Chittavanh Hotel

Address: #7 Road, Phonsavan, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on #7 Road, Phonsavan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Phonsavan

Heading to the plain of jars

A travel blog entry by nevilledonna on Oct 28, 2015

... of the site. The burial jars were huge and were apparently used to let the bodies melt down before cremation of the remains. A fascinating place. Met up with an Aussie guy who had travelled 10000 km on a Vietnamese bike. We saw Will from Alice again the next day at site 3, which I preferred to site 1 because you had to walk through rice paddies to get to it, and the jars were more tightly packed under ...

Down By The River

A travel blog entry by alec_soper on Aug 16, 2015

25 photos

... shut when we turned up, so we postponed it for a day. I think we went to bed after eating and drinking there.

On Friday we had went up Phou Si, a big old hill that has great views overlooking the surrounding area. It was yet another hot day, so by the time we got to the top we were sweaty messes. It wasn't even a hard climb! The view was good, but we didn't hang around the top much. We went down via another path, and saw a little cave, and Buddha's footprint.
Our ...

Powerful History in Phonsavan

A travel blog entry by ambulantali on Jun 20, 2015

53 photos

... landings. It has been estimated that a plane load of bombs was dropped every 8 minutes over the period of 9 years. Aside from the devastation that they caused at the time, they are still a daily danger, with up to 30% of them having never exploded, and therefore leaving vast numbers of UXOs (Unexploded Ordnance) scattered across the country. Over 30,000 people have died and another 20,000 injured by UXOs since the end of the war. The most common kind were cluster bombs, a huge ...

Vang Vieng and the Plain of Jars

A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Mar 15, 2015

1 comment, 57 photos

... they cannot stray far from their doting mechanics, and you get to listen to sappy pop music for the duration of your incarceration. The 6 hour ride over the mountains from Tham Kong Lo back to Vientiane was epic, but we suffered no upheaval of the mechanical or stomach kind.

Next morning we were back at it, this time in a van. It was to be 4 hours over more torturous mountains to the one time party haven of Vang Vieng. It was tough, but we ...

Plain of Jars

A travel blog entry by cleotup on Mar 06, 2015

... centre and an electric cart to take you up the hill. Small cave where the villagers sheltered during the bombing. Down hill, two local girls were dressing in traditional costume to take photos. Up hill and back down. As we walked up,another group arrived. Other than that , we saw very few other tourists. Back about 3ish then visited Mr Lue Han for another massage. Swapped over this time-was ...