The Imperial Golden Triangle Resort
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... experience don't actually see any, so we felt blessed to see them on our second day. After breakfast, which was mainly rice, it was time for exploring as we made our way to the other tree houses, which meant more zip lining which we didn't complain about. Some which were 400 metres long. We had tons of fun and in the afternoon we went back to our little house for lunch, more rice! After lunch we were in for a real treat as we got to see more gibbons, 8 ...
We woke bright and early and headed next door to the gibbon office with our bags ready to go. Ollie and Shaun already there, we put our bags into storage and took with us our small rucksacks with the essentials. We then watched a short video about the gibbons and zip wire safety, met the rest of our group 5 Swedish boys all friends travelling together and then boarded the truck and went on our way. We drove for a ...
9th October 2014 After the remainder of the journey we checked in to our "guesthouse" or prison as it may have been better described. The rooms were laid out like cell block H, with the padlocks I secure the rooms on the outside - a bit strange knowing the somebody could lock you in from the outside! Strength in numbers we soon made friends with our journeymen Jonny & Sarah, fellow Brits who ...
... accommodation in Pak Beng: the Phetsokxai Hotel after a short walk up from the riverside. Initial views of the village were that it was very basic and relied on a mixture of tradition and newly introduced tourism. Many people seem to have opened their homes to tourists heading to and from Luang Prubang in the form of home-stays and restaurants. The most surprising thing to see though was the French influence we had been told about. This was evident through ...
... got in the truck to drive to the river, got a speed boat ride to Golden Triangle, walked to viewpoint & market, had a walk around for about 30 mins, then drove up to lookout to see where the 3 countries (Thailand, Laos & Myanmar) meet. Drove back down and visited the Opium museum, then drove to a restaurant along the highway heading back to the hotel for dinner.