Maly Hotel

Address: 24, Muangphouane Ban Phonsa aat, Phonsavan, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 24, Muangphouane Ban Phonsa aat, Phonsavan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Phonsavan

      Vang Vieng and the Plain of Jars

      A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Mar 15, 2015

      1 comment, 57 photos

      ... for thousands of square kilometres. A weird side note is that the secret airstrip built by the CIA is still there and the town has grown around its gaping expanse.

      Two days later we were in another van. This time we were headed to Phonsavan, the small town near the world heritage site we wanted to see called the Plain of Jars. Two of the young women in the van were hating life and filling plastic bags, but I, oh dear reader, was serene in ...

      Plain of Jars

      A travel blog entry by cleotup on Mar 06, 2015

      ... centre and an electric cart to take you up the hill. Small cave where the villagers sheltered during the bombing. Down hill, two local girls were dressing in traditional costume to take photos. Up hill and back down. As we walked up,another group arrived. Other than that , we saw very few other tourists. Back about 3ish then visited Mr Lue Han for another massage. Swapped over this time-was ...

      The Plain of Jars

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Feb 19, 2015

      1 comment, 5 photos

      They are, literally, jars. They exist only here and in parts of Indonesia and NE India. They almost certainly originated as burial chambers but human remains have been found both inside and outside the jars. In Phonsavan there is also the addition of a cave where cremations rather than burials seem to have taken place. The jars are 3000 years old.

      Which is about the age Liza and I feel now. The jars are roughly 10km outside of ...

      Having a hard time getting past this

      A travel blog entry by wine2nite on Dec 15, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... really for, no one knows. The current theory is that they were used for burial. How they got them up these big hills, is a mystery as there are hundreds of them. They think each jar belonged to a family and when someone died, they were buried in the jar (with a lid). When they were ashes, they removed the bones and re-buried them in a small plot next to the jar. They have found bones and artifacts around the area, so assume that is the story. ...

      The Mysterious Plain Of Jars

      A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Nov 26, 2014

      28 photos

      ... had a squat toilet as there was the step up which normally you have for squats. What replaced it was a normal western toilet which was hard to sit on as you had to step up to the toilet seat but then your back was against the sink. The shower was fine enough but the door being wooden was rotted through on the bottom, obviously not water proofed in any way. I settled into my room waiting for the time to meet the man from earlier and all I could hear were the people in the rooms ...