtsc.hayes.14

... temple-mountain crowned by five towers, like a miniature Angkor Wat. Originally built by Rajendravarman II in the 10th century, many structures are in poor shape, but the temple is best known for its massive (restored) elephant statues. Pre Rup. A temple-mountain close to and quite similar in style to East Mebon, and built a decade later. A favorite spot for viewing the sun set into the jungles and rice paddies of the Cambodian countryside. Little Circuit Day 2 ...

Location

This hotel, located on Ban Lakmuang, Pakse, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Pakse, Lao Peoples Dem Rep