- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews The Cocoon Vang Vieng
Travel Blogs from Vang Vieng
... Jack had brought reef shoes and a torch so we ventured inside till it was pitch black. I can't personally advise sharing 1 torch between 5 whilst caving or wearing $3 fake Havanas that you brought drunk in the middle of the night. The cave was however pretty cool tho and would have had to be nearly 50m high in places. After our incredibly professional attempt at caving we jumped into the tuk tuk back to Vang Vieng town. On the way out to the lagoon I'm pretty sure the driver ...
... and ping pong, so me and Sam played ping pong- he won :( We all sat out in the garden there and chatted, it had stopped raining by this point, so we decided to carry on, we skipped the next few bars as they were sooo close together and we wanted a little go on the river, if everyone stopped and had 1-2 drinks at every bar they would be out of it!!! (Hence the people dying!) So we went for a bit longer and went to another bar, this ...
... group just finishing up and they said they had thoroughly enjoyed their meal so we were sold. I had the Beef Skewers and Claire tried to order locally - Vang Vieng sausage but they had run out and a speedy second order was required so she opted for a chicken burger. Great meals, nice atmosphere and even better company. Off to Vientiane tomorrow so headed back after food to pack via a few local streets to soak in the evening atmosphere. Anthony & ...
... Die chauffeur is stapelzot! Bijna op 3 tegenliggers, 5 brommers, 2 koeien, 7 kippen en 15 kinderen gebotst maar uiteindelijk zijn we er geraakt met niks minder dan een klein verschot in de rug en 3 misselijke meiden (alle Belgen :-)). De putten kon hij ook al niet ontwijken. De airco heeft na de 2e berg niet meer terug opgestaan dus alle ramen open en waaien maar. Een rit van 5h werd bijna 6h en eens aangekomen moeten we nog een tuktuk pakken voor de laatste 2 ...
... our room was overlooking a river, rice fields and mountainous karsts in the background. Unfortunately we both picked up some kind of illness which left us bedridden for half a day each, although at least we had a great view to recover with. However in our moment of need we were kept company by a loyal pooch we called Tonker. He followed us around and came and sat with us on our balcony. If we could have ...