Hotel Lao

Address: No. 53/9 Hengboun Road, Haisoke Village, Vientiane, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on No. 53/9 Hengboun Road, Haisoke Village, Vientiane, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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        Travel Blogs from Vientiane

        Laos continues then back to Thailand :)

        A travel blog entry by tonipercy on Oct 04, 2015

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        ... t stay in long as it was so cold. In the grounds of the waterfall is a rescue place for 25 Moon Bears and one Sun Bear. Many of the Bears won't be able to be released back into the wild as they are too humanised and will be easier to poach once more. Very sad! I stood and watched the Bears for ages. Could have stayed all day. Did a really good yoga class that night (had been missing yoga) and then Andrea, Chelsea, Cam and I went out for dinner then cocktails ...

        Half day tour around Vientiane

        A travel blog entry by sallye on Sep 06, 2015

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        ... Talad Sai shopping centre. The cope centre is a must see - it is for orthotics and prosthetics (o and p) which helps the thousands who are still treading on US cluster bombs in the countryside. The museum shows video footage and lots of photos about what the U.S. did, which considering Lao was considered neutral in the 1960s was quite ...

        "Buddhism" (sorry for the controversy)

        A travel blog entry by lianerose on Aug 21, 2015

        ... re probably not all like this, but the general attitude towards animals in this part of the world needs to change. It really shocks me that they're still using elephants for work and that this is a tourist attraction - elephants are very intelligent animals and they are also wild animals. And seriously, elephant rides?? Why are they still an OK thing to do?

        There are worse things happening than all this though. All the horrible things you hear about China ...

        Vientiane

        A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Mar 10, 2015

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        We flew from Mandalay to the Don Muang regional airport in Bangkok which was effortless compared to some of the other transport options we've endured. Thailand has free-on-arrival visas which is completely brilliant, so again, effortless. The airport is connected to the train station by an enclosed walkway, effortless encore du temps (feel free to correct my French). In 2 minutes we purchased 2 berths on the overnight train to Nong Khai (at the Laos border), easy. ...

        Vientiane

        A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on Feb 10, 2015

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        ... the night market, before finding a place next to our hotel to grab some food. Amelia had some crispy pork belly and papaya salad, I had a chocolate and banana pancake from down the road, as the sandwich I ate in Vang Vieng was still sat heavily in my stomach. We went back to our hotel for a 'quick' shower and bed. The shower turned out to be one of the best showers we've had in SEA! It's simple things like a hot powerful shower that you ...