Athena Hotel

Ban Pabad, City Centre, Pakse, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pakse

Last bits of Laos with a homestay

A travel blog entry by amzah


... little English that he knows and my little knowledge of Lao language I could make clear that I was looking for a family that do homestays. He could help me so I was happy. For the people that are unfamiliar with a homestay, basically you join a family in a local village for one or multiple nights, eat with them and interact with them for a small price. Just to experience how life is with a Lao family in a small village. All proceeds go to the family so you know that your money is ...

Pakse and the Bolaven Plateau

A travel blog entry by natandross


... villages - it was really impressive stuff and we were given the full lowdown whilst enjoying the local coffee bean (arabica). We also tried to goad Nat into drinking coffee, albeit a iced version, to no avail.

We moved onto the two final waterfalls, Tad Yuang (where you could swim) and Tad Fane (enormous drop), both of which were very different, as the photos show and finished the tour by having lunch in sight of Tad Fane. You may ask why did we go to five waterfalls, ...

Homestays, hassles and hammocks

A travel blog entry by sarzmc


... which we accepted, then shared their sticky rice, spicy fish, pumpkin and weird pea-like cooked plant. We tried to ask about a boat to get to a nearby waterfall but we didn’t get far so decided to try again in the morning. We walked back down to the river and sat just admiring the lovely view. Despite the situation, it was a lovely spot. I had been thinking the boys would stay up late drinking, but surprisingly they went to bed at 7pm! We found the filthy but serviceable ...

Motorbike riding, the loop, coffee and waterfalls!

A travel blog entry by serendipity_


... I am not going to go into any unnecessary details, but evening was rather terrible! Ms. Noy made some delicious, fresh curry, which in normal circumstances I would easily gobble down. But I hardly had a couple of forks and felt that my stomach got tightened by some unknown forces. I figured it must have been the combination of some dodgy sandwich for breakfast, motorbike riding stress, 2 coffees on empty stomach and voila! I was screwed! Went to bed at 8 or 9pm and the game was over ...

Pass on pakse

A travel blog entry by hdadventures

Well we arrived safely here after another flight on laos airlines, unfortunately this flight had a brand new plane as this was the route that crashed just 3 months ago, I have to admit to feeling a little apprehensive, as solemn as getting on the plane I thought of the people in the accident.

We arrived and soon realised Pakse has not much to offer, although it is Laos' 3rd largest city (pop 50k), apart from karaoke bars ...

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This hotel, located on Ban Pabad, City Centre, Pakse, is near Phou Asa Mountain.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding