L'hotel Souvannaphoum

Address: Phothisarath Rd. Namphou Square, , Luang Prabang, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Phothisarath Rd. Namphou Square, , Luang Prabang.
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Travel Blogs from Luang Prabang

Two journeys by bus, two by boat

A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Jul 26, 2015

3 comments, 9 photos

... on either side of it, with a tuk-tuk journey round the dam. In conversation with a local boy yesterday, Rick heard that more dams are planned, including one between Muang Khua and Muang Ngoi Neua, and we had passed evidence of a big new bridge being build up stream. These dams will force some villages to move altogether and will devastate the river community which currently exists. The price of progress... It does mean we feel very luck to have been able to do this now, while it is still ...

Wats, rivers and 328 steps

A travel blog entry by teenza on Jun 23, 2015

12 photos

... bags of it which makes for good gifts. The coffee was quite nice and I started drinking it while walking until I burned my tongue so ignored it for a while til it was cooler than lava. It was still cooling when we went for brekky at our hotel. The winner for this buffet brekky was the yogurt, fruit and baguette with jam. The French were good for some things and baguette is one of them. I am very fussy with bread but really enjoy the crusty chewy ...

Laos: Fruit Shakes, Temples and Drugs

A travel blog entry by janlodge on May 18, 2015

11 photos

... is between both aforementioned cities and basically where all backpackers meet to get drunk, go wild and take drugs.


First things first: Although Laos has become an important destination for many backpackers it's still one of the least overrun countries in South-East Asia. You wont find any McDonlads, KFC or Starbucks here and some villages still don't have any electricity, internet or even roads (you have to take the boat to ...

A Little Laos Adventure

A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on May 14, 2015

16 photos

... seemingly randomly along the landscape. They are positioned in clusters and are between one and three metres in diameter, have quite a plain and consistent appearance and hold many secrets- there are still conflicting theories about what they were actually for. Most theories conclude that they were used in burial practices a couple of thousand years ago and the jar size depends on social standing of the deceased or the family size if they were to be buried together. They ...

A little bit of Europe in South East Asia

A travel blog entry by redtilly on Apr 08, 2015

61 photos



We had to come back out of Phonsavan to the intersection so it was more tight twisty, climbing roads but going the other way. There was one hairy moment when a truck coming the other way got a bit close. Neville thought he might have lost his brakes by the way he was driving. Once back at the corner, we turned right andheaded for Luang Prabang. Still more
twisting turning and climbing ...