Sala Savanh

Address: Savannakhet, Savannakhet, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Savannakhet, Savannakhet, is near Sigiriya (Lion Mountain), Adam's Peak, Kong Lor Cave, and Arugam Bay.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSala Savanh Savannakhet

      Reviewed by retired_robert

      Lovely Faded French Colonial Building

      Reviewed Feb 10, 2012
      by (14 reviews) Edinburgh , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Or a clapped out old hotel that has seen better days. Depends on your mood. Mine's OK so it's a nice old Colonial Building. Rooms are dated but clean. Bathrooms are huge, the shower is HOT. The aircon is not great but the balcony is lovely.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Sala Savanh Savannakhet

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      Travel Blogs from Savannakhet

      Week two. First week of work!

      A travel blog entry by anika.corey on Dec 06, 2014

      20 photos


      With the workshops complete, Tamara and I only popped into the office briefly to say 'hello', and for her ‘goodbye’. The Lao swooned over the baby falang (foreigner). She flew out with baby Rory that afternoon. With my Australian counterparts gone, I was now ready to fend for myself.

      That evening was spent at Lina guesthouse where Yvonne (a German medical specialist in tropic diseases) was having a farewell gathering. Due ...

      The journey begins. Week one.

      A travel blog entry by anika.corey on Nov 27, 2014

      17 photos


      At 4.36am mum popped her head into my bedroom, "you awake sweetie?" It was an early drive to the airport, where both dad and I were catching flights. Dad to Sydney, me to Laos.

      I flew Qantas from Melbourne to Sydney, met Tamara Jackson (Charles Sturt University research fellow) and her eight month old boy Rory, just as boarding was called for the next leg of the journey- Sydney to Bangkok.

      At the carousel in ...

      Off to Laos

      A travel blog entry by steve_m on Nov 20, 2014

      36 photos

      ... arrives on its way to Mukdahan but wont let us on as they say there are not allowed to steal customers from the local companies. Another yellow overnight bus arrives shortly after which we ignore but no other buses are around today. The terrible twins who sell the Bangkok tickets arrive for work and I spend the next 1/2 hour watching the one apply her make-up. They say that you cant polish a **** but credit where credit due, she ...

      Desk Officer Visit

      A travel blog entry by cissygapyear on Feb 05, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... et un axe chinois, nous avons beaucoup de amusement avec ces cadeaux ! Dave qui travaille pour Project Trust est arrivé l’après-midi. Nous avons présenté Kutchum à lui et Nous trois avec Pi Nat, Pi Anne et Mam Sung sommes allés au restaurant assez cher pour Thaïlande pour diner. Lundi matin il a observé notre leçons et parler avec le directeur avant que nous sommes allés au Kutchum Pattana. Après ça nous avons visité l’hôpital où Dave a fait ...

      Big drive followed by more mechanical madness

      A travel blog entry by robartle on Aug 20, 2013

      4 photos

      Day 32

      Very early start at the market in Pak San eating egg and rice noodles while Butch and Princess get tweaked at the mechanic.

      We were aiming for 320km all the way to Savannakhet today and the morning saw us make very good time to another town on the border and banks of the Mekong. We had a terrible lunch that was nothing that we ordered but the weather was good and we continued on. Kim and Vikki swapped bikes for the last stretch in part to make things a ...