Champasak Grand Hotel

Address: Lao Nippon Bridge Mekong Riverside Road, Pakse, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lao Nippon Bridge Mekong Riverside Road, Pakse, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Paske to Champasak-Day 111

      A travel blog entry by eiry on Nov 03, 2014

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      Getting to Champasak round 2!!! We woke up early at 6.45am to take advantage of the buffet breakfast before our bus at 8am. Nathan had 3 omelettes with toast and Eiry had her fruit. But we were surrounded by a million Chinese people all going on a trip today! After filling up, we headed back to the room to pack and then down to reception for our pick up. We didn't have to wait long at reception before our pick up. A man arrived on a 3 wheeler motorbike. ...


      A travel blog entry by jmess90 on Jun 02, 2014

      ... group of us walked to the local market to experience the local way of life. It was a massive market which sold anything and everything you needed. Literally you name it, they had it! We headed back and i wasn't feeling too great again so i had a cheeky little mid morning nap before sorting myself out, booking bus tickets etc. I sat outside to get some fresh air and there was lots of people there chatting and talking about what they had done in Laos so it helped ...


      A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on May 29, 2014

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      ... it’s probably better during wet season) and the ethnic village is highly contrived with more hard sell. Very poor really. We jump in the van and head back, most of us unimpressed with the tour. Would a guide have made any difference? Maybe, but a combination of laziness and blatant sales opportunities spoilt the whole day generally (with a few exceptions as noted). The Bolavan Plateau is supposed to be an amazing place and we’ve learned very little ...

      I Love Laos

      A travel blog entry by elegibson on May 25, 2014

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      ... flip flops were first required only about a quarter of the way into our journey. Our driver attempted to launch his poor little boat up a large step in the rock over which the river flowed. I'm not sure what usually happens when he does this...perhaps he'd miscalculated the weight of the two large 'falang' on board. Either way, the boat crunched to a halt half way, balanced precariously with the front end home and (relatively) dry while the entire river gushed directly ...

      Mr Koffie

      A travel blog entry by paul_emma on May 13, 2014

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      ... Plateau, at altitude it has become famous for it's organic coffee. Previously it formed part of the Ho Chi Minh Trail. You can complete a 6 day bike tour of the plantations, waterfalls and rurality - The Boomerang as its known in the LP. With our Visa's running out and a 4000 island hammock calling we opted for just a day, smack bang at its centre.

      We cruised through dusty roads, lined with stalls selling Jack & Durian fruits, Pineapple and sugar ...