Anou Paradise Hotel

3 Heng Boun Street, Vientiane, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vientiane

Kayaking to Vientiane

A travel blog entry by kiki1975


The first thing I do in the morning is to go get a new pair of sunglasses for 40,000 kip. I'll need it on the river today. I get picked up at 09:30 by a truck. There are already 10 people on board, 4 Canadian guys, 2 Canadian girls and 4 Swedish guys. We drive for about an hour and a half before we reach the river that we will be kayaking on. …


A travel blog entry by kiki1975


I go to check out all the sights in Vientiane. There aren't that many. I walk to the Victory Monument first. I pay 5,000 to enter and go up to the top. Nice views from up there. After this I walk to Pha That Luang. This golden stupa is the most important national monument in Laos. It is closed for lunch however. I am hungry myself plus have to go …

Unwanted trip to Vientiane.

A travel blog entry by peterprest

... get the visas as quick as possible only to find that it was shut in sundays. After wandering the streets in the hottest place we've come so far we found a descent hostel and settled in. It is merely a toasty 36C and humid! Hopefully we can get the visas in 1 day rather than the usual 3!! ...

VTE to HKT and drama in between

A travel blog entry by hoponholiday


... food is always a bad idea, don't do it. My last day in Phonsavan I was feeling super homesick and scoured my lonely planet for a western option. I got a "cheeseburger" which I regretted immediately. I hardly touched it and when I tried to give it to this sad, dirty, shoeless little boy who was pointing at it, the owner came out and shook a chair at him like a pesky raccoon. Have I mentioned I didn't care for Phonsavan?

Just now there was a man riding ...

The Vertical Runway (Laos)

A travel blog entry by usatexan


... SE Asia has a reputation for overbooking busses and vans. Then they fill them to capacity with cargo and people sitting in every little spot. One guy said he was asked to hold a big box of plasticware one time while riding on a long distance bus. He had to hold it on his lap the entire trip. Although many of the locals were told to hold pieces of cargo, the box he was given was the largest and the last to get dropped off. He was the only foreigner on the trip, coincidence that his ...


This hotel, located on 3 Heng Boun Street, Vientiane, is near Pak Ou Caves, Presidential Palace, Sisaket Temple & Museum, and Vat Phou Temple.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good