Don Chan Palace

Address: Unit 6 Piawat Village, Sisattanak District, Vientiane, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Unit 6 Piawat Village, Sisattanak District, Vientiane, is near Pak Ou Caves, Sisaket Temple & Museum, Presidential Palace, and Wat Mixay.
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    Travel Blogs from Vientiane

    Vang Vieng/Vientiene

    A travel blog entry by hallyb on Oct 20, 2015

    ... outside our hotel and we all got on the bus together. We were the last ones on the bus so it was quiet busy, we had to sit on the weird aisle seats but I didn't mind because it was only a 4 hour drive. Anyway half way through some people got off and me and rose could move to the front anyway in proper seats. The driver was funny and made me make a few phone calls for him, we also met this English woman who lives in ...

    Laos continues then back to Thailand :)

    A travel blog entry by tonipercy on Oct 04, 2015

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    ... Namkahn river. Expensive place for Laos but served delicious cocktails and pizza. And the yoga wasn't bad! Nok, our guide took us for an evening walk to the town centre to familiarise us with the town. We had a meal as a group then Andrea and I spent some time looking around the handicrafts market. Some very beautiful things to purchase. I had to keep asking myself "would I use / wear this at home?". I was really keen to get up for alms at 5.30am. The ...

    "Buddhism" (sorry for the controversy)

    A travel blog entry by lianerose on Aug 21, 2015

    ... are equal, there is not really an excuse to treat them as tools for money-making.

    Why is it that monks are walking around with smartphones and have motorbikes, and they leave food inside the temples in front of inanimate statues that have no need for it, and yet every temple has starving cats and dogs rooting in the garbage?? And why do they find it really funny when I buy some food to give to these cats and dogs? Today I saw a tiny cat so thin you could ...

    Sightseeing food and too many beers

    A travel blog entry by teenza on Jun 29, 2015

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    ... and wander in to the bakery for a yummy drink and pastry from the same place we had lunch yesterday. In the evening we went over to the restaurant next door and ordered drinks while waiting for Ian and Lar to arrive to take us out for dinner. Jenny and I had Mojitos which were delicious. We all piled in the back of Ian's car and drive along the edge of the river on a nice bumpy road to a restaurant that overlooks the river. We ordered lots ...

    And then we fell in love with Laos

    A travel blog entry by rebecca.white on Apr 20, 2015

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    ... day. Laos clearly doesn't have flat areas, at least not in the national park. Uphill walking is really not my cup of tea, especially when with a group of what I assume were semi-professional hikers/hill-runners who (I kid you not) sprinted up these mountains with me still hyperventilating at the bottom. I can only hope the second guide didn't understand much English with the complaints I was making. My lesson learned, I will ALWAYS travel with Gin if we ...