Phonsavan Hotel

No 13 Rd, Pakse, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Pakse

Hi ho, hi ho, it's up the Mekong I go.

A travel blog entry by finbarrorourke


My last days in Cambodia were spent following the mighty Mekong river from Kampong Cham up to the Laos border and on to Pakse. I reached Kampong Cham from Preah Vihear and right away met another biker called Artur, who is the first Armenian I've met traveling, and …

Too many places, too few words

A travel blog entry by poon


But I'll let the pics do the talking.

All of the places in Lao we were at before Pakse (pronounced "pak-say") don't even register on the map on this blog site.

Major highlights:

Bone jarring tuk tuk ride through Lao countryside from a remote village that lasted 3.5 hours instead 1 hr. Apparently made the longest travel …

Pakse and the Bolaven Plateau

A travel blog entry by natandross


... br> Day 1

Our aim was to visit several waterfalls per day, as there were five in total within the loop that we'd planned. The most famous of all of them, Tad Lo, would also be where we spent the first evening. After navigating our way out of Pakse, we hit the open road and made it to our first stop off - Phaxuam Cliff, a u-shaped waterfall site that has been heavily developed as a tour group stop off with restaurant and 'ethnic villages' having been built within the grounds. ...

Move up the sleeper bus Gus

A travel blog entry by nathanandclare


... if by magic, there is a tuk tuk there, and he is able to take you for only £2bazillion each (starting price which we instantly quarter and work from there) and somehow seems to know your driver?! I didn't think this would be the case with the sleeper bus as this was a public bus, but I did have my doubts when they showed us a picture of a luxury bus with a loo and bunks, and thought, I'll only believe it when I see it. As luck would have it, we did get the luxury ...

Motorbike riding, the loop, coffee and waterfalls!

A travel blog entry by serendipity_


... ourselves a guesthouse and went to eat something. I definitely suggest checking the Jhai Coffee House project! This is a great coffee house (actually more than that) which is run by an adorable couple from US: Janelle and Tyson. They are, quoting their website: ‘the world's first philanthropic coffee roaster and café, investing all profits to fund local children’s sanitary education and clean water projects in Laos.’ Please do check out more details on their website ...


This hostel, located on No 13 Rd, Pakse, is near Phou Asa Mountain.
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