Lao Plaza Hotel

Address: 63 Samsenethai Road, PO Box 6703, Vientiane, 0100, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 63 Samsenethai Road, PO Box 6703, Vientiane, is near Pak Ou Caves, Sisaket Temple & Museum, Presidential Palace, and Wat Mixay.
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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Vientiane

        Laos continues then back to Thailand :)

        A travel blog entry by tonipercy on Oct 04, 2015

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        ... architecture with Buddhist temples. Along broad boulevards and tree-lined streets are many shrines including Wat Si Saket, which features thousands of Buddha images, and Wat Si Muang, built on a Hindu shrine. Patuxai (literally meaning Victory Gate or Gate of Triumph) is a war monument in the centre of town which was built between 1957 and 1968. The Patuxai is dedicated to those who fought in the struggle for independence from France. It is also called ...

        Exploring Vientiane in the hot sun

        A travel blog entry by daniel.wise on Aug 04, 2015

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        We handed over our visa forms at the Lao border and got through immigration without issue. After using several modes of public transport we arrived at our hotel in a nice area of Vientiane near lots of interesting shops, bars and restaurants. Vientiane lies along the Mekong river so we walked along the embankment for a while but at 4pm the direct sun was still so hot we cut back into the city streets to find some ...


        A travel blog entry by abeanabroad on Jun 12, 2015

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        ... important religious building in Laos, although it looked as though it could use some doing up with parts of the gold stupa more green than gold... On our way out we saw a restaurant advertising pizza and natural cheese so we stopped for some long overdue lunch. We decided a tuk tuk would be a rip off to go back to the centre and instead walked to the main road through the city. It's modelled on the Champs ...


        A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Mar 10, 2015

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        ... move comfortably and the hustle of a lot of other places is absent. Tuk-tuk drivers will open one sleepy eye and ask if you need a ride, there is no pushiness in their voices and they have a smile to give when one says in one's best Canadian, “No thank you, just walking.” Drenched in sweat in the significant heat we marched with backpacks stuck to our soaking shirts in search of our place to sleep (not owning a tuk-tuk to sleep in). We ended up in ...


        A travel blog entry by dandalessandro on Feb 20, 2015

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        ... styled street cafés and watch the word go by, sipping coffee or a Laos beer. Wat's line the streets, and monks wander around with their royal orange robes blowing in the breeze, 4 wheel trucks and Japanese cars with custom paint jobs cruise by, and the city is a pleasant mix of old a new. Old power-lines clog the skyline and the smell of sewage wafts past when the breeze blows the right (or wrong way) many different Indo-Chinese cultures seem to mix with little tension and ...