Champa Residence Hotel

Address: P.O. Box 504, No 13 Road, Ban Phonesaad, Pakse, Champasak, 12541, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on P.O. Box 504, No 13 Road, Ban Phonesaad, Pakse, is near Phou Asa Mountain.
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    Travel Blogs from Pakse

    Wat Phu Champasak (Mt Penis)

    A travel blog entry by humberwright on Nov 10, 2014

    53 photos

    ... There were carvings in the stones. A snake, crocodile and elephant. There was also a spring. They just collected the water in a stone container. We had two hours there so didn't have time to go to the museum. We got back in the tuk tuk and headed back to Pakse. When we got back we gave Guy some tips on Luang Prabang as he is going up there after Don Dhet. We went to Pakse Hotel for dinner. Guy's mother had been before ...

    Pakse

    A travel blog entry by sting on Nov 09, 2014

    Was beginning the think these types of buses no longer existed in laos, but I was wrong - the local bus to pakse seemed to stop every kilometer on the 200+ km journey for every person standing on the side of the road with a piece of luggage and a sack of rice looking for a lift. Aircon was promised, but that seemed to only mean the windows opened wide. a punishing 7 hours.
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    Pakse

    A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on May 29, 2014

    7 photos

    ... but the signs say otherwise and common sense concurs, so we sit and chat with everyone over lunch instead (the conversation is great, the food is dreadful – we seem to be struggling to find decent local food since we came down south!) We continue on, the next stop being a weaving village. We’re promised we’ll be able to see the locals weaving using old-fashioned hand looms – instead we get a glorified shop and everyone is asleep inside ...

    I Love Laos

    A travel blog entry by elegibson on May 25, 2014

    10 photos

    ... him into the cave. He lead us to a thin wooden boat made up of three planks and a little motor on a pole hanging off the back. We set off along an underground river that runs seven and a half kilometres through a mountain! We slipped along in the dark through wide, deep lakes where the cave walls reflected perfectly in the still water so that when you looked down you imagined you were flying over enormous underwater valleys. Magical. Also scary if you too your imaginings too ...

    Last bits of Laos with a homestay

    A travel blog entry by amzah on Apr 24, 2014

    14 photos

    ... meal I looked for the place where the ferry takes you to Don Daeng. The guys from the Provincial Tourist Information center said that in Ban Papheng I could take a ferry with my scooter on it. Nobody really speaks English and I forgot to say that I wanted to go to Don Daeng. Instead they brought me to the other side of the mainland. After asking a villager, he showed me the island and went on a ferry again. By the way, it costs around 50.000 Kip. On the ferry I met mr. Wiang and ...