Sinouk Coffee Resort

Lakkhao Village, Thateng-Pakxong Road, Champasak, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Lodge
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Location

This lodge, located on Lakkhao Village, Thateng-Pakxong Road, Champasak, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Champasak

Wat Phu

A travel blog entry by kriso80 on Mar 23, 2014

... shrine, library and palaces. There is also a natural spring that is believed by locals to emit holy water. Older than the great temple complex at Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Wat Phu was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2002. Wat Phu (Vat Phou) Wat Phu is considered one of the oldest archaeological sites in Laos. One temple in the site was constructed around the 5th century but most buildings found in ...

Buddhist festivals and 4000 islands on the Mekong

A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Feb 11, 2014

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... the others to go to Pakse. On the tuk-tuk was a local lady who said that she was going to Champasak as well and told us how much it should be, which made the driver pretty angry. When we arrived at the market where the bus went from we walked around to find it to be told it had gone, very frustrating. The local lady gave up and went away and we asked some of the tuk-tuk drivers for their rates, which were all way too high. We then stumbled on the local bus ...

Going Back in Time

A travel blog entry by ralfthebear on Jan 09, 2014

27 photos

Our first cruise on the Mekong!!!!!!! The BG is as good as her word and has organised our first river cruise on this mighty river. We sailed down river to Champasak, an even sleepier town than Pakse. Champasak was once the capital of Loas when it also included the whole of eastern Thailand. Now it is barely more than a village with ...

Blueprint For Greatness

A travel blog entry by lj.oz on Oct 10, 2013

49 photos

... about three hours at Wat Phou, and were greeted with a surprise when we left.
Jenn spotted it instantly. We had a flat tire on the moto. The road to Wat Phou is sparsely lined with houses, some with business fronts. We stopped and pointed at the tire a few times and always got the same answer, a finger pointing down the road. So I kept pushing the bike along till an old man communicated with his hands to follow him. We did till he pointed to ...

Wet and wild

A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Sep 23, 2013

1 comment, 42 photos

... is all that really mattered. The important thing to know about laos is that there is a country wide curfew of midnight (only recently been extended from 11pm, how exciting!). This means that they partake in an extreme version of the 6 o'clock swill. Highlights of the evening included being forced to eat an entire plate of crickets for everyones amusement (were actually very tasty from memory, but I was very drunk!) and singing karaoke in Chinese without any prompts. The next morning ...