Sihom Sabaidy Guesthouse

Address: Ban Lak Sisib, Muang Pakxong, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ban Lak Sisib, Muang Pakxong, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSihom Sabaidy Guesthouse Muang Pakxong

Reviewed by babsworld

Bed bugs!!!

Reviewed Feb 19, 2011
by (13 reviews) Vienna , Austria Flag of Austria

Bed bugs in every bed! Need any more comments? I don't think so

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

TripAdvisor Reviews Sihom Sabaidy Guesthouse Muang Pakxong

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Muang Pakxong

A week of relaxation

A travel blog entry by eloiseanddaniel on Dec 12, 2014

2 photos

Rather than to mess around with plans we just got to Pakse and found where to get the bus to Tad lo, seeing as we had heard such great things about it. Another sweltering 21/2 hour bus ride brought us to the village but it was already dark so we were a little dubious about walking the 2kms, though it was actually all fine. Martin welcomed us to his guesthouse with his gentle smile, and told us that unfortunately there were no longer ...

Bolaven Plateau, Day 1

A travel blog entry by sting on Nov 14, 2014

Got my motorbike from Wang Wang for 40000 kip a day.

Began by riding as far as the Pasuam falls and the 'fake' ethnic village there. Continued on the to Katu Coffee Farm and homestay where my french friends stayed the night. Hung out for an hour to rest then off to the two falls at Tad Lo. Spend the night in the village in a bungalow.

A 115km day in about 7 hours.

Pakse, Laos

A travel blog entry by shayles on May 15, 2014

2 comments, 13 photos

... in Vietnam and Cambodia. at least they are consistent and it helps me appreciate having road rules back home (you will be pleased to hear Cherie :)). but its easier being part of the traffic than trying to navigate/cross it on foot. the other challenge I seem to face all the time is that the roads/lanes will be going in one particular direction but you must always check both directions several times as just because a lane is going in one ...

Mr Koffie

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on May 13, 2014

3 photos

... bigger leaves, rigid leaves, ribbed under surface, looks more like a bush). He talked us through the process by which coffee is made, with an analogy at every turn. He turned the picking, processing, roasting and tasting into, Italian tomato peelers, jacuzzis, and the World Cup. He had a nice way promoting personal taste over opinion on everything from UKIP to LFC. The tour took us past a new home under construction where the owner invited us in for a few shots ...

Bolaven Plateau & Tad Fane Waterfall

A travel blog entry by kriso80 on Mar 21, 2014

Bolaven Plateau in southern Laos is famous for its great scenery, ethnic villages and unexplored corners. It's probably best known for being home to some of Southeast Asia's most spectacular waterfalls including Tad Fane and Dong Hua Sao (aka Taat Fang). The plateau's elevation ranges approximately from 1,000 to 1,350 metres above sea level and here the weather in general is milder than the rest of the ...